Series two of ‘Family Cooking Showdown’ starts tonight

‘Family Cooking Showdown’ – the competitive food show that celebrates ‘the families who make ordinary food extraordinary’ – is back on BBC Two for a second series from tonight (Monday, October 15).

The show will return with an increased order of 14 episodes in a new daily slot of 7pm on weekday evenings.

Over three weeks, 16 family teams will battle it out in the ‘Family Cooking Showdown’ studio kitchen. They will face a series of challenges based on the realities of family cooking, and will be judged by presenters: BBC One ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ winner and cookbook author Angellica Bell and Tommy Banks, Britain’s youngest ever Michelin-starred chef.

In each episode the family teams will be given two tasks: one that they will have had time to practice at home, the other a complete surprise which tests their collective ability to work together and think on their feet.

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