Fire Masters is a Canadian cooking competition television series that began airing simultaneously on Food Network Canada in Canada and Cooking Channel in the United States on July 6, 2019. The show is presented by chef Dylan Benoit, and it features three barbecue chefs competing in three rounds, where the winner of the second round wins a Napoleon portable barbecue grill and then competes against one of the three judges in the final round for a prize of $10,000.
|Genre||Food reality television|
|Presented by||Dylan Benoit|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||14 (as of April 2020)|
|Production company||Architect Films|
|Original release||July 6, 2019 –|
Fire Masters was initially supposed to air for only one season; but a second season began airing on December 21, 2019. As of August 2020 there have been three seasons of the show.
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Season 1 (2019)Edit
|No.||Title||Feast of Fire
(final round) theme
|1||"Hearts on Fire"||Into the Wild||July 6, 2019||
||Connie DeSousa (J)||WINNER|
|Erik Dandee||3rd place|
|Marco Niccoli||4th place|
|2||"That's the Way the Chicharrón Crumbles"||Campfire Cookout||July 13, 2019||
|Amy Mills (J)||RUNNER-UP|
|Adrian Acosta||3rd place|
|Brad Orrison||4th place|
|3||"For the Love of Chuck"||Tuscan trattoria||July 20, 2019||
||Dale MacKay (J)||WINNER|
|Adam Pereira||3rd place|
|Serge Belair||4th place|
|4||"Sticks and Stones...but Please No Bones!"||Mardi Gras||July 27, 2019||
||Eddie Jackson (J)||WINNER|
|Michael Kirkwood||3rd place|
|Allan Feldman||4th place|
|5||"No Charred Feelings"||Cape Cod||August 3, 2019||
||Tiffani Faison (J)||WINNER|
|Felix Zhou||3rd place|
|Tigretón Marques||4th place|
|6||"No Grits No Glory"||Southern comfort||August 3, 2019||
|Dale MacKay (J)||RUNNER-UP|
|Humberto Sanchez||3rd place|
|Steve Buzak||4th place|
|7||Italie||Vanille ou Chocolat||April 2019|
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