DadLabs is proud to present the Infant Chef of America Challenge. In this culinary smackdown, Chef Clay takes on Chef Angelique and Chef Rock'En to see who can create the best dish for a baby using only the Beaba Babycook. The secret ingredient fo...
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Infant Chef of America Male: Welcome to Infant Chef of America Challenge. As you know, on our show, the chefs must prepare everything with the Baby Beaba and today's mystery ingredient. And now, the secret ingredient for today's Infant Chef of America challenge, carrots. Chef Clay: For my recipe, I'm pretty much just going to make steamed carrots because babies like that. And we're talking about little babies. So I'm just going to basically chop up a carrot and then use the Beaba Babycook. It's really, really easy. All you have to do, it you put the water in. We already covered that. Then you take the chopped carrots and you put them in the basket here. And you just drop those right in. And then you take this basket and you put it in the Babycook like that. And then throw the lid on. And make sure it's locked in place. And then you hit the steam. And away she goes. So I don't really have much to do. Chef Rock'en: I'm going to spice it up a little bit here. Everybody knows that spicy things, it’s the best. So right here, we got some peppers. Got us some jalapeno peppers. And let's see here, put in a little hot sauce right there. Some good ole American lard right there. Put that in there. Let's get a little extra, extra lard. And nothing tops it off like a little of that right there, about half of that, a little more. Save some for me. Here we go. Okay. And now we're going to put that thing on right there. We're going to turn it on and just sit back and wait. Chef Angelique: After having traveled so many places in Europe, I like for children to have the taste of the world really. I think it's important to have the palette well versed. And a little wine here and there is not bad at all. And a dash of olive oil, very good. Chef Clay: Have you ever actually seen a child? Chef Angelique: Do not question my chefery. Chef Clay: I'll be over here. Male: Chefs, stop your steaming and present your meals. Chef Clay: Hey, wait a minute. You can't make chicken wings with a Beaba Babycook. And that one's got grill marks. Chef Rock'en: I did. Chef Angelique: Voila. Chef Rock'en: I did the whole thing, whole thing. Chef Clay: This is ridiculous. You guys totally cheated. Chef Rock'en: They are good too. Male: And now the meals are prepared. Now it's time to present them to our panel of judges. Who will win? Chef Clay: Yes. Yeah. Take that, junior. Put that in your kettle and cook it Chef Lady. Yes. Male: So tell me how does it feel? Chef Angelique: It's okay. I guess I thought that accent would help me cook better. I don't know. I mean, I thought I had it in the bag. I guess I was wrong. Male: Clearly you were. Thanks for coming. So tell me, how does it feel not to win? Chef Rock'en: Well, I don't know why they wouldn't feel that baby them wings. They're good. Male: You heard it here. So tell me Clay, what does it feel like to be the new Infant Chef of America? Chef Clay: It feels pretty good although I'm not technically an infant. And I'm happy because I've discovered I like making baby food. But really all the credit has to go to the Beaba Babycook because it made it so simple. I'm a total idiot in the kitchen and my wife tells me a lot. Male: You heard it here first. Thanks to Baby Beaba. He is the new Infant Chef of America. Good job. Chef Clay: Yeah thanks, that's cool. Male: Excellent. Chef Clay: Awesome. What do I get? Male: Nothing. Chef Clay: Okay. That's cool.

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