It features two chefs competing to solve the real-life cooking dilemma of an audience member by making as many dishes as possible in only 20 minutes.
The catch? Competing cooks have only four ingredients to start with and are thrown a surprise item in the middle of the food fight.
Host Marc Silverstein says the chefs get into heated confrontations and admits its his job to stir the pot.
The idea sounds similar to Iron Chef but Silverstein claims his show is completely different because chefs are also judged on how well they impart their knowledge to the audience.
Silverstein knows what hes talking about. Hes taped 40 shows and says hes learned so much he cant stop cooking.
Go Ahead, Make My Dinner debuts Monday (Jun. 27) on the Discovery Channel.
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