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Heat 3: Glory on the Line
Heat 3: Glory on the Line

There are two finale spots left to fill and four chefs who want to claim one of them. Tune in tonight.

Testing the Sabotages
Testing the Sabotages

Before items are sold at auction, the culinary team attempts each one.

All-New on the After-Show
All-New on the After-Show

Judge Jet learned of the sweet sabotage a chef endured in the name of baklava.

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Exclusive: Chatting with Alton

Hear from the host as he looks back on one year of evilicious competition, then learn his dream sabotage.

Get to Know Alton
Get to Know Alton
Exclusive: Simon Speaks Out

Hear from judge Simon Majumdar as he shares his take on the contest and what he thinks it takes to win.

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  • One chef has to step up their game when they're forced to work on a traditional Japanese tea table, while another chef becomes crabby when forced to make a crab cake with a toy crab claw in one hand. Finally, a chef looks for a little R and R as they prepare all their food in a hammock.

  • Two chefs learn the true meaning of improvising when they're forced to switch dishes and sabotages in the middle of a challenge. Then, someone has to get innovative when they are given a loaf of sliced bread to use as a bread bowl for clam chowder. Finally, a chef is taken back to their childhood when they must harvest breading from chicken nuggets for their chicken fried steak.

  • Chefs Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Johnny Iuzzini and Damaris Phillips battle each other and sabotages such as a floating prep station, holding hands with another chef around the kitchen and having their mixing and cooking vessels replaced by lemons.

  • Elbows are the perfect pastas for macaroni, so one chef uses a metal plumbing elbow to do all of their cooking. One chef must play ring toss for their calamari rings while another chef gets the jitters trying to use a coffee maker to make coffee cake.

  • One chef gets their hands dirty when they dig up all of their ingredients from a wacky vegetable garden — that grows anything but vegetables. Then one chef gets punished for trying to "phone it in" during a pizza challenge.

  • Chefs Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Johnny Iuzzini and Damaris Phillips battle each other and sabotages such as a floating prep station, holding hands with another chef around the kitchen and having their mixing and cooking vessels replaced by lemons.

  • Elbows are the perfect pastas for macaroni, so one chef uses a metal plumbing elbow to do all of their cooking. One chef must play ring toss for their calamari rings while another chef gets the jitters trying to use a coffee maker to make coffee cake.

  • One chef gets their hands dirty when they dig up all of their ingredients from a wacky vegetable garden — that grows anything but vegetables. Then one chef gets punished for trying to "phone it in" during a pizza challenge.

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  • Two chefs learn the true meaning of improvising when they're forced to switch dishes and sabotages in the middle of a challenge. Then, someone has to get innovative when they are given a loaf of sliced bread to use as a bread bowl for clam chowder. Finally, a chef is taken back to their childhood when they must harvest breading from chicken nuggets for their chicken fried steak.

  • One chef gets their hands dirty when they dig up all of their ingredients from a wacky vegetable garden — that grows anything but vegetables. Then one chef gets punished for trying to "phone it in" during a pizza challenge.

  • Elbows are the perfect pastas for macaroni, so one chef uses a metal plumbing elbow to do all of their cooking. One chef must play ring toss for their calamari rings while another chef gets the jitters trying to use a coffee maker to make coffee cake.

  • Chefs Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Johnny Iuzzini and Damaris Phillips battle each other and sabotages such as a floating prep station, holding hands with another chef around the kitchen and having their mixing and cooking vessels replaced by lemons.

  • One chef gets their hands dirty when they dig up all of their ingredients from a wacky vegetable garden — that grows anything but vegetables. Then one chef gets punished for trying to "phone it in" during a pizza challenge.

  • Elbows are the perfect pastas for macaroni, so one chef uses a metal plumbing elbow to do all of their cooking. One chef must play ring toss for their calamari rings while another chef gets the jitters trying to use a coffee maker to make coffee cake.

  • Chefs Anne Burrell, Eric Greenspan, Johnny Iuzzini and Damaris Phillips battle each other and sabotages such as a floating prep station, holding hands with another chef around the kitchen and having their mixing and cooking vessels replaced by lemons.

  • Two chefs learn the true meaning of improvising when they're forced to switch dishes and sabotages in the middle of a challenge. Then, someone has to get innovative when they are given a loaf of sliced bread to use as a bread bowl for clam chowder. Finally, a chef is taken back to their childhood when they must harvest breading from chicken nuggets for their chicken fried steak.

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About the Host

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

About the Show

Just how far is a chef willing to go to win a cooking competition? Cutthroat Kitchen hands four chefs each $25,000 and the opportunity to spend that money on helping themselves or sabotaging their competitors. Ingredients will be thieved, utensils destroyed and valuable time on the clock lost when the chefs compete to cook delicious dishes while also having to outplot the competition. With Alton Brown as the devilish provocateur, nothing is out of bounds when money changes hands and we see just how far chefs will go to ensure they have the winning dish.

More About Cutthroat Kitchen

Just how far is a chef willing to go to win a cooking competition? Cutthroat Kitchen hands four chefs each $25,000 and the opportunity to spend that money on helping themselves or sabotaging their competitors. Ingredients will be thieved, utensils destroyed and valuable time on the clock lost when the chefs compete to cook delicious dishes while also having to outplot the competition. With Alton Brown as the devilish provocateur, nothing is out of bounds when money changes hands and we see just how far chefs will go to ensure they have the winning dish.

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