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Ayesha Curry’s Comfort Television | The Atlantic

On Family Food Fight, a new show hosted and executive-produced by the restaurateur Ayesha Curry, cooking is competitive, but it’s...

On Family Food Fight, a new show hosted and executive-produced by the restaurateur Ayesha Curry, cooking is competitive, but it’s not a ruthless game. The ABC series pits four families against one another each week, with one group being eliminated and the others claiming their spot at the show’s official competition tables. The remaining families will compete for a $100,000 prize. Along the way, they prepare long-held recipes, bicker about culinary responsibilities, and banter with the show’s judges.

[Featured Image: There are no cutthroat scenes, no Gordon Ramsay–esque yells, and no uncontrollable meltdowns on Family Food Fight.ERIC MCCANDLESS / ABC]

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