Go Behind the Scenes: Take a Photo Tour of the Cutthroat Kitchen Set

Take an insider's look at the Cutthroat Kitchen set, including the infamous and evilicious pantry.

While Cutthroat Kitchen may serve as home to Food Network's most-diabolical cooking arena, it's also a fully functional and well-outfitted kitchen, brimming with hundreds of ingredients, dozens of pots and pans, and enough tools and equipment to arm four chefs in battle — plus a single briefcase filled with $100,000, of course. Recently FN Dish traveled to the set of Cutthroat Kitchen for an insider's look at what makes the space so special, including its close-quartered pantry, wall-to-wall shelves of gear and the chalkboard full of evilicious inspiration. We also caught up with Katie Allen, the show's culinary producer, who's responsible for equipping the kitchen, and she dished that during each week of filming, her team accepts a delivery of "43 boxes of vegetables, fruits and herbs," and that's just for the fresh produce. When it comes to food prep, there are some "86 pots and pans available on set"; for plating, no fewer than "27 varieties of plates, 16 varieties of bowls, 9 different types of glasses, and 21 different types of small dipping bowls, plates and spoon options" are available to the chefs during the contest.

Click the photo below to check out a behind-the-scenes photo tour of the set and peek inside the refrigerator, and look up close at the myriad ingredients, serving pieces, tools and utensils at the ready in each battle.

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