Stove Tots, follows the next generation of cooking masters – young maestros of the kitchen – as they prepare and compete in cook-offs across the US. These culinary prodigies have sophisticated palates, impressive knife skills, competitive drives and extremely involved parents. Each episode will feature a new group of culinary wunderkinds, along with their overbearing parents, as they prepare recipes, search for inspiration and deal with the pressures of competition. It all leads up to competition day, where three culinary phenoms will go head-to-head in a two-round elimination tournament. Viewers will also get to know the junior chef's background; how they got into cooking; ways they prepare and train to compete; and why they are pursuing a future in the culinary world at such a young age.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
Stove Tots - Vegemite - Netflix
Vegemite ( VEJ-i-myte) is a thick, black Australian food spread made from leftover brewers' yeast extract with various vegetable and spice additives. It was developed by Cyril Percy Callister in Melbourne, Victoria in 1922. The Vegemite brand was owned by Mondelez International (formerly Kraft Foods Inc.) until January 2017, when it was acquired by the Australian Bega Cheese group in a $460 million agreement for full Australian ownership after Bega would buy most of Mondelez International's Australia and New Zealand grocery and cheese business. A spread for sandwiches, toast, crumpets and cracker biscuits as well as a filling for pastries, Vegemite is similar to British Marmite, New Zealand Marmite, Australian Promite, MightyMite, AussieMite, OzEmite, German Vitam-R, and Swiss Cenovis. Vegemite is salty, slightly bitter, malty, and rich in glutamates – giving it an umami flavour similar to beef bouillon.
Stove Tots - See also - Netflix
Guinness Yeast Extract (yeast extract) Bonox, Bovril (beef extracts) List of spreads Oxo (beef and yeast extract) Shelf stable food
Stove Tots - References - Netflix