Cooking Channel's first interactive series brings viewers 3 perfect dishes and challenges them to compete by submitting their perfect dish. Winners will be brought to the Cooking Channel studio kitchen to make their perfect dish for Cooking Channel's website. Here's how it works: The TV series brings viewers the three most perfect recipes of a given dish or ingredient. If it's burgers, we'll examine Tyler Florence's classic version using ground beef brisket, topped with bacon, onions and the works. But wait, on Everyday Exotic, Roger Mooking challenges the classic with a ground lamb burger blended with Chinese 5 spice, finished with cucmber relish. Then Giada de Laurentis' tuna steak burgers topped with tapenade and roasted red peppers on Everyday Italian is a total game-changer. So, who's perfect? We'll invite Cooking Channel viewers to send us footage of their perfect dish. The winner gets her own webisode on

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All The Perfect 3 Recipes

Meyer Lemon Cardamom Crinkle Cookies

Dark Chocolate Espresso Kissed Brownies with Chocolate Mascarpone Frosting

Meatball Curry

Herb Marinated Pork Tenderloin Salad with Balsamic Strawberries and Goat Cheese

Slammin' Swedish Meatballs

Tuna Burgers with Tapenade

Super Chocolate Cake

Crispy-Skin Hoisin BBQ Chicken

Grilled Steak Tacos with Chipotle Cream and Chimichurri

Lorie's Ultimate Coconut Cream Pie

Candy Cane Kissed Peppermint Patties

Sunny's Cheesesteak

The Burger Bar

Moelleux au Chocolat

Baby Spinach with Balsamic Roasted Potatoes and Sweet Dijon Vinaigrette

Monkey Tail Banana Cake

Olive Oil Poached Ahi Tuna Mazatlan with Fennel Tarragon Salad

Spicy Aztec Caramel Chunk Brownies

Maple Syrup Roasted Sweet Potato Pancakes with Citrus Brown Sugar Sauce

Thai Red Curry Mac 'n' Cheese

Chicken Braciole with Alfredo Sauce

Chiarello Chicken and White Bean Chili With Veggies

Panhandle Chili

Buttered Scotch Blondies

Tarte Tatin

Aloo Pie with Apple-Mango Chutney

Gourmet Triple Chocolate Boo Goo Apples

About the Host

Kelsey Nixon

Kelsey Nixon began teaching others to cook in college when she created her own cooking show, Kelsey's Kitchen, emphasizing fast, fun and affordable meals.