One-on-One with the Heat 2 Winner of Cutthroat Kitchen: Superstar Sabotage
Alton Brown isn't shy about doling out diabolical sabotages to anyone and everyone who enters the hallowed Cutthroat Kitchen arena, including grandmas, firefighters, the judges he keeps on hand and the A-list chefs on Superstar Sabotage. In this brand-new series, 16 all-star professionals, all renowned in their field, have agreed to subject themselves to Alton's eviliciousness. While most will ultimately fall in their quest for Cutthroat glory, a few will shine — one in each of the four preliminary rounds and one of them again in the tournament finale. Check back to FN Dish after each episode to hear from the latest round's winner in an exclusive interview. If you haven't watched tonight's new episode, read no further, because we're about to break down the ins and outs of the battle.
It's not often that a Cutthroat Kitchen competitor manages to escape from the auction sabotage-free, but in tonight's tournament battle, Chef Justin Warner did just that — cook wholly unhindered — for not only but two rounds. After a doozy of a Round 1 showdown in which he faced two diabolical sabotages, he simply used his vast sum of money to forcefully sabotage his rivals, rendering himself free to prepare a bouillabaisse and a brownie sundae both so stellar that he was awarded Heat 2 glory and the opportunity to advance to the tournament finale.
Click the play button on the video below to hear from Justin in an exclusive interview.