Chef Robert Irvine has just 10 hours to create a menu and prepare a gourmet meal for a 200-person wedding. With only his two trusted sous chefs and a staff of inexperienced teenage boys to assist him, will Robert pull it off, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine has just eight hours to prepare a fundraising dinner on a remote island off the coast of Maine. Hours away from food and supplies, will Robert manage to pull it off, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine heads back to Colonial times when he travels to historic Williamsburg, Va., where he has to prepare an 18th-century meal for food historians. Only using methods, tools and ingredients from the 1700s, will Robert be able to complete his task, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine races against time -- and a moving train -- as he tries to prepare five courses for 160 passengers on the Sierra Railroad DinnerTrain. Can he keep his balance in the smallest kitchen he's ever seen, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine has just four hours to acquire enough food and equipment from tailgaters at a Philadelphia Eagles football game to prepare a gourmet lunch for 40 Eagles executives. Will he be able to beg, borrow and steal his way to success, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine hops in the saddle to serve 14 authentic dishes to 500 hungry cowboys and cowgirls on a cattle drive in central Florida. With only seven hours and three open fires, can Robert and his team get the grub to the hungry cowhands, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine's survival skills are tested when he washes ashore on a deserted island and must prepare a tropical feast in only four hours. Will two former Survivor castaways and two mystery crates be enough to help Robert conquer Caribbean cuisine, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine heads to the Culinary Institute of America to face his toughest critics yet -- seven internationally renowned master chefs. Robert will sample a dish prepared by each chef, and then he has eight hours to recreate the seven dishes using only his taste buds as well as create seven original dishes from each of the chefs' home countries. Will the assistance of five culinary students be enough to help Robert conquer this international mission, or will it be Dinner: Impossible?
Chef Robert Irvine faces his most-daunting assignment yet. In a surprise meeting, the governor of Pennsylvania challenges Robert to prepare a stately array of hors d'oeuvres for his Inaugural Ball. In just 24 hours, Robert has to create and prepare Pennsylvania delicacies to feed 4,000 attendees! Will Robert meet the mandate, or is this Dinner: Impossible?
Robert Irvine thinks he's being interviewed by Ryan Seacrest on his radio show, but he's really getting ambushed with his next challenge. Robert learns he'll have just eight hours to prepare food at a premiere party for 350 guests at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Will he receive rave reviews, or will this be Dinner: Impossible?
Robert Irvine receives his marching orders: In just seven hours, he must feed 850 tired, hungry, tough Marines. These men have just spent 30 days training in the desert and are about to be deployed overseas. Can Robert transform government-issue staples into a meal to remember, or will this be Dinner: Impossible?
Robert Irvine has just nine hours to prepare a cocktail reception and a five-course meal for the president of the University of Pennsylvania and 65 distinguished guests. The only problem is dinner will be held in a filthy fraternity house, and the sleeping Psi Upsilon brothers will have to help out. Can Robert transform the "animal house" into the presidential palace in time, or will this be Dinner: Impossible?
How do you make a hot, hearty feast in a hotel made completely out of ice and snow? Chef Robert Irvine finds out when he's given just seven hours, in sub-freezing temperatures, to cook for the entire staff of Quebec's famous Ice Hotel. Can Robert heat things up without melting down the house, or will this be Dinner: Impossible?