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  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Things get evil when a chef must tediously separate grains of rice to make risotto. A chef's patience is tested as they wait, and wait and wait for their number to be called at the Cutthroat Kitchen Deli. And revenge is best served cold when one chef must chisel their ingredients from a block of ice.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    The kitchen erupts in flames when one chef cooks with Alton's jungle torch. Later, an oversized fondue pot leads to an oversized mess.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Things get sizzling when two chefs cook steak over a romantic candlelit dinner. Then one chef is cut down to size while stuck with a giant whisk as their only tool. Finally one chef learns making cake is no cake walk when forced to walk around the kitchen on cake boxes!

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    As they make gnocchi, one chef has to wear a potato masher on their hand. Then someone cooks drunken noodles on a keg of fire. Finally, someone has to make thumbprint cookies without the use of their thumbs.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Three chefs have to make fish stew in a canoe. Another chef has to make pasta carbonara in a moving mine cart. Finally, one chef has to use a chemistry set to make pound cake.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Two chefs have to get their ingredients for a deli sandwich from a vending machine. Then, two chefs have to cook each other's tacos. Finally, one chef takes a lazy "sundae" drive around the kitchen all in the hopes of winning over special guest judge Anne Burrell.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Three chefs have to make fish stew in a canoe. Another chef has to make pasta carbonara in a moving mine cart. Finally, one chef has to use a chemistry set to make pound cake.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Two chefs have to get their ingredients for a deli sandwich from a vending machine. Then, two chefs have to cook each other's tacos. Finally, one chef takes a lazy "sundae" drive around the kitchen all in the hopes of winning over special guest judge Anne Burrell.

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  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Two chefs have to get their ingredients for a deli sandwich from a vending machine. Then, two chefs have to cook each other's tacos. Finally, one chef takes a lazy "sundae" drive around the kitchen all in the hopes of winning over special guest judge Anne Burrell.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Three chefs have to make fish stew in a canoe. Another chef has to make pasta carbonara in a moving mine cart. Finally, one chef has to use a chemistry set to make pound cake.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Two chefs have to get their ingredients for a deli sandwich from a vending machine. Then, two chefs have to cook each other's tacos. Finally, one chef takes a lazy "sundae" drive around the kitchen all in the hopes of winning over special guest judge Anne Burrell.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Three chefs have to make fish stew in a canoe. Another chef has to make pasta carbonara in a moving mine cart. Finally, one chef has to use a chemistry set to make pound cake.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    As they make gnocchi, one chef has to wear a potato masher on their hand. Then someone cooks drunken noodles on a keg of fire. Finally, someone has to make thumbprint cookies without the use of their thumbs.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Things get sizzling when two chefs cook steak over a romantic candlelit dinner. Then one chef is cut down to size while stuck with a giant whisk as their only tool. Finally one chef learns making cake is no cake walk when forced to walk around the kitchen on cake boxes!

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    The kitchen erupts in flames when one chef cooks with Alton's jungle torch. Later, an oversized fondue pot leads to an oversized mess.

  • Cutthroat Kitchen

    Things get evil when a chef must tediously separate grains of rice to make risotto. A chef's patience is tested as they wait, and wait and wait for their number to be called at the Cutthroat Kitchen Deli. And revenge is best served cold when one chef must chisel their ingredients from a block of ice.

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About Alton Brown

Alton Brown, host of Good Eats, appears regularly on Food Network Star, Iron Chef America and Cutthroat Kitchen. More

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