Selena makes her way around her brand-new kitchen as French chef Ludo Lefevbre helps her make a French omelet and cheese souffle. She's at her house, Ludo's at his - and they're going to see if they can make a meal together, apart.
With her signature feel-good cooking style, executive chef and cookbook author Antonia Lofaso helps Selena dive into her daunting first seafood tostada.
“Golden girl of wellness” Candice Kumai heats up Selena's kitchen with a health-forward spicy miso ramen recipe before Selena tries her best not to overheat the matcha chocolate chip cookies.
Selena teams up with the godfather of the modern food truck movement, Roy Choi, to make some dangerously delicious Korean BBQ breakfast tacos and Hawaiian malasadas. As Roy masterfully incorporates Selena’s suggestions into his recipes in real-time, a surprise guest pops in to cheer Chef Gomez on. Let’s just hope our girl doesn’t get distracted by the cute boy on her line.
Selena bows down to two iconic chefs who’ve been behind many, many dinners in her life: restaurateurs, authors, and BFFs Jon and Vinny. Together, they attempt to make roasted chicken with cilantro sauce and a tomato bruschetta appetizer - but will the chicken’s grimy inside bits make this a recipe for disaster for Selena?
The great Nancy Silverton helps Selena craft an ambitious vegetable buffet - but before Selena and her friends can dig into the stunning multi-color bounty, a series of hilarious technical difficulties brings Selena’s kitchen to its knees. Will dinner be served? TBD.