Sweet Genius

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Sweet Genius
GenreReality
Written byAmanda Hulsey
Presented byRon Ben-Israel
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3[1]
No. of episodes34
Production
Executive producer(s)Linda Lea
Donna MacLetchie
Producer(s)Jessica Carbrera
Editor(s)Brian Gale
Daniel J. Moratti
Gregg Paine
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41 to 43 minutes
(excluding commercials)
Production company(s)Jane Street Entertainment
Release
Original networkFood Network
Original releaseSeptember 22, 2011 (2011-09-22) – present
External links
Website

Sweet Genius is a reality-themed television cooking competition series that airs on Food Network. It is hosted by pastry chef Ron Ben-Israel. It started on September 9, 2011.[2] It is similar to Chopped in that four confectionery and pastry chefs compete in three rounds on the show: Frozen, Baked, and Chocolate. After each round, one chef is eliminated until one chef is left. The winning chef wins $10,000. In each round, there are two ingredients that the chefs must use along with an inspiration that they must base their dish on. The first ingredient that they must use and the inspiration are shown at the beginning of the round, while the second ingredient is shown in the middle of the round. Sometimes, there will be three ingredients. Each round has a limited amount of time that the chefs must make their dish in. There are 40 minutes for the first round, 50 minutes for the second round, and 60 minutes for the final round. After each round, Ben-Israel tastes and gives his thoughts on each chef's dish, and then eliminates one chef.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Master Pastry Chef Ron Ben-Israel Returns for Third Season of "Sweet Genius" on Food Network". The Futon Critic. September 14, 2012.
  2. "Food Network Hits A "Sweet" Spot With Ron Ben-Israle's New Primetime Series "Sweet Genius"". The Futon Critic. August 23, 2012.

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