Food Network vet Alton Brown and Travel Channel host Adam Richman know losing is never sweet. To ensure that doesn't happen, they've brought in pastry chefs Josh Johnson and Dana Cree, who both want the sweet rush of victory!
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.
The "Bear," Hal Holden-Bache, stands against model-turned-chef Derek Orrell in an all-out culinary battle. Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and The Chew's Daphne Oz will decide which chef gets the chance to take down Bobby Flay.
Little Italy is in the house when Naples-born Raffaele Ronca goes up against Italian expert Ken Vedrinski. Food Network veterans Anne Burrell and Scott Conant bring their expertise to the arena to get Bobby Flay beat!
Amanda Freitag and Jet Tila are ready to compete, as they pit Italian chef Fabio Mura against Miami chef Nicole Votano. It's up to them to decide who has the chops to bring Bobby Flay down in his own kitchen.
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.
The Kitchen's Katie Lee and chef Marcus Samuelsson hold nothing back as they aim to get Bobby Flay beat. They take no chances with Canada's own Alida Solomon and Italian-born Pasquale Cozzolino.
It's the king of fried food versus the king of brunch, as chef Thomas Boemer sizes up against chef Darnell Ferguson to take Bobby Flay's crown. With Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and resident Chopped judge Marc Murphy, these chefs have all support they need to take the throne.
Actor Steve Schirripa and the toughest judge on Food Network, Simon Majumdar, have their sights set on beating Bobby Flay. Boston chef Dave Bazirgan sharpens his knives to take on "Mr. Downtown" Stephen Jones, for the ultimate chance to cook against Bobby.
Food Network's Scott Conant and Cooking Channel's Laura Vitale are bringing their Italian flare to crush Bobby Flay's record. It's between San Diego chef Nicolas Bour and Charleston, S.C.'s RJ Moody to make sure they are number one in the kitchen.