The Next Iron Chef: Redemption, Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli is one of 10 rival chefs competing on Food Network’s The Next Iron Chef: Redemption.

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Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli as seen on Food Network's, Next Iron Chef Season 5

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

Rival Chef Alex Guarnaschelli cooks for the Chairman's Challenge "Resourcefulness" as seen on Food Network's Next Iron Chef, Redemption, Season 5.

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

Rival Chef Amanda Freitag hugs fellow safe Rival Chef Elizabeth Falkner after the for the "White Bread" as seen on Food Network's Season 5.

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli Competing on The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs

Rival-Chef Alex Guarnaschelli plating for the Chairman's Challenge "Stadium Food" in Episode 2 as seen on Food Network Next Iron Chef Season 4.

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli Competing on The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs

Rival-Chef Alex Guarnaschelli cooking for the Chairman's Challenge "Improvisation" in Episode 4 as seen on Food Network Next Iron Chef Season 4.

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli With Rival Chefs and Alton Brown

Cast of Next Iron Chef as seen on Food Network's, Next Iron Chef Season 5

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