Battle of the Decades “Diner Days” S1E4 September 6 2023 on Food Network
Tonight (Wednesday September 6 2023), Food Network broadcasts an episode of the series Battle of the Decades!
Diner Days Season 1 Episode 4 Episode Summary
In this episode, viewers will be treated to a blast from the past as Jennie Garth, the star of the iconic 1993 show “90210,” joins Jonathan Bennett to celebrate all things ’90s. With a fruity drink in hand and dunkable cookies on the menu, the episode promises a delightful trip down memory lane filled with flavors that evoke the spirit of the era.
But the culinary excitement doesn’t stop there. In a test of skill and innovation, the chefs take on the challenge of creating trendy tiny foods that pack big flavor. As they experiment with miniature versions of popular dishes, the competition heats up as they vie to impress both the judges and viewers with their bite-sized creations.
As the competition unfolds, two chefs will go head-to-head in a final showdown where they’ll mix things up and demonstrate their culinary prowess.
What Time is the “Diner Days” Episode On?
The Diner Days episode of Battle of the Decades will be broadcast on September 6 2023 on Food Network at 10:00 PM at ET/PT.
Is the “Diner Days” Episode New?
The Diner Days episode of Battle of the Decades is all new!
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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.|