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what do "I got you covered" and "how can you beat that" mean here?

These two sentences are said by a chef in a cooking show. At the beginning he says: today we'll prepare so and so, then the desert will be.., I got you covered.

Then he says: these foods will stick to your ribs and make you feel good, "how can you beat that"?

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For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    I got you covered = means I have/I will take care of you.

    Example:

    F1: I am not sure what I'll make for dessert.
    F2: Don't worry, I got you covered. I am going to show you how to make a dessert that everyone will love.

    How can you beat that means it could not be any better.

    Example:

    F1: I have a free plane ticket anywhere in the world and $1,000 to spend at the hotel of my choice. How can you beat that?

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