Cooking Under Fire

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Cooking Under Fire is a documentary-style series featuring 12 contestants in a traveling cooking competition in four cities in the United States. Judges were Ming Tsai, Michael Ruhlman and Todd English. The show was produced through WGBH.[1][2]

The winner, Katie Hagan-Whelchel, was given a chef position at one of Todd English's New York City restaurants.[3] The show aired for one season.


  1. ^ Gilbert, Matthew (April 27, 2005). Stale ingredients spoil PBS's 'Cooking'. Boston Globe
  2. ^ Staff report (May 8, 2005). 'Cooking Under Fire' comes off with no sizzle. Miami Herald
  3. ^ Wood, Virginia B. (July 22, 2005. Food-o-File. Austin Chronicle

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