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Article by Jay Gory
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Everybody these days wants to have their own TV show, be it a reality, talk show, or even a drama, most of us really wouldn't mind being in one. But not many of us actually get the chance to have one. However, Food Network is doing their best to help people with their dreams and it doesn't even matter whether the ones dreaming are adults or kids. This summer, on August 17th at 8pm ET/PT, the second season of Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off will be premiering, a show with a grand prize of the winner's very own series on FoodNetwork.com

Eight kids have been chosen to give them the chance of having their own show. Working and competing under the experienced eyes of celebrity chefs and bestselling cookbook authors Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri they need to show off not only their kitchen but also on-camera skills.

The contestants, or kidtestants, have to do their best in each of the six episodes, all of which feature on mini and one main challenge, meant to put the kidtestants to the test and offer them the chance to earn stars that represent their overall success.

The season finale, Food Fest Showdown, will be premiering September 21st at 8pm ET/PT. Don't forget to tune in! More information about the show can be found at FoodNetwork.com/rvgkids.



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