Season 7, Episode 12

Newseum: Museum Mayhem

The Newseum in Washington, D.C., chronicles history through the eyes of journalists, photographers and news media. For this mission, Robert Irvine has to prepare a newsworthy meal in eight hours for 300 people based on four major food events in American history: early Thanksgiving, WWI food shortages, the invention of TV dinners and the 1961 publication of Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking." Along with food historian Francine Segan, and the Newseums' Emily Nicholson, Robert must create a historical menu spanning all of those diverse eras.
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