Food Network's Katie Lee and Cooking Channel's Laura Vitale are dressed to kill Bobby Flay's record. It's between Denver chef Jennifer Jasinski and New Jersey restaurateur Eric Levine to face off for the coveted chance to Beat Bobby Flay.
Kentucky chef Anthony Lamas and Washington chef Jennifer Nguyen leave the comfort of their own kitchens and bring the battle to the Big Apple for a chance to Beat Bobby Flay. Lucky for them, Bobby's own mentor, Chef Jonathan Waxman and Food Network's Sunny Anderson are gunning for the best chef to take him down. Will Bobby remain victorious or will one of these chefs get to say, "I just Beat Bobby Flay!"?
Tensions are on the rise as The Kitchen's Sunny Anderson and Spring Baking Championship host Bobby Deen try their best to get Bobby Flay beat. They've brought in young gun Ty Leon and culinary talent Caprial Pence, who both want the sweet taste of victory!
Chopped host Ted Allen pairs up with chef Anne Burrell to weigh in on which contender has the best chance at handing Bobby Flay a loss. Caribbean comfort food chef Justin Gaines and St. Louis barbecue tycoon Mike Johnson hope their plate packs the punch needed to get Ted and Anne's vote.
This might be Bobby Flay's house, but that doesn't mean he knows what's around every corner! Three of Bobby's closest friends are playing by his rules just to take him down, as Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon go head-to-head in the arena and Katie Lee leads the charge.
Food Network personalities Katie Lee and Simon Majumdar have their sights set on victory as Southerner Keri Moser faces off against New Englander Clark Frasier for the chance to prove just how good their skills at the stove are. Will Bobby Flay escape with his apron intact?
Style walks into the kitchen when Harlem's very own Marcus Samuelsson and Los Angeles' finest Michael Voltaggio arrive to conquer Mount Flay. They're counting on dim sum master Ed Harris or seafood connoisseur Jason McLeod to help get to the top.
Standing up to Bobby Flay is no easy feat, unless you're stand-up comedian Colin Quinn and the ever-so-dashing Katie Lee! They've brought two New York chefs who definitely can withstand the heat, Alex Guarnaschelli's protege Diane Vista-Wayne and Daniel Boulud's protege Lauren Brown.
It's an East Coast battle as New Yorker Brian Tsao and Maryland's Adam Harvey duke it out for their chance to knock Bobby off his throne. Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Food Network star Anne Burrell try to whip these contenders into shape as only one of them will get the opportunity to Beat Bobby Flay.
Bobby Flay better bust out his rolling pin! Texas pastry chef Amanda Rockman and blast from Bobby's past Vicki Wells roll into the arena for a chance at sweet victory. Chopped's Ted Allen and actress Busy Philipps will see who can rise to the occasion.
Celebrity chef and author Curtis Stone teams up with Michael Symon to rattle Bobby. Rhode Island's Chef Antonio Franco goes head-to-head against New York Chef Luke Venner for the chance to take on Bobby Flay.
With Sunday's big game only days away, Bobby Flay's chef friends Josh Capon and Alex Guarnaschelli want to ensure that his competitive spirit is up to snuff. Silent but deadly chef Lee Chizmar and king of the modern steakhouse Todd Mark Miller are here to show Bobby who the real MVP is.
The powerhouse duo of Giada De Laurentiis and Michael Symon team up once again to take down their "friend" Bobby Flay. Global chef David deCastro takes on Japanese-born chef Taichi Kitamura, for the honor to take on the champion in his house.
Onions get chopped and garlic gets smashed when Vietnamese-born Thoa Nguyen does battle with high-end chef Jason Hippen. Chefs Anne Burrell and Scott Conant decide who has the cuisine to reign supreme.
In the battle of Brooklyn's finest, young buck Jordan Andino and industry pro Jennifer Cole-Ruiz duke it out for the chance to get in the ring with Bobby Flay. Pulling no punches, Food Network vet Anne Burrell and Chopped judge Chris Santos are hell-bent on picking the best chef to knock Bobby to the mat.
Cooking Channel's Haylie Duff and Food Network's Curtis Stone aim to knock their friend Bobby Flay down a couple of pegs, as Washington, D.C. veteran Todd Gray and Maryland's French-trained Gabonese caterer Serge Pambo go mano-a-mano for a shot at the champ.
It's the king of fried food versus the king of brunch, as chef Thomas Boemer sizes up against chef Darnell Ferguson to take Bobby Flay's crown. With Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and resident Chopped judge Marc Murphy, these chefs have all support they need to take the throne.
Brooke Burke-Charvet and Alton Brown storm the castle to dethrone Bobby. Chef Jeremy Hanlon brings his beach flare against self-made native New York chef Alex Diaz for the chance to take on the king.
Bobby Flay has invited two of his most elegant friends to the arena for a classic dinner battle: the Barefoot Contessa herself, Ina Garten, and actor Neil Patrick Harris. Duking it out are veteran Indian chef, Thomas John, and a blast from Bobby's past, personal chef Gail Arnold.
Private chef Eric Adjepong goes up against California native Frank Otte to see whose food can win the hearts of The Chew's Daphne Oz and Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer. Will Bobby Flay be left broken-hearted this Valentine's Day?
Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli hope that they've got all their Bobby Flay-beating bases covered, as they bring in fine-dining steakhouse chef Admir Alibasic and Asian street food master Jason Tom to throw Bobby off his game.
Actor Steve Schirripa and the toughest judge on Food Network, Simon Majumdar, have their sights set on beating Bobby Flay. Boston chef Dave Bazirgan sharpens his knives to take on "Mr. Downtown" Stephen Jones, for the ultimate chance to cook against Bobby.
Barbecue fusion master Robert Cho and over-the-top Brian Malarkey are hungry for a win. Food Network's Sunny Anderson and chef Josh Capon will be serving one of them up to Bobby Flay.
The winds of fortune are blowing for Toronto's David Adjey and Chicago's Cory Morris. It's up to Chopped judge Scott Conant and Internet star Hannah Hart to decide who will go up against Bobby Flay.
Ted Allen and Sunny Anderson step into the arena, but this time they're switching things up to ensure a win. They've brought in Bobby Flay's friend and chef, Stephen Kalt, and Marc Vetri's protege, Brad Spence, in hopes of knocking Bobby down a peg or two.