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Many people always wonder about what really goes on behind the scenes of their favorite shows. I think this is even more the case with TV shows that feature some type of competition such as Iron Chef America. Questions such as how can they have all the ingredients ready for cooking if they don't know what the secret ingredient for that particular show is going to be? How can they come up with a menu so fast? Can the chefs really cook that amount of food in the allotted amount of time? How do they keep the food warm while waiting for the judges to eat their creations? The list of questions I'm sure is plentiful. The answers to some of these questions have now been revealed. Keep in mind I'm not sure the answers apply to the original version of this program. That aired in Japan. The Q&A relates only to the American version of Iron Chef.
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Iron Chef America Matthew Gifford
The answers to your many questions can be found below
Iron Chef America's secret ingredients – Slashfood
How ‘Iron Chef America’ makes its magic – REALITY TV – MSNBC.com
'Iron Chef USA' an abomination – UPN remake is an insult to food fans San Francisco Chronicle
Amateur Gourmet goes inside Kitchen Stadium – Slashfood
The Amateur Gourmet: What I Can Tell You About The Taping I Attended of “Iron Chef America” Without Having To Pay The Food Network $1,000,000
Whose cuisine reins supreme?