The chefs hash it out over mac and cheese loaf and one chef's appetizer is a cut above the rest. Popcorn spices things up in the entree round where all three chefs struggle to marry some unusual ingredients. In the dessert round, the proof is in the butterscotch pudding as the chefs mirror each other's desserts.
Four chefs find themselves in a pickle at the start of this episode. Competition heats up in the entree round as one chef gets the cold (pork) shoulder. A boozy basket yields two spectacular desserts, leaving the judges with a very difficult decision.
Things really heat up as four chefs tug at our heartstrings in this emotional episode of Chopped Canada. In the appetizer round, the competition tries not to choke on processed cheese and baked beans. The entree forces them to sharpen their skills with razor clams and hickory sticks. Another family favorite makes an appearance in the dessert round, finding one chef right in his comfort zone.
A seafood laden basket forces the chefs to shuck against time in the appetizer round. Things take flight after that, when the quail hits the floor. It's ice cream vs. ice cream in the dessert round as one chef's shot at $10K melts away.
In this cavity-inducing episode of Chopped Canada, a different childhood sweet appears in each basket. Our four chefs must really dig deep as they look to marry candy and fish, duck and snack cakes and relish and graham crackers in this sweet episode.
Chefs squabble for first place in the appetizer round and chemistry finds its way into the kitchen. A creative use of rambutan sets one chef apart from the rest in the entree round. Will experience trump ingenuity when it comes to incorporating radishes and feta cheese in a showstopping dessert?
Clams prove surprisingly difficult in the first round for these four chefs. Kimchi strikes a tangy note in the entree round, but a bold use of this one ingredient cannot make up for the quality of others. Durian for dessert is a welcome, but stinky, challenge for two chefs whose inventiveness knows no bounds.
It's do(nut) or die as the chefs ramp up for the first round. Octopus challenges the chefs to come up with three very different entrees, but ultimately, it's all about the pastry as the final chefs face off to create a dessert that will save them from the chopping block.
Strawberry and sausage stump four fabulous chefs in the appetizer round. An offal entree basket sets one chef apart from the rest, but will it be enough to survive the chopping block and win it all? A marriage of marzipan and tarragon brings things to a brittle finish!
A common breakfast ingredient causes the chefs to fritter away time and key ingredients miss making the plate. Miso paste challenges the palate in a salty entree basket and an eel of a surprise in the dessert round leaves the chefs looking for inventive ways to present old favorites.
This candy filled episode pits Quebec chefs against Ontario chefs in a heated battle for Chopped Canada Champion. Black licorice and candy coated chocolates cause sweet struggles in the first two rounds, while a basket of woodsy and spicy flavors turns things upside down when it comes time for dessert.
A lunch lady, a dinner theater chef, a prodigal daughter and a small town cook with big city dreams battle to prove they are worthy of the title of Chopped Canada Champion. The chefs are dealt a slippery hand as they must work with smelts and smoky eel.
It's a battle of the wings in round one as the chefs jockey for a spot at the fryer and one chef's chicken is well underdone. There's a lot at stake when three chefs try to combine a traditional Japanese vegetable with a classic childhood snack. An ambitious dessert effort impresses the judges, but will it hold up?