Food Feuds

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Food Feuds
Genre Food Reality
Presented by Michael Symon
Country of origin United States United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Production
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 25 minutes
Release
Original network Food Network
Original release October 10, 2010 (2010-10-10) – present
External links
[www.foodnetwork.com/food-feuds/index.html Website]

Food Feuds is a weekly series hosted by Iron Chef Michael Symon that premiered on Food Network October 10, 2010. The show features food rivalries or "feuds" between local restaurants in cities around the United States.

Synopsis[edit]

In each episode Michael Symon travels from city to city to settle some of the most famous food rivalries/feuds in the country. Symon visits both establishments, see how the specialties are prepared, tries both dishes up for the challenge, then talks with local food critics and fans to help him decide who should win. At the end, a final critique of the specialty is conducted by Symon himself, the only judge. He bases the food on three criteria: appearance, taste, and overall product while both challengers stand by to find out if they will receive the Food Feud trophy and be crowned the champion.

Episodes[edit]

Food Feuds premiered on October 10, 2010, with two back-to-back episodes that premiered at 10:00 and 10:30 pm EST. New episodes currently air on Thursday nights at 10:00 pm EST.

Note: The pilot episode debuted on Food Network and aired on Friday, June 4, 2010 at 10:30 pm ET/PT.

Season 1 (2010)[edit]

Ep. # Airdate Title Rivalry/Feud Specialty Location Winner
1.1 June 4, 2010 Feuds on a Roll Al's #1 Italian Beef vs. Mr. Beef Italian Beef Chicago, Illinois Al's #1 Italian Beef
-- -- -- American Coney Island vs Lafayette Coney Island Coney Island Hot Dog Detroit, Michigan American Coney Island
In this pilot episode, Michael Symon travels to Chicago, Illinois to taste test Al's #1 Beef against cross-town rival Mr. Beef to decide which serves the city's best Italian Beef sandwich. Then Symon is off to Detroit, Michigan to a settle a 93-year-old family feud of who serves the best "coney dog".
1.2 October 10, 2010 Cheesy Feud Pat's vs Geno's Steaks Philly Cheesesteak Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pat's
-- -- -- Elieen's vs Junior's New York-style Cheesecake New York City, New York Junior's
Geno's owner Joey Vento died of a heart attack at age 71 on August 23, 2011.[1]
1.3 October 14, 2010 Italian Feuds Villa Di Roma vs. Ralph's Meatballs Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Villa Di Roma
-- -- -- Regina's Pizzeria vs Santarpio's Neapolitan-style Pizza Boston, Massachusetts Regina's Pizzeria
1.4 October 21, 2010 Seafood Feud Woodman's vs. JT Farnham's Fried Clams Essex, Massachusetts JT Farnham's
-- -- -- Luke's Lobster vs Ed's Lobster Bar Lobster Roll New York City, New York Ed's Lobster Bar
1.5 October 28, 2010 Cake Feuds Faidley's vs. Gretrude's Crab Cakes Baltimore, Maryland

Faidley's

-- -- -- Ladybird vs Cupcake Stop Red Velvet Cupcake New York City, New York Cupcake Stop
1.6 November 4, 2010 American Food Feuds White Manna vs. White Mana Sliders Hackensack, New Jersey & Jersey City, New Jersey White Manna
-- -- -- White House vs Belgrade Gardens Barberton Chicken Barberton, Ohio Belgrade Gardens
1.7 November 18, 2010 Pork Feuds John's Roast Pork vs. Tony Luke's Italian Roast Pork Sandwich Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Tony Luke's
-- -- -- Pappy's Smokehouse vs. 17th St. Bar & Grill Barbeque Pork Ribs St. Louis, Missouri 17th St. Bar & Grill
1.8 December 2, 2010 Beef Feuds Swensons vs Skyway Juicy Double Cheeseburger Akron, Ohio Swensons
-- -- -- Tracey's vs. Parkway Bakery & Tavern Po'Boy Sandwich New Orleans, Louisiana Tracey's
1.9 December 30, 2010 Sweet Feuds Graeter's vs. Aglamesis Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Cincinnati, Ohio Graeter's
-- -- -- Park Ave Coffee vs Gooey Louie Gooey Butter Cake St. Louis, Missouri Park Ave Coffee

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