The Dotch Cooking Show (Japanese: どっちの料理ショー Hepburn: Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) (April 17, 1997 – March 17, 2005) was a Japanese cooking show produced by the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and known for its use of the highest quality and most expensive food ingredients available from both domestic and international sources. In the show two chefs prepare two competing dishes, each using a special premium ingredient, but the dish that is ultimately served at the end of the show is determined by majority vote of the panelists, and then served only to those who voted for that dish. The show is continued by the (新どっちの料理ショー Shin Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) from April 14, 2005.

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  • The Dotch Cooking Show (Japanese: どっちの料理ショー Hepburn: Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) (April 17, 1997 – March 17, 2005) was a Japanese cooking show produced by the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and known for its use of the highest quality and most expensive food ingredients available from both domestic and international sources. In the show two chefs prepare two competing dishes, each using a special premium ingredient, but the dish that is ultimately served at the end of the show is determined by majority vote of the panelists, and then served only to those who voted for that dish. The show is continued by the (新どっちの料理ショー Shin Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) from April 14, 2005. (en)
  • The Dotch Cooking Show (Japanese: どっちの料理ショー, Hepburn: Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) (April 17, 1997 – March 17, 2005) was a Japanese cooking show produced by the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and known for its use of the highest quality and most expensive food ingredients available from both domestic and international sources. In the show two chefs prepare two competing dishes, each using a special premium ingredient, but the dish that is ultimately served at the end of the show is determined by majority vote of the panelists, and then served only to those who voted for that dish. The show is continued by the (新どっちの料理ショー, Shin Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) from April 14, 2005. (en)
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  • The Dotch Cooking Show (Japanese: どっちの料理ショー Hepburn: Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) (April 17, 1997 – March 17, 2005) was a Japanese cooking show produced by the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and known for its use of the highest quality and most expensive food ingredients available from both domestic and international sources. In the show two chefs prepare two competing dishes, each using a special premium ingredient, but the dish that is ultimately served at the end of the show is determined by majority vote of the panelists, and then served only to those who voted for that dish. The show is continued by the (新どっちの料理ショー Shin Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) from April 14, 2005. (en)
  • The Dotch Cooking Show (Japanese: どっちの料理ショー, Hepburn: Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) (April 17, 1997 – March 17, 2005) was a Japanese cooking show produced by the Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation and known for its use of the highest quality and most expensive food ingredients available from both domestic and international sources. In the show two chefs prepare two competing dishes, each using a special premium ingredient, but the dish that is ultimately served at the end of the show is determined by majority vote of the panelists, and then served only to those who voted for that dish. The show is continued by the (新どっちの料理ショー, Shin Dotchi no Ryōri Shō) from April 14, 2005. (en)
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