When The Cooking Channel decides to add a Southern cooking program to its line-up, they look to a couple of Atlanta cable television chefs to fill the spot. Gina Foxton favors a healthy approach to traditional Southern fare while her competitor, Tate “Kill It and Grill It” Moody, hosts a hunting, cooking, and fishing show. The laughter begins when The Cooking Channel decides to award the program to the winner of a reality cook-off show they call Food Fight.
This lighthearted culinary romance is sure to make you laugh out loud. Fans of Top Chef and Survivor will enjoy the behind the scenes look at a reality show in the making.