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GenreReality, Cooking
StarringJoey Fatone
JudgesMarc Summers (Head Judge)
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes26
Running time30 Minutes (22 minutes with commercials)
Production company(s)BSTV Entertainment
Original networkFood Network
Picture format
Original releaseApril 21 (2014-04-21) –
December 1, 2014 (2014-12-01)
External links
Official Website

Rewrapped is a reality cooking television show hosted by Joey Fatone that premiered on April 21, 2014, on Food Network.[1] Similar to short-form cooking reality shows, it features three chefs challenged to first recreate a classic snack food, then innovate a totally new dish using said snack food as the main ingredient. The show is a loose spinoff of the show Unwrapped, whose host Marc Summers acts as "Head Judge" for each episode, alongside a representative of the company that produces the food of the day, and a third impartial judge involved in the food industry in some way (chef, critic, blogger, etc.).

On the premiere week, two new episodes of the 30-minute series aired Monday nights at 8:00 pm and 8:30 pm ET. Up to May 5, 2014, one new episode aired in the 8:00 slot, with a repeat episode at 8:30 pm. As of May 12, 2014, a single new episode airs in the Monday 8:00 pm slot, followed by an episode of Unwrapped at 8:30 pm.

Rewrapped returned for its second season on September 8, 2014, still airing in its 8:00 pm EST Monday slot, and once again followed by an encore episode of Rewrapped at 8:30 pm EST.[2]


Each episode of Rewrapped features three chefs undergoing two cooking challenges. After dishes are prepared, the three judges evaluate each dish, scoring them on a scale of 1 to 10. This makes for a possible score range of 3 (lowest) to 30 (highest).

Like its parent show Unwrapped, each episode features short segments on the creation & packaging of the food of the day.

Round 1: Recreate[edit]

The three chefs are given 30 minutes to try and replicate the exact snack food from scratch. In the case of food items with a specific shape, the chefs must bring their own "molds" to use to try and duplicate the appearance of the food. The chef's attempts are judged on taste, appearance, and how closely they replicated the original food. In season 1, no eliminations took place in this round, but starting in season 2, the chef with the lowest score is eliminated from the competition.

Round 2: Innovate[edit]

The chefs (all 3 in season 1; the remaining 2 in season 2) are given another 30 minutes to use the food of the day as the main ingredient in their own original dish. The chefs are supplied with enough of the original food to use in their dishes. In this round, taste, appearance and originality are the key factors in the judge's scores.

In season 1, the scores from both rounds are totalled, and the chef with the highest combined score won. For season 2, both remaining chefs are scored only for the Innovate round to determine the winner. In both cases, the winner of the episode receives a year's supply of the snack food.


Season 1[edit]

Episode # Episode Title Original Air Date Snack Food Episode/Production #[3]
1 All That Glitters Is Goldfish April 21, 2014 Pepperidge Farm Cheddar Goldfish RW0101H
2 Pie for One, Pie for All April 21, 2014 Tastykake Glazed Cherry Pie RW0102H
3 SpaghettiOMG April 28, 2014 Franco-American SpaghettiOs with Meatballs RW0103H
4 Who You Callin' a CupCake? May 5, 2014 Hostess CupCake RW0104H
5 A Chip Off the Old Block May 12, 2014 Herr's Potato Chips (Cheddar & Sour Cream, Salt & Vinegar and BBQ flavors) RW0105H
6 Let's Get Ready to Crumble! May 19, 2014 Entenmann's Original Recipe Chocolate Chip Cookie RW0106H
7 That Makes Two of Utz May 26, 2014 Utz Pretzel Rod RW0107H
8 Milano, Milano! I Love You! June 2, 2014 Pepperidge Farm Mint Milano Cookie RW0108H
9 Now Krimpet! Krimpet Good! June 9, 2014 Tastykake Butterscotch Krimpet RW0109H
10 A Word to the Wise Cheez Waffies July 7, 2014 Wise Cheez Waffies RW0110H
11 Twinkie, Twinkie, Little Star June 16, 2014 Hostess Twinkie RW0111H
12 The Awesome Blossom June 23, 2014 Outback Steakhouse Bloomin' Onion RW0112H
13 Rich Frosted Fun June 30, 2014 Entenmann's Rich Frosted Donut RW0113H

Season 2[edit]

Episode # Episode Title Original Air Date Snack Food Episode/Production #[3]
1 Ho Ho You Didn't! September 8, 2014 Hostess Ho Hos RW0201H
2 Lay's It All on the Line September 15, 2014 Lay's "Do Us A Flavor" Potato Chips (Cheddar Bacon Mac & Cheese,
Kettle-Cooked Wasabi Ginger, Wavy Mango Salsa, and Cappuccino flavors)
3 Let Them Eat Koffee Kake! September 22, 2014 Tastykake Koffee Kakes RW0203H
4 Pirouettes on Point September 29, 2014 Pepperidge Farm Pirouette wafer cookies RW0204H
5 Boy, Ar-Dees Good! October 6, 2014 Chef Boyardee Beef Ravioli RW0205H
6 Sno Ball Free-for-All October 13, 2014 Hostess Sno Balls RW0206H
7 Thin Mint Condition October 20, 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mints RW0207H
8 Lend Me Your Ear of Candy Corn October 27, 2014 Jelly Belly Candy Corn RW0208H
9 Ritzy Business November 3, 2014 Ritz Crackers Ritz Bits with Cheese RW0209H
10 Pudding Up a Fight November 10, 2014 Swiss Miss Triple Chocolate Dream Pudding RW0210H
11 Jumpin' for Pumpkin Donuts November 17, 2014 Dunkin' Donuts Glazed Pumpkin Cake Donut RW0211H
12 Oatmeal Raisin the Roof November 24, 2014 Pepperidge Farms Oatmeal Raisin Cookies RW0212H
13 Hooked on a Candy Cane Feeling December 1, 2014 Hammond's Candies Candy Canes RW0213H


  1. ^ "America's Most Iconic and Nostalgic Snack Foods Take Center Stage in New Culinary Competition "Rewrapped"". The Futon Critic. March 10, 2014. Retrieved August 7, 2014.
  2. ^ ""Rewrapped" Returns for a Second Season Filled with Even More Iconic Snack Foods and Culinary Competition". The Futon Critic. August 6, 2014. Retrieved August 7, 2014.
  3. ^ a b "Food Network: Rewrapped Episode Guide". Food Network. Retrieved 2 May 2013.

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