'Chef's Table: BBQ': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's docuseries
A four-part series of what is unofficially the seventh season of the docuseries 'Chef's Table' is about to release soon. It's titled 'Chef's Table: BBQ' and here's all you need to know about it.
'Chef's Table: BBQ' releases on September 2, 2020. All episodes of this show will be available to stream on Netflix.
The upcoming installment of this acclaimed show will allow audiences to follow pitmasters to the United States, Mexico and Australia as they work with crackling flames, coal, wood and juicy cuts of meat, wholesome vegetables and even berries. Wait, does that mean barbequed desserts? Interesting.
Norma Frances Tomanetz
85-year-old Norma Frances Tomanetz (locally known as Tootsie) is the famed pitmaster at Snow's BBQ in Lexington, Texas, where people start swarming the place as early as 5 am to taste Tootsie's food.
Lennox Hastie is a UK-born, Europe-trained chef. His background initially was technique-focused classic French food till he landed a job at Michelin star restaurant Asador Etxebarri where he worked for five years. He now specializes in cooking with wood and he's passionate about creating pastries using fire and wood.
Rosalia Chay Chuc
Rosalia is from Yaxunah, Mexico, and has managed to keep the indigenous method of cooking over a bbq pit alive, according to Food and Wine.
Rodney Scott of Rodney Scott's BBQ, Charleston, South Carolina, is the winner of James Beard Award for best chef. Scott has been cooking whole-hog barbecue, over wood coals burned down from hardwood, since he was in middle school. For 25 years he worked with his family in their bbq stop in Hemingway, SC, and in 2017 he went ahead to open Rodney Scott's BBQ with a couple of partners.
Gelb is a four-time Emmy-nominated director, producer and the creator of 'Chef's Table' that began airing in 2015. He also created the documentary 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi', which follows legendary Japanese sushi master and Michelin 3-star restaurant owner Jiro Ono in 2011. He is also the co-creator of the Netflix docuseries 'Street Food' and also the executive producer of the hit Netflix docuseries 'Trial by Media'. He is also the director of an upcoming documentary about the Austrian-American chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck, according to Variety.
The drool-inducing trailer of the show is a visual representation of the phrase 'food porn'. Check it out by clicking on the video above.
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