Chopped 420 Hashish Cooking Competitors makes its debut on Discovery +

420 hacked– a cannabis-infused culinary competition series – and Hacked next generation will be streamed on Discovery + just in time for the 420 public holidays. The series is a spin-off from the Food Network Chopped Franchise.

Moderated by comedian Ron Funches, 420 hacked will begin on April 20 with five independent episodes with four aspiring cannabis chefs who have to create delicious and potent dishes in three rounds: starter, starter and dessert that are infused with cannabidiol (CBD) or cannabis. The Chefs Receive a mysterious basket of ingredients to win the grand prize of $ 10,000.

I am very happy to finally announce that I am now part of the # Chopped family and will be hosting # Chopped420 on @discoveryplus 4/20 2021. 🔪 💨 https://t.co/7oUYgd1Suc

– Funch (@RonFunches) March 17, 2021

The participants have to inspire a jury, including the cook Esther Choi, Laganja Estranja, the cook Luke Reyes, the cook Sam Talbot and the comedian Tacarra Williams, in order not to be excluded from the competition.

“In the 420 hacked and Hacked next generationThese brave and talented aspiring chefs think outside the box to reinterpret the clash of mysterious ingredients, including for the first time in Chopped History of using cannabis to enhance their dishes ” said Courtney White, President of the Food Network. “What these newbies lack in experience, they make up for in imagination and desire. With these funny and inventive twists of a classic, spectators can expect a WILD ride. “The Food Network Is owned by Discovery, Inc. and is part of its portfolio.

diversity reported that discovery + hopes to convince younger viewers with the cannabis-friendly series spin-off. While most networks don’t advertise cannabis products due to the facility’s federal legal status, streaming service subscribers can choose what to watch so cannabis sitcoms and documentaries can flourish.

All of Cooking on high to Disjoint, Mordberg and family business convinced Netflix viewers, sometimes in Binges. discovery took the plunge into the cannabis industry GROWING BELUSHI– which was an instant hit.

Meanwhile in the other new series, Hacked next generation, Hostess Liza Koshy challenges chefs aged Gen Z to conjure up magic with ingredients like “Uni, cured tuna hearts and baby bananas”.

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