Chef Roblé & Co. 2 Seasons 2011
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1. Upper East Side Carnival Party Chef Roblé meets his first client -- a glamorous New York socialite who wants a creepy, carnival themed birthday party. Roblé wonders whether he's bitten off more than he can chew after finding out she has a list of demands such as a live monkey and only being allowed to serve red, white and black foods.
2. Kandi Burruss Gets Intimate It's a week of risky business for Chef Roblé as he takes on an intimate product launch for Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star, Kandi Burruss, and a Thai, Vegan, Kosher sit-down dinner party for Hasidic Brooklyn musician Matisyahu. When a wine fight breaks out and a client voices their concerns over a talent booking, Chef Roblé must use all his charm to keep these two very different parties from falling apart.
3. The Vanessa Williams House Party Tempers explode when a client demands a dessert extravaganza for her glitter themed party, which forces Chef Roblé to hand over more responsibility to Kiku and Jasmine. And a graduation party for actress Vanessa Williams and her children serves as a chance for redemption, if only the weather would cooperate.
4. Big Money Birthday Bashes At an exclusive New York beach club, Chef Roblé discovers the challenge of catering to Upper Eastside moms and a 4 year old birthday boy with a sophisticated palate. Then he must conquer authentic Indian cuisine for an upscale dance party. When a server bails at the last minute, Roblé asks his girlfriend to come to the rescue.
5. The Crazy Hamptons Blowout Chef Roblé leaves Brooklyn behind for two over-the-top events in the Hamptons. First, the team must organize a dog wedding for two Chihuahuas. Then Medieval madness is on the menu as they roast a full-sized pig for a naked statue unveiling.
6. Dinner Party Smackdown Chef Roblé meets a Jersey Shore bachelorette who's more interested in tequila shots than canapés. Then a famed dinner party hostess pushes Roblé to his limits with a five-course dinner extravaganza that must "wow" New York's movers and shakers. Tensions run high and after a massive blowout, one staff member's future is left hanging in the balance.
7. If You Can't Stand the Heat... For Chef Roblé this week keeping the client happy is easier said than done. Catering a 60th Wedding Anniversary for a kooky dress shop owner who want pigs in a blanket and cheesecake is one thing, but when you go against the founder of a connected party website (who just happens to hate meat), it's not long before there's blood on the carpet.
8. Two Grooms & Rachel Dratch In the finale, Chef Roblé caters his first gay wedding and a dinner party for "Saturday Night Live" alum Rachel Dratch. While Rachel wants to go small, the grooms want to go big with a runway inspired reception. As Chef Roblé struggles to keep his clients happy, Jasmine is offered another job leading to an emotional confrontation that could see a permanent parting of the ways.
Chef Roble is cool, watching him start a catering business is interesting and fun, and the other people involved in the business make it even more fun to watch. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Stacey
I love Roble and company. The program is real and refreshing. I can't wait until the next season airs. when does it air?Published 14 months ago by Susan Campbell