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Millennium Cup - 2nd Battle - Michiba vs. Dominique Bouchet
Date Added: Jul 14, 2008 10:00 PM
Description: This is the second battle of the Millennium Cup.

Iron Chef Rokusaburo Michiba does battle with Dominique Bouchet. The challenger once worked in the kitchens of Joel Robuchon and of the world famous La Tour dArgent. At the time of the Millennium Cup, he was the Executive chef of the Crillon Hotel.

All four chefs are also battling to have one of their dishes named as the Millennium Dish.

This episode is in Japanese with no English subtitles. It is presented here as it originally aired in Japan with all commercials and breaks intact. Enjoy.
Judges: Goro Inagaki, Ryoko Hirose, Tetsuya Watari, Chua Lam, Kazuko Hosoki
Iron Chef: Iron Chef Japanese Rokusaburo Michiba
Theme Ingredient: Kobe Beef
Challenger: Dominique Bouchet
O. A.: 1/5/2000
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: None
Last Download: Apr 22, 2017 10:16 AM
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Posted By: Ripplin
Posted On: Dec 14, 2012 03:36 PM
Still not the end!

Nice second battle. What I'd like to now is what that crazy thing Michiba used was! Sea creature? Fungus? Veggie? It reminded me of several things. (obviously) Speaking of Michiba, it was interesting that he was chosen as the second Iron Chef to do a battle rather than Sakai, or even Morimoto if they wanted a Japanese Iron Chef. But, of course, they like to bring him in for special occasions, so no surprise there, really. The final scores were much closer in this battle, which was nice.

Again, fun to see the commercials, and a nice little surprise at the end as regards the Millenium dish itself. :)

P.S. Watari's voice is awesome!

Posted By: Miwa
Posted On: Jan 04, 2013 04:47 AM
That is ...

Hi Ripplin,

What you were surprised at and Michiba used were stomach of cow! :)  The big gray-beige one and looks like a coral, right?

That is also used in Italian cuisine, and sometimes called "Honeycomb"(Hachi-no-su) in Japan. Looks very similar, right? :P

Because it is very fresh, it can be used. Very unusual ingredient!

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