Chopped All-Stars: Celebrity Chefs Compete for Charity

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On Chopped All-Stars, 16 chefs you know and love are competing to win $50,000 for their favorite charity. Check out which organization each chef is playing for.

Round One:
Brad Sorenson: American Cancer Society
Debbie Lee: The Medici Foundation
Lisa Garza: Vogel Alcove
Michael Proietti: The Jed Foundation
Round Two:
Robert Irvine: World Outreach Ministries
Round Three:
Round Four:
Amanda Freitag: God’s Love We Deliver
Geoffrey Zakarian: The Kimmins Foundation
Maneet Chauhan: Clinton Global Initiative

Bonus: We asked Chopped host Ted Allen to share the charity he'd play for if he were in the contestants' shoes. He said he'd support the Point Foundation.

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