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Former Guam resident competing on NBC cooking show

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 by Joan Aguon Charfauros

Guam - Former Guam resident Elisha Joyce is one of 8 amateur home cooks in NBC's new culinary competition, "Food Fighters." Joyce, who currently resides in Oregon, will face off against one of five professional chefs.  Armed only with recipes for their best signature dishes, they'll square off against an expert chef who will have to cook the same dish. The completed dishes will then be sampled in a blind taste test by culinary judges known as "The Dinner Party." After the two competing dishes are tested, a winner is declared. If the home cook wins, they earn a cash prize.  It's the ultimate food fight, pitting amateur cooks against culinary pros in America to see if they have what it takes to beat the very best. "Food Fighters" premieres on NBC-TV8 on Wednesday, July 23rd at 7pm.
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