Food Network personalities Katie Lee and Simon Majumdar have their sights set on victory as Southerner Keri Moser faces off against New Englander Clark Frasier for the chance to prove just how good their skills at the stove are. Will Bobby Flay escape with his apron intact?
It's old school versus new school as experienced chef Andrew Evans battles the up and coming chef Brooke Mallory for the chance to Beat Bobby Flay. Here to spice things up are Food Network star Scott Conant and food critic Katie Lee. Who will get to go up against Bobby and who will go home?
Larger-than-life Alex Reznik brings his kosher cuisine against Reno, Nev.'s Colin Smith in this battle for bragging rights. Iron Chef Michael Symon and soap star Susan Lucci bring the drama and the heat to take Bobby Flay down!
Actress Laura Prepon and The Chew's Daphne Oz team up to get Bobby Flay beat. Bobby's protegee Leia Gaccione has a surprise in store for her old mentor, while New York restaurateur Einat Admony is out for redemption since her last match on Throwdown with Bobby Flay.
Chopped's Ted Allen and Amanda Freitag stop by the arena with one goal in mind: Beat Bobby Flay! Italian-born chef Patrick D'Andrea takes on Canadian chef Rob Feenie for the chance to stare down the master.
The claws are out as The Kitchen's Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee try their best to get Bobby Flay beat. They've brought in polar opposites, sweet but ferocious Angie Berry and Italian stallion Giuliano Matarese, who are both gunning for victory.
Bobby Flay's pals are coming in hot from the west and east coast to take him down at his own game! Michael Symon is here to settle the score, as he pits New York chef Alex Guarnaschelli against LA chef Jet Tila in this all-out battle of friends.
Michael Symon and Giada De Laurentiis team up to bring in two talented chefs who won't back down: Italian chef Giulio Adriani and Texan chef Kristine Kittrell. Who will have what it takes to boot Bobby out of his own kitchen?
Food Network Southern belles Katie Lee and Damaris Phillips aren't all hugs and kisses as they conspire to crush Bobby Flay. New Mexico-born chef, Carlos Baez, takes on Long Island, N.Y., chef Steven Scalesse, for the chance to break Bobby's heart on Valentine's Day.
Chopped's Alex Guarnaschelli and sports anchor Kenny Mayne have analyzed, scrutinized and teamed up to score one over Bobby Flay. Their MVPs, executive chefs Jeff Williams and Kevin Templeton, go head-to-head, as only one can face off with the man himself.
Ted Allen and Sunny Anderson step into the arena, but this time they're switching things up to ensure a win. They've brought in Bobby Flay's friend and chef, Stephen Kalt, and Marc Vetri's protege, Brad Spence, in hopes of knocking Bobby down a peg or two.
Food Network's Giada De Laurentiis and The Chew's Daphne Oz are all toil and trouble as they cast a spell to beat Bobby Flay. Chefs Jeffrey Hansell and Meghann Ward look to scare Bobby out of his own kitchen.
Honolulu's Shaymus Alwin faces off with Boston restaurateur Jeremy Sewall for the chance to take Bobby Flay's crown. With The Kitchen's Katie Lee and resident Cutthroat Kitchen judge Simon Majumdar, these chefs have all the support they need to put Bobby in hot water.
This might be Bobby Flay's house, but that doesn't mean he knows what's around every corner! Three of Bobby's closest friends are playing by his rules just to take him down, as Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon go head-to-head in the arena and Katie Lee leads the charge.
Funny guys, comedian Judah Friedlander and Iron Chef Michael Symon team up for a battle that is no laughing matter -- finding a competitor to Beat Bobby Flay! They'll be watching Cali's Jason Fullilove duke it out against New York's Billy Oliva to see who has what it takes to book Bobby out of his own arena.
Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Anne Burrell have their eyes on the prize: taking down Bobby Flay in his own arena. Surf Chef Raphael Lunetta and Cowboy Chef Jake Gandolfo bring the heat before the winner takes on Bobby.
Baltimore restaurateur Cindy Wolf and Southern belle Stacie Vande Wetering are put to the test as they aim to teach Bobby Flay a thing or two in the kitchen. Keeping score are Worst Cooks in America host Anne Burrell and All Star Academy's Curtis Stone.
Chopped judge Alex Guarnaschelli and Cutthroat Kitchen's Alton Brown have arrived in the arena with their eye on the prize: Beating Bobby Flay in his house. Former body-builder, Chef Alina Eisenhauer flexes her muscle against New York's Chef Joe Dobias in a battle for the ages.
New York chefs Geoffrey Zakarian and Amanda Freitag step into the arena with one goal in mind: Beat Bobby Flay! Globetrotter Chef Tim Freeman takes on Boston native Chef Nookie Postal for the chance to take down the original Iron Chef.
This just in! News anchor Katie Couric and Bobby Flay's best friend Michael Symon team up to vet the chef who's going to take on Bobby in round two. It's up to Israeli chef Michael Ginor and Charlotte, N.C. darling Alyssa Gorelick to prove they have what it takes to face off with the master.
Austrian chef Daniel Angerer is out to prove that his last win over Bobby Flay was no fluke, while Jersey restaurateur Jamie Knott hopes to become the new star of Bobby's nightmares. TV personality Kristin Cavallari teams up with Bobby's old friend Geoffrey Zakarian in hopes of an epic win.
Ted Allen and actress Debi Mazar welcome two contenders who competed on Iron Chef America, but lost by one point. Chef Todd Stein faced Bobby Flay in battle mussels, while chef Paul Virant took on Iron Chef Morimoto. Now they're here to settle the score once and for all!
Actor Ben Feldman and The Kitchen's Katie Lee are ready for some action. They're bringing in jack-of-all-trades Jason Dady and Italian master Mike DeCamp to compete for the opportunity to best Bobby Flay.
Veggie master Daniel Angerer and barbecue guru Mike Johnson have been waiting in the wings for a second shot at Bobby Flay. Food Network's Katie Lee and cookbook author Daphne Oz will decide who gets the chance for redemption.
Style walks into the kitchen when Harlem's very own Marcus Samuelsson and Los Angeles' finest Michael Voltaggio arrive to conquer Mount Flay. They're counting on dim sum master Ed Harris or seafood connoisseur Jason McLeod to help get to the top.
Food Network vet Katie Lee and The Chew's Carla Hall have a sweet surprise in store for Bobby Flay. They've brought in the cream of the crop, chefs Bruno Feldeisen and Michelle Gayer, for a chance to sweeten the pot with a win.