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Food Network Star, Season 10: Top Moments of Episode 3

Get an inside look at the finalists' challenges and relive memorable moments from the third episode of Food Network Star, Season 10.
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Sabotage Takes Star

For the first time in Star history, finalists face off in a round of Cutthroat Kitchen-inspired competition, and who better to lead the two heats of battle than Cutthroat host Alton? He announces that Bobby and frequent Cutthroat judge Jet Tila will evaluate the finished dishes — with no knowledge of the sabotages that led to them.

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Spotlight On: Spice

"I'm trying to bring the funk," Aryen says of her goal for the spaghetti and meatballs challenge. After two weeks of bland dishes, she's determined to offer flavor-packed food, so she's sure to shop for plenty of spices to incorporate into her arrabbiata-inspired plate.

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Cutthroat 2.0

No stranger to Cutthroat Kitchen, Chris has competed on the show before — and won. "I'm a Cutthroat champion. I have to defend my title," he says, before being gifted the first sabotage: a pasta fork taped to his hand. "I'm the Cutthroat veteran, so as soon as [Loreal] gets it, I just put my hand up, 'cause I know it's coming to me," he reveals.

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Meaningful Performance

Although he's been sabotaged with a spice grinder to break down the meat for meatballs, Christopher pulls off a Bloody Mary pasta, but for him, the presentation may prove to be more important, on account of his past struggles to connect. "Christopher's really talented in the kitchen, but he really needs to bring a lot more forward with his presentations," Nicole notices. He succeeds with a story about his restaurant's famed Bloody Mary bar, which inspired his dish, and he's named the winner in his group.

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