Food Network serves ‘Dinner’

Cabler greenlights culinary skein

The Food Network has greenlit “Dinner: Impossible,” a primetime series that puts the culinary prowess of chef Robert Irvine to weekly tests.

Each half-hour episode will challenge the skills of Irvine — a former chef to the Royal Family and several U.S. presidents — in new ways.

In one segment, he is asked to prepare a first-class dinner for 400 passengers on a speeding train in less than four hours.

Series premieres Jan. 24.

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