Battle of the Decades “Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s” S1E2 August 23 2023 on Food Network

Tonight (Wednesday August 23 2023), Food Network broadcasts an episode of the series Battle of the Decades!

Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s Season 1 Episode 2 Episode Summary

In this episode, the charismatic Jonathan Bennett leads the way as he transports both contestants and viewers back to the year 1994. Accompanied by guest judge Wayne Knight, the chefs are tasked with a unique challenge: creating elevated dishes that incorporate ’90s foods and pay homage to an iconic grill. Get ready for a culinary showdown that combines nostalgia with gourmet flair.

As the competition heats up, the chefs find themselves facing the challenge of reimagining beloved ’90s ingredients and flavors into sophisticated dishes. Among the hurdles they encounter, the competitors tackle the task of crafting accordion potatoes and mastering the classic beef Wellington. It’s a battle that tests their culinary skills, creativity, and ability to put a modern twist on the flavors of the past.

What Time is the “Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s” Episode On?

The Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s episode of Battle of the Decades will be broadcast on August 23 2023 on Food Network at 10:00 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s” Episode New?

The Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s episode of Battle of the Decades is all new!

Battle of the Decades Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Jonathan Bennett

Lean, Mean, Grilling ’90s Episode Videos & Previews

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Battle of the Decades Series Information

Jonathan Bennett hosts teams consisting of two chefs from different generations as they tackle a series of challenges that require them to incorporate popular ingredients and gadgets from the past, as well as master viral food trends and classic dishes. A rotating panel of judges, and several celebrity guest judges, will determine whether the competitors are worthy of staying in the contest. Throughout the competition, the chefs aim to bridge the generational gap with their unique approach and techniques. From utilizing Snoopy Sno-Cone machines to baking with Easy-Bake Ovens, the competitors have to navigate challenges inspired by 1950s gelatin molds and savory Jell-O salads, as well as modern dishes like accordion potatoes and fluffy Japanese soufflé pancakes. The members of the last team standing then go head-to-head against each other in an old school vs. new school match-up to see which chef walks away with $10,000.

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