In NBCs zippy, hour-long game show FOOD FIGHTERS, hosted by Adam Richman, one gutsy home cook takes on five pro chefs in each episode. The home cooks come armed with their five best recipes and in each round challenge one chef to make a similar dish. A panel of food-loving non-professionals judge the dishes in blind taste tests. If the majority rules that the amateurs version of the dish is best, he or she wins a cash prize; if the pro chef wins, the amateur gets no cash. Either way, he or she advances to the next round, another dish, and another chef to challenge. If the amateur wins each of five rounds, a cash prize of $100,000 is on the table, not to mention spectacular bragging rights.