Geoffrey Zakarian

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  • The Kitchen

    The hosts start off with tips on how to grill chicken breast to perfection and how to grow fresh produce from kitchen scraps. They showcase a variety of dry and wet spice rubs and renowned baker Gesine Bullock-Prado stops by to make a delicious and easy Maple Cream Pie. Plus, a tipsy sweet tea and food fire starters for spring cookouts.

  • The Kitchen

    The hosts start off with tips on how to grill chicken breast to perfection and how to grow fresh produce from kitchen scraps. They showcase a variety of dry and wet spice rubs and renowned baker Gesine Bullock-Prado stops by to make a delicious and easy Maple Cream Pie. Plus, a tipsy sweet tea and food fire starters for spring cookouts.

  • Chopped

    In this must-watch, unprecedented event four previous runners-up return to see who can save face and finally become the Chopped Champion. But in the Appetizer Round one chef makes a mistake with potatoes that is surprising for someone who has competed before, while another chef gets reprimanded for some questionable behavior. Then in the Entrée Round, problems with butchering bass lead one contestant to a creative cooking method. Will it work? And the two finalists are thrilled to make a triumphant return to the Dessert Round, where the mystery ingredients promote colorful presentations. No Chopped winner has ever been so happy to come out victorious!

  • Chopped

    Four chefs from America's baseball stadiums arrive in the Chopped Kitchen hoping to be big hitters! In the first basket they get some typical game-day eats, including Italian sausage. Then in the second round, the chefs are pleased to see a beautiful flank steak. And the judges hope that the desserts are delicious, down to the last blueberry.

  • Chopped

    Does yuzu juice go with sturgeon? That's part of the first-round riddle that the competitors face. One chef's recollection of what he did with a mystery ingredient comes into question when facing the judges. In the second round, something orange and something green color the chefs' choices. And the two finalists find a spicy surprise in the dessert basket.

  • Chopped

    The chefs start off moving very fast in the appetizer round, trying to make stellar dishes from lump crabmeat and ice cream cones. But in the rush, one competitor forgets something important in the oven. Then thirsty for victory, the chefs find a sports drink in the basket in the entree round. And with carob syrup and spaghetti squash, what unusual dessert recipes will the final two competitors create on the fly?

  • Chopped

    The chefs are alarmed to see one of the ingredients in the appetizer basket staring back at them. Yet, that "heady" ingredient is not the challenging item for some of the competitors. Then in the entree round, one chef finds himself unexpectedly playing with fire, creating a dangerous situation. In the end, two finalists must find a way to combine yellow rice and persimmon.

  • Chopped

    It's four chefs, one family in a Chopped first when a mother, father, daughter and son who run a restaurant together compete to see who will become the Chopped Champion. The family opens up the first basket to find a flatbread and a strong citrus. Then with three family members left in the entree round, there is fish to de-bone and tofu to flavor. The last two chefs proudly fight for the title as they create desserts using lobster tail pastries and cinnamon chips.

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  • The Kitchen

    The hosts start off with tips on how to grill chicken breast to perfection and how to grow fresh produce from kitchen scraps. They showcase a variety of dry and wet spice rubs and renowned baker Gesine Bullock-Prado stops by to make a delicious and easy Maple Cream Pie. Plus, a tipsy sweet tea and food fire starters for spring cookouts.

  • Iron Chef America

    Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian faces off against challenger Eduard Frauneder, executive chef at Edi & The Wolf in New York. Judges are Jeffrey Steingarten, Cady Huffman, and John Curtas.

  • The Kitchen

    Jeff Mauro's grilling a delicious blackened hanger steak and Cooking Channel's Tiffani Thiessen shares her entertaining tips for an at-home pizza party. There's quick and easy snacks on the go, new tricks for hiding healthy ingredients in decadent desserts and tips on planting a kitchen herb garden. Plus, Geoffrey Zakarian's herb-infused cocktail.

  • Chopped

    This special competition is all about celebrating the sandwich, every "wich" way it may be prepared. The four competitors must get creative, starting with beef brisket appetizer sandwiches, but when two chefs make the same big mistakes, who will move on? The chefs must make entree-worthy sandwiches from pork shoulder and pate. And stacking up dessert sandwiches is so much fun, but what will the two finalists make with Thai curry paste and chocolate-covered espresso beans?

  • Chopped

    Four fearless home cooks put their pride on the line in the Chopped Kitchen. In the first basket, this group of awesome amateurs must transform spinach vinaigrette and chicken truffle sausages. Then in the entree round, will the chefs endeavor to be wildly creative with wild boar roast? And the finalists utilize some interesting techniques to makes something new from marshmallow chocolate cookies.

  • Chopped

    Four fearless home cooks put their pride on the line in the Chopped Kitchen. In the first basket, this group of awesome amateurs must transform spinach vinaigrette and chicken truffle sausages. Then in the entree round, will the chefs endeavor to be wildly creative with wild boar roast? And the finalists utilize some interesting techniques to makes something new from marshmallow chocolate cookies.

  • Chopped

    This special competition is all about celebrating the sandwich, every "wich" way it may be prepared. The four competitors must get creative, starting with beef brisket appetizer sandwiches, but when two chefs make the same big mistakes, who will move on? The chefs must make entree-worthy sandwiches from pork shoulder and pate. And stacking up dessert sandwiches is so much fun, but what will the two finalists make with Thai curry paste and chocolate-covered espresso beans?

  • Chopped

    In the first round, the competitors must very quickly compose dishes from escargot and biscuit dough. Then in the entree basket, the chefs find an unfamiliar produce and an unappealing pate. And will the judges be much obliged to eat two mochi and mango desserts?

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In 2011, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian won the fourth season of The Next Iron Chef. More

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