“Kitchen Impossible”: The 7th season of the cooking show starts in February

Deepak Gupta January 20, 2022
Updated 2022/01/20 at 4:28 PM

Tim Mälzer (50) is entering the seventh season with his popular cooking show “Kitchen Impossible” in 2022. From February 6 (Sundays at 8:15 p.m. on VOX or via RTL+), he will again engage in heated cooking duels with recognized colleagues. The fans can be happy: The chefs are once again traveling longer distances for their tasks.

“I was very happy that we were able to shoot beyond the German-speaking borders again for the new season of ‘Kitchen Impossible’,” explains Mälzer in a statement. Home is known to be the most beautiful place, “but the format also means that we go on emotional journeys of discovery – in the truest sense of the word”. As a “sign of solidarity with the local gastronomy scene and to protect the health of everyone involved in the shooting”, VOX only allowed the sixth season to take place in Austria and Germany due to the pandemic.

This time Tim Mälzer is going to Kildare (Ireland), Zurich (Switzerland), Paris (France) and Modena (Italy). Cornelia Poletto (50) travels to Saltstraumen (Norway) and Hendrik Haase to Tirana (Albania). Other opponents are Viktoria Fuchs, Sven Wassmer, Björn Swanson and Haya Molcho.

Special Consequences

In the seventh season, special episodes are again waiting for the viewers: In a team with Tim Mälzer, Sepp Schellhorn (54) will compete on March 27 against the three young chefs Felix Schellhorn, Philip Rachinger and Lukas Mraz, who go by the name “Healthy Boy Band ” are known. In the “Best Friends Edition” for the season finale on April 3, maltster Tim Raue (47) and Max Strohe (40) compete against each other to choose the best of the best.

Tim Mälzer: “First bigotry, then humility”

Mälzer has been competing in front of the TV cameras since 2016. “Every time I enter a competition or a task that I can’t handle. There will never be 10 out of 10 points and every time I fail and let television watch me doing things wrong,” he explained in mid-February 2021 in an interview with spot on news about the fascination behind the show. “But it’s fun because the tasks educate me, teach me and show me my personal limits. At first, my big puke usually outweighs humility.”

(yom/spot)

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