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World of Wonder, Food Network set to plate vegan-friendly food competition

Food Network and Discovery+ have announced more details about a new culinary competition series launching this summer built around satisfying a variety of tastes, It’s CompiPlated. The previously announced series premieres ...
June 30, 2022

Food Network and Discovery+ have announced more details about a new culinary competition series launching this summer built around satisfying a variety of tastes, It’s CompiPlated.

The previously announced series premieres on August 11 on Food Network and streaming on Discovery+ and is hosted by vegan foodie and New York Times best-selling author Tabitha Brown. It’s produced by World of Wonder for Food Network and Discovery+.

Each episode finds four chefs competing in three rounds of cooking challenges to create dishes that will please judge Maneet Chauhan (Chopped) and a rotating panel of guest judges, each with a particular palate and specific food requirements. From Southern foods prepared using only plant-based ingredients and to an Instagram-worthy dinner party without fruits or vegetables, the chefs try to prove they can make delicious food under any circumstance.

It’s CompliPlated reflects what it’s actually like to make a meal the whole family will love — it’s not easy to make one dish for everyone and this series makes it fun,” said Jane Latman, president, home & food content and streaming for Warner Bros. Discovery said in a release. “Tabitha Brown’s energy, sense of humor and real-life journey to becoming vegan make her the perfect host to take us on this adventure.”

Added Brown: “Becoming vegan changed my life and the way I cook — and I know folks can relate to the daily challenge of making the whole family happy with one meal, so we decided to make a game of it.”

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