“The Chef Show” brings the actor/director (Favreau) and award-winning chef (Choi) together again for the first time since “Chef,” their critically acclaimed 2014 big-screen comedy. In the new Netflix show, premiering June 7, Favreau and Choi embark on all new food-centric adventures, both in the kitchen and on the road, experimenting with recipes, cooking techniques, and collaborating with guest stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Robert Downey Jr., Tom Holland, and Bill Burr.
Other big chefs and foodie folks show up on the loose-format program too, including David Chang and renowned Texas pitmaster Aaron Franklin, who shows Choi and Favs how to smoke a brisket, Texas style. A passion project for both, Favreau and Choi embrace their shared love of food and bringing folks together over a delicious meal.
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“The Chef Show” premiers on June 7, with a slate of episodes that include dinner in Atlanta with the “Avengers” cast, a heartfelt tribute to LA food writing icon Jonathan Gold, and the aforementioned Aaron Franklin, sharing secrets for his famous Franklin Barbecue brisket.
See a trailer for The Chef Show below and check out the full episode guide.
“The Chef Show” is executive produced and directed by Jon Favreau. Roy Choi and Annie Johnson also serve as executive producers. For additional information visit media.netflix.com.
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