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Chopped Junior season 4

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13 episodes (396 views)

Air weekdate:Tuesday Cast:Ted Allen Genre:Food Channel:Food Network Status:Continuing

8 (1 votes)

Chopped Junior season 4 episodes list:

Episode #1: Cup of Glee (air date: 2016-08-09)

Chefs Maneet Chauhan and Andrew Gruel and actress Meghan Markle preside over a competition that begins with a three and a half-pound peanut butter cup and a too-hot griddle that creates problems for one of the young chefs. An enviable cut of pork and a strong-flavored candy are two of the gifts in the entree basket, then the finalists take on a gooey skillet of pink sweetness along with a healthy, crunchy snack in the dessert round.

Episode #2: Nest Test (air date: 2016-08-16)

The young competitors hatch a plan for what to do with a "birds' nest" in the first basket, which is actually a common dish in disguise. Then, in the entree round, the chefs learn a new word for a specific type of chicken and must hustle to get it cooked through. The two finalists have similar ideas for killer kiwi desserts, but will the judges -- singer Austin Mahone, cookbook author Raquel Pelzel and chef Aaron Sanchez -- love their dishes equally?

Episode #3: Nugget? Fuhgettaboutit! (air date: 2016-08-23)

Chefs Kenny Gilbert and Geoffrey Zakarian and actress Mae Whitman rule the judging table for this round of culinary competition! First, some of the young cooks are not fans of the kid-favorite chicken nuggets found in the appetizer basket. Then, will the junior chefs have the experience to properly cook the delicate bay scallops from the entree basket? The end of the round prompts some unprecedented cooperation among the competitors, then in the dessert round, a hybrid fruit and some Mesozoic candies make for a fun time.

Episode #4: Donut Sweat It (air date: 2016-09-27)

Savory meets sweet, and all is awesome! The junior chefs find something called an "everything donut" in the appetizer basket, which they must make work with a pickled pork product. Cooking venison is a new experience for some of the junior chefs in the entree round, then a competitor makes a bold move in the final seconds of the dessert round. It's up to the judges -- chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and David Guas and NFL player DeMarcus Ware -- to decide if it was a smart choice

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Episode #5: Bug Bites (air date: 2016-11-01)

Creepy-crawly kabobs in the first basket kick things off on an adventurous note -- will the junior chefs find a good way to incorporate the bites of crunchy protein? In the entree round, the kids are happy to get fish fillets and a colorful cereal. Then, the young cooks must find creative ways to use some little sprinkles and a giant egg in their desserts. The judging panel features actors David Arquette and Jake Smollett and chef Scott Conant.

Episode #6: Thanks Kidding (air date: 2016-11-15)

Four confident young cooks set out to make judges Alex Guarnaschelli, Sandra Lee and Laura Vitale a spectacular Thanksgiving meal. Pumpkin pie comes first as one of the mystery ingredients for the appetizer round. There's no turkey in the entree basket, but there are a lot of other traditional flavors. Then, some adorable cupcakes are at the center of a goody-filled final basket.

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Episode #7: Fries Wise (air date: 2016-11-29)

Ground beef and curly fries are familiar enough appetizer ingredients, but can the kid cooks stay focused enough to make creative choices and technically-excellent dishes? The junior chefs see seafood inside the second basket, then a cookie cup stuffed with something surprising must be incorporated in desserts. The judging panel features YouTube personality Justine "iJustine" Ezarik, food writer Alison Roman and chef Marcus Samuelsson

Episode #8: Yay Holidays! (air date: 2016-12-06)

'Tis the season for good times in the Chopped Junior Kitchen! The junior chefs are challenged to make a holiday meal for the judges, chefs Sandra Lee, Marc Murphy and Christian Petroni. The feast begins with duck and veggie appetizers, then stockings and wreaths made from common foods create a festive feel in the entree round. Finally, a lot of whimsy and sugar in the dessert basket keep the last two culinary elves happy and busy

Episode #9: Got Elk? (air date: 2016-12-20)

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger joins chefs Jet Tila and Aarón Sánchez to judge three rounds, beginning with appetizers made with a cheesy sandwich. Then, entrées are prepared with a root vegetable and a sweet Latin treat. Finally, baskets include a whimsical watermelon dessert.

Episode #10: Hot Potato, Not Potato (air date: 2016-12-27)

Ground beef and chocolate present a dilemma for the competitors in Round 1. When making entrées, they are faced with an ingredient that looks like a giant baked potato, but is not. Finally, a patriotic potpourri of items are found in the dessert basket.

Episode #11: Lemon Meringue Why? (air date: 2017-01-03)

Radio host Angie Martinez, actress Chelsea Peretti and chef Geoffrey Zakarian judge the chefs on their appetizers made with wildfire lettuce and fluke. Then, the kid competitors find unique ways to incorporate lemon meringue pie in their entrées. Finally, baking and ice cream are part of the plan for the final two in the dessert round.

Episode #12: Pinwheel Meals (air date: 2017-01-10)

In the appetizer round, the young cooks get to find out if bok choy tastes better with bacon. An old-fashioned "pinwheel" protein stirs things up in the entree round. And cottage cheese for dessert? The junior chefs attempt to find a place for it in their final plates. Actress Maia Mitchell and chefs Marc Murphy and Luke Thomas serve as judges

Episode #13: Chia Frets (air date: 2017-01-17)

At an age when many kids have never even tasted lamb, the junior chefs competing must create dishes with it in round one. A creamy soup and a pretty pasta are two of the entree basket ingredients that the young cooks must conquer. Then, the judges -- chef Amanda Freitag, actor David Alan Grier and TV host Brandi Milloy -- fret over the gray color of the chia pudding in the dessert basket.

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