Dinner: Impossible

Season 2 Episode 7

Celebrity Golf Tournament

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Sep 05, 2007 on Food Network
8.4
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Celebrity Golf Tournament
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Chef Robert Irvine creates a feast for 250 celebrity VIPs at the American Century Championship Golf Tournament at Lake Tahoe in 6 hours.

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  • If television could impart smell, that fish would have taken the cake!

    8.8
    From what the FoodNetwork outlines on their web site, it would appear that this episode is the last of the season. Sadly, the episode doesn't do the series any justice as an ending note. Perhaps it was Chef Robert's hectic schedule, what with the lauching of his new cookware on HSN this summer, his new book coming out this fall, and his new restaurant in St-Petersburg opening soon, which made this otherwise fabulous and really exciting show painful to watch this last time. I've always been on-the-edge-of-my-chair bubbling-over nervous watching Chef Robert perform his magic, but this time my excitement was restrained and it fizzled out. Although I realize that the show undergoes a tremendous amount of editing, this challenge didn't showcase Chef Robert's wonderful talents in pulling everything together. Instead I felt his frustration and anger without the joy of seeing him gracefully and charismatically finish the mission. The shrimp anecdote and lobster dillemma were very interesting, and ones that I will remember for sure, but it didn't suffice in saving this episode from largely going unnoticed and dull. I wait with great anticipation for the next season of Dinner:Impossible which will really highlight Chef Robert's prowess and personality.moreless

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    • Dishes Served:

      19th Hole Nectarines with Lemon Cream
      Chicken and Grilled Pineapple Wedges with Green Peppercorn Sauce and Mushrooms
      Front Nine Fruit Salad
      Heirloom Grape Tomato Salad
      Irons in the Fire Beef Tenderloin
      Lobster of the Links Napa Cabbage Wraps
      Masters Marinated Salmon
      Pitch and Putt Peppered Shrimp
      Salad of The Greens with Fennel, Mint and Orange
      Par 3 Potatoes with Grilled Baby Bok Choy

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