Scott Conant and Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott welcome two contenders who have visited Bobby Flay's house, but left with a sour taste in their mouths. Texan Blythe Beck brings back her bold Southern cuisine, while New York's Angelo Sosa comes armed with his Dominican flair. Only one will get the chance to silence their Beat Bobby Flay demons.
Silent assassin Bruce Kalman has unfinished business to attend to, while young hot-shot Jordan Andino is out to prove he's come a long way since his last match with Bobby Flay. The chef who faces Bobby hopes that having Food Network stars Sunny Anderson and Jeff Mauro in his corner will be enough to earn the redemption he seeks.
Michael Symon and Debi Mazar, two of Bobby Flay's closest friends, stop by for a visit, but their intentions aren't all good. They've brought back Ukrainian-born chef Natasha Pogrebinsky and Alex Guarnaschelli protege, Michael Jenkins, for another shot at some highly coveted bragging rights.
Dallas caterer Tre Wilcox returns to Bobby Flay's house hoping his bold flavors will be enough to get him the victory that escaped his grasp last time around, but Kentucky chef Anthony Lamas has other ideas as he plans to unleash his Latin flavors to bring down the champ. Only one has what it takes to arm Geoffrey Zakarian and Daphne Oz with something to razz Bobby about.
Food expert Simon Majumdar and Cooking Channel host Debi Mazar have a sweet surprise in store for Bobby Flay: They've brought in scarily-gifted chefs Justin Burke-Samson and Tommy Juliano for the chance to trick Bobby Flay with their signature treats.
New York chefs Geoffrey Zakarian and Amanda Freitag step into the arena with one goal in mind: Beat Bobby Flay! Globetrotter Chef Tim Freeman takes on Boston native Chef Nookie Postal for the chance to take down the original Iron Chef.
Food Network's Katie Lee and Alex Guarnaschelli don't hesitate to put all their eggs in one basket when it comes to beating Bobby Flay. Spanish-language cooking show host, Chef Giovanna Huyke and caterer Jennifer Bajsel bring the sass before the winner takes on Bobby.
Food Network's Michael Symon and Geoffrey Zakarian talk turkey as they conspire to squash Bobby Flay. They've brought Emmy-nominated Rhode Island chef Nick Rabar to go head-to-head with all-American New York chef Jeff Haskel, but only one will carve out a win.
It's an upstream battle as hotel chef Roy Breiman and restaurant chef Vaughn Crenshaw go head-to-head for the chance to beat Bobby Flay. Chopped judge Scott Conant and Today Show co-host Willie Geist cast their lines for the best chef to take him down.
It's deli versus New Delhi as experienced New York chef Ric Orlando battles self-taught Kiran Verma from Houston for the chance to corner Bobby Flay. Worst Cooks in America host Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Spike Mendelsohn bring their culinary expertise to the arena to get Bobby beat!
Chopped host Ted Allen and comedian Margaret Cho don't play by the rules when it comes to taking down Bobby Flay. To do their dirty work, they've brought in renegade chefs Diane DiMeo and Ian Russo to put culinary golden boy Bobby in his place.
Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and magician Penn Jillette are hoping for a Christmas miracle, beating Bobby Flay. Moroccan French chef Adil Fawzi and New Jersey chef Ariane Duarte faceoff in the hopes of receiving the best gift of all, a win over Bobby.
Ring the bell because television personalities Rachael Ray and Ross Mathews are in the house and are holding nothing back as they aim to get Bobby Flay beat! They leave nothing to chance with Washington's favorite Indian chef, K.N. Vinod, and owner of eight restaurants, Chef Gavin Fine.