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Chopped All-Stars, Season 3: Meet the Chefs

Meet the chefs and celebrity competitors from Season 3 of Chopped All-Stars.
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Round 1: Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro won the seventh season of Food Network Star and now hosts Sandwich King and the prime-time series $24 in 24. He previously pursued a career as an entertainer and a comedian in Los Angeles, before returning to what he loves — cooking. Jeff is competing for the Comer Children's Hospital.

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Round 1: Sunny Anderson

Sunny Anderson is the host of Cooking for Real and Home Made in America. Growing up as a U.S. Army brat, Sunny indulged in many local cuisines. When she joined the Air Force, she continued her culinary travels and also discovered a desire to explore music, becoming an award-winning radio host. She used to run her own catering company, Sunny's Delicious Dishes. Sunny is competing for N Street Village.

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Round 1: Gabriele Corcos

Gabriele Corcos was born in Florence, Italy, where he learned everything he knows about Tuscan food from his mother and grandmother. He and his wife, Debi Mazar, host Cooking Channel's Extra Virgin. The two will release their first cookbook in 2014, and Gabriele is in the process of opening his first restaurant in Brooklyn. Gabriele is competing for Feeding America.

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Round 1: Nadia G.

Nadia G. is the host of Cooking Channel's Bitchin' Kitchen. She released her second cookbook, Cookin' for Trouble, in 2011. Nadia's recipes are rooted in the Casalinga-style Italian cuisine she grew up with and infused with the culinary influences of her hometown, Montreal, Canada. Nadia is competing for Club Tech.

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