How to Watch “Raid the Fridge” series premiere

Tune in tonight at 10/9c to watch the premiere of Food Network’s latest cooking competition show, Raid the Fridge. Hosted by prominent food podcaster Dan Ahdoot, this new show will challenge experienced chefs to make culinary creations out of a mystery refrigerator’s ingredients.

Raid the Fridge asks chefs to cultivate delicious and professional flavors using only the contents waiting behind a mystery fridge door of their choice. Contestants must whip up a home-cooked meal in the pressure-cooker of a Food Network competition, taunted by the winning fridge—stocked full of the show’s $10,000 prize. Judged by Jamika Pessoa and Jordan Andino, Raid the Fridge puts a lively new twist on this everyday dilemma: What do I make for dinner, making do with what I have?

Where to watch

You can stream Food Network’s September 1 series premiere of Raid the Fridge for free on FuboTV (7-day free trial). Ditch your cable plan and watch this new, action-packed cooking competition show with a FuboTV subscription. For $64.99/month, register for FuboTV and gain access to their extensive library of channels you love.

More about the show: “Hosted by food podcaster Dan Ahdoot, this fast-paced, action-packed competition challenges four top-notch chefs to work a little culinary magic when faced with mystery fridges before them. They’ll choose one to cook from blindly, and as always, looks can be deceiving. There’s no telling whether the contents of a fridge belonging to a family of four would be better — or perhaps worse! — stocked with quality ingredients than that of a bachelor. Chefs will be forced to make do with what they find inside, much like us home cooks do every night when it’s time to make dinner.” –Food Network

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