Testing the Cutthroat Sabotages: When a Standard Whisk Won't Do

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Moose Antlers vs. Giant Whisk 02:15

Will the chefs be able to use moose antlers to make chocolate mousse?

Just last week FN Dish introduced fans to the first in a series of Testing the Sabotage videos that highlight exactly how  Cutthroat Kitchen sabotages come to be. So many have questioned whether or not the challenges are indeed possible for competitors to conquer within their time constraints, and with these all-new videos, it's now clear that the answer is yes; every sabotage Alton auctions off has been vetted by Food Network's culinary team, and now you have the chance to watch those tests unfold.

Click the play button on the video above to check out how the giant-whisk sabotage featured on tonight's brand-new episode was approved for air, and learn what kind of experimenting had to be done in order to arrive at that conclusion.

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