Dinner: Impossible

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  • TV-G
  • 2007
  • 10 Seasons
  • 7.5  (531)

Dinner: Impossible, from Food Network, follows celebrity chef Robert Irvine, and for one season guest chef Michael Symon, and their crews as they are sent to top secret destinations in order to set up a themed dinner in a limited amount of time. Neither Robert nor Michael are told in advance where they will be sent for the challenge, they only find out when they receive a Mission: Impossible themed kind of secret message. The message includes all of the information the chefs need to complete their task from the location of the meal, whom the meal is for and any special challenges that may be part of this particular mission. While on the missions, Robert and Michael work with a number of seasoned sous chefs, including David Britton, Lee Lucier, George Galati and George Kralle, all of whom are very familiar with the hectic pace of preparing these special meals. In addition, Robert and Michael have some special guests who help out on certain missions from fellow Food Network celebrity Guy Fieri, to people who are less in the know regarding food preparations like students from the University of North Carolina, who help Robert and his crew with an especially hard dorm room challenge. Robert and Michael are also thrown a number of curve balls after arriving at their Dinner: Impossible locations in regards to the menus and meals. Some examples of these curve balls are when Robert and his crew head to the headquarters of Ben & Jerry's and have to plan their whole menu around some of the company's craziest ice cream flavors. Another challenge, based on the television program Lost, finds Robert and his fellow chefs unable to cook on anything but the most basic of cooking surfaces. The chefs race around preparing a world class dinner as the timer counts them down towards success or failure. Dinner: Impossible is a fun show that helps teach viewers the creative ways in which every day items can be used to create delicious meals that appeal to a wide variety of guests.

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Seasons
Seventh-Inning Stress
6. Seventh-Inning Stress
November 9, 2021
Robert Irvine is in Albuquerque, N.M., home of minor league baseball team the Albuquerque Isotopes. It's Healthcare Worker Appreciation Night at the stadium, and Robert is tasked with serving an elevated dinner to 250 deserving guests. But it's not that simple. He only has access to ballpark ingredients, and he must also prepare a New Mexico-themed snack for the 400 employees who open up the stadium for the game. Robert and his team must battle bad weather, limited ingredients and frozen food to hit a home run with this dinner.
A Viking Feast
5. A Viking Feast
November 2, 2021
Robert Irvine is invited to the 110th anniversary of Solvang, Calif., and challenged to create a modern Viking feast. Limited to an 8th-century pantry, Robert must battle his way through a series of medieval trials in order to win modern ingredients. He'll have to rewrite history and defeat the Danes if he wants to successfully create a celebratory dinner.
Island Livin'
4. Island Livin'
October 26, 2021
Robert Irvine goes to Catalina Island off the coast of Southern California for a mission in paradise. After 2020 put a damper on the small island's tourism season, Robert is called to ring in the new season and celebrate the island getting back on its feet. He needs to make a celebratory meal for 75 locals, but every dish must be handheld and include either bison or seafood -- two of the island's most revered ingredients. After building his own kitchen and braving the open ocean in a kayak, Robert gets pulled in one more direction: He must help a local restaurant open with a bang, Restaurant: Impossible-style. With everything on his plate, Robert struggles to finish this dinner in time and not let down the locals.
The Lumberjack Special
3. The Lumberjack Special
October 19, 2021
Robert Irvine ventures to the remote forests of Mackinaw City, Mich., for a seemingly impossible two-part challenge: Create a Paul Bunyan-sized dinner to feed 50 lumberjacks, and cook a logging camp-inspired dish for 250 timber show guests, all in a matter of hours. With a makeshift kitchen in the woods, stoves from the 1800s and a wood-burning fire pit, Robert must conquer a giant menu of hearty dishes. And the only way he's getting help is by sawing, chopping and log-rolling his way to the finish.
Food Truck Showdown
2. Food Truck Showdown
October 12, 2021
Robert Irvine travels to Asheville, N.C., to compete in the annual Asheville Food Truck Showdown. He and his team face off against three of the best food trucks in the state. With a $1,500 budget, the mission is to prepare enough food for 500 people and use beer in every dish, and the truck that makes the most money wins. Anything can happen as food truck novice Robert competes against seasoned teams who cook in food trucks every day.
Thrill-Seekers
1. Thrill-Seekers
October 5, 2021
Robert Irvine is at the world-famous Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, to make dinner for 150 superfans celebrating the park's 150th anniversary. Robert's challenge is to put his over-the-top spin on four of the park's favorite dishes. But like any good rollercoaster, there are twists: Robert and his team can only use ingredients from the parkā€¦
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Dinner: Impossible, from Food Network, follows celebrity chef Robert Irvine, and for one season guest chef Michael Symon, and their crews as they are sent to top secret destinations in order to set up a themed dinner in a limited amount of time. Neither Robert nor Michael are told in advance where they will be sent for the challenge, they only find out when they receive a Mission: Impossible themed kind of secret message. The message includes all of the information the chefs need to complete their task from the location of the meal, whom the meal is for and any special challenges that may be part of this particular mission.

While on the missions, Robert and Michael work with a number of seasoned sous chefs, including David Britton, Lee Lucier, George Galati and George Kralle, all of whom are very familiar with the hectic pace of preparing these special meals. In addition, Robert and Michael have some special guests who help out on certain missions from fellow Food Network celebrity Guy Fieri, to people who are less in the know regarding food preparations like students from the University of North Carolina, who help Robert and his crew with an especially hard dorm room challenge.

Robert and Michael are also thrown a number of curve balls after arriving at their Dinner: Impossible locations in regards to the menus and meals. Some examples of these curve balls are when Robert and his crew head to the headquarters of Ben & Jerry's and have to plan their whole menu around some of the company's craziest ice cream flavors. Another challenge, based on the television program Lost, finds Robert and his fellow chefs unable to cook on anything but the most basic of cooking surfaces. The chefs race around preparing a world class dinner as the timer counts them down towards success or failure.

Dinner: Impossible is a fun show that helps teach viewers the creative ways in which every day items can be used to create delicious meals that appeal to a wide variety of guests.

Dinner: Impossible is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (91 episodes). The series first aired on January 24, 2007.

Where to Watch Dinner: Impossible

Dinner: Impossible is available for streaming on the Food Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dinner: Impossible on demand at Philo, Food Network, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 24, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.5  (531)