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Madison vs the Manicou (NO KITCHEN REQUIRED)

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Uploaded on Apr 4, 2012

Watch this must-see moment of Chef Madison Cowan as he hunts the wild Manicou in the series premiere of BBC America's all new original unscripted adventure-cooking-competition series NO KITCHEN REQUIRED.

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Sure, he travels the globe organizing underground supper clubs in unusual locations like empty swimming pools - but how will Madison, the London-born chef who earned the title as the first-ever Grand Champion on Food Network TV show "Chopped," fare versus the Manicou.

As he says, "I am bleeding afraid of rats!"

NO KITCHEN REQUIRED, from the creators of Chopped, follows three chefs as they work with the locals to hunt, fish and forage for ingredients to create a locally-inspired meal that will be judged by the community.

The three fearless chefs are:
* Award-winning New York restaurateur Michael Psilakis;
* First-ever Chopped Grand Champion Madison Cowan, who has roots in London, Detroit and Jamaica
and
* New Zealand chef Kayne Raymond.

The trio leave the comforts of their kitchens and are dropped into ten locations around the world including Belize, Dominica, New Zealand, Fiji, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Phuket, Thailand, Hawaii, New Mexico, Louisiana and Florida.

The series is hosted by British presenter Dr. Shini Somara (BBC's One Show, BBC World News' The Health Show) - who joins the chefs on the adventure.

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