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Review: First Class Chefs on Disney Channel

James Gilmore tunes into Disney Channel for some first class fun.

Review: First Class Chefs on Disney Channel

First Class Chefs on Disney Channel

James Gilmore

W!ZARD News Author

First Class Chefs is a first class blend between the likes of MasterChef Junior and Disney Channel’s classic, kid-centric approach on TV shows.

The show sees kids from across the UK battle it out for the chance to win £10,000 to fund a cookery-related project for their school with all of the challenges judged by acclaimed two Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr.

Presented by The Evermoor Chronicles actors, the stunning Georgia Lock and the sharp Finney Cassidy, you can’t help but feel engaged and locked to your screens as you see teams of children aged between 9 and 11 battle it out and, ultimately, prove that they know more about cooking than you ever will.

In episode one, you’re treated to delights such as a beef and ricotta burger, pesto fish and teriyaki chicken. And if you can’t work out how to cook any of them, you’ll be even more embarrassed when the teams cook omelette’s to near perfection.

Michel Roux Jr. is a surprisingly caring judge, working nicely with the kids and seeming to take a genuine interest into what they’re cooking and how they’re cooking it. His dedication to healthy food is also impressive, setting up a legacy for future chefs.

With future episodes due to feature singer Bluey Robinson, TV presenter Joe Swash and more professional chefs the future of First Class Chefs definitely looks exciting.

For some fun, quality entertainment give First Class Chefs a try every Monday and Tuesday at 4.30pm from June 22nd, only on Disney Channel.

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