Vivica A. Fox to Host New Food Competition Series “Family Recipe Rumble”

Vivica A. Fox to Host New Food Competition Series "Family Recipe Rumble"

Vivica A. Fox is teaming up with Rainbow Heads Productions and producer Woody Woodbeck for an unscripted series titled “Family Recipe Rumble.” The show features two families competing for a $10,000 prize by putting their family recipes to the test. Fox shares, “This isn’t your typical food competition show. Recipes passed down by generations sometimes tell the story of a family’s rich traditions that nourish not only the appetite but the soul.”

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The show’s format unfolds over three courses, with families showcasing their unique twists on classic favorites. As the families prepare their dishes, viewers will have the opportunity to learn about their lives, cultural backgrounds, and the delightful stories behind their sweet and savory creations. Fox will then welcome special guest judges to taste the results and crown the deserving family with the grand prize of $10,000 in each episode.

Rainbow Heads Productions, founded by former Discovery executive Jodi Tovay and 1000lb Sisters executive producer Daniel Keller-Bradshaw, is actively pitching the show to various networks and streaming platforms.

Vivica A. Fox expressed her excitement about the project, stating, “We hope to show that meals made with love, and a little bit of friendly competition, can be satisfying to everyone who watches.”

Jodi Tovay and Daniel Keller-Bradshaw of Rainbow Heads Productions shared their enthusiasm, saying, “We are thrilled to be working with Ms. Fox and veteran executive producer, Woody Woodbeck, on this project. The goal is to showcase that culture and tradition shine through with each family’s passion for cooking; serving the viewer with a truly unique culinary competition experience.”

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