In each episode of Guy's Grocery Games, four talented chefs
compete in a number of challenges as they navigate their way through the
aisles of a grocery store, adhering to "real-world" obstacles. Whether
it is shopping on a budget, substituting out-of-stock ingredients or
grabbing groceries at closing time, each chef has to shop, prepare, and
plate three different dishes using whatever they can pull off the
shelves. Ultimately, the food does the talking, as one-by-one the losing
chefs "check out," by a rotating panel of judges that includes Melissa
d'Arabian, Richard Blais, G. Garvin, Troy Johnson, Catherine McCord,
Aarti Sequeira, among others. The last chef standing goes on a shopping
spree of a lifetime worth up to \$20,000!
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
Guy's Grocery Games - Aarti Sequeira - Netflix
Aarti Lucica Sequeira (born 19 August 1978) is an Indian American chef
and television personality, best known as the winner of the sixth season
of Food Network's reality television show, The Next Food Network Star.
As a result of that victory, her show Aarti Party premiered on the
network on 22 August 2010. Following Aarti Party, she went on to host
Taste in Translation on the Cooking Channel, in which she seeks out the
most popular dishes from around the world. She had previously worked as
a CNN news producer and in 2008 started the online cooking variety show
Guy's Grocery Games - Early life, education and early career - Netflix
Aarti Sequeira was born in Mumbai on 19 August 1978 and raised in Dubai.
She graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism
in 2000. After graduation, Aarti worked as a producer for the cable news
company CNN until 2003, before moving to Los Angeles, California.
Sequiera trained at the New School of Cooking in Culver City and in 2007
earned a professional certificate. In 2008, she started an online
cooking variety show called Aarti Paarti. Drawing on the flavors of her
childhood, Sequeira uses Indian ingredients in her cooking, and credits
much of her culinary inspiration to her Indian cultural background and
her mother's influence.
Guy's Grocery Games - References - Netflix