The stakes are sky-high as host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges the chefs to find a cart with enough in it to create a stacked dish. Then, the competitors channel their inner Julia Child to cook up some fine French food, but they may be headed for a meltdown when the final challenge is to make something cheesy.
Host Alex Guarnaschelli knows everybody loves pasta, but one chef dares to ask ... are noodles really necessary? Then, the competitors take on fast food, and it's all about crispy, salty goodness. In the final challenge, hot and cold desserts are on the menu as the chefs work to take home sweet victory.
Host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs to transport the judges from the hot asphalt to a tropical paradise. Then, the chefs' fate is in their own hands to create a handheld dish without losing grasp of the theme. Finally, the last two standing whip up sweet treats, but a lack of cash may cause one of the chefs to crumble.
Alex Guarnaschelli is throwing a parking lot party, and four feisty chefs must rustle up ingredients from supermarket shoppers to create perfect party snacks. Then, there's nothing better for the after party than a hearty breakfast, and it's a mad dash to the finish as the chefs prepare dueling decadent desserts for a date with destiny … and the $10,000 grand prize.
Alex Guarnaschelli hosts as one chef takes a big risk by creating a meat-lovers platter without any meat. Then, it's an Asian-inspired, compartmentalized challenge when the chefs make their best versions of a bento box, and the final two chefs make their best nutty dishes in a sweet versus savory battle royale.
It's the stuff parking lot myths are made of when host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs to go Greek. Then, it's time to see who will bring the sweet and who will see defeat in a fruity dessert challenge. But it all comes down to one final -- and open -- face-off.
Alex Guarnaschelli challenges the competing chefs to stakeout classic culinary combos to create the perfect parking lot pair. Then it's time to find the largest cart possible when Alex asks the chefs to pile on the toppings, and one chef runs out of cash while attempting to create the perfect pie.
Alex Guarnaschelli hosts as four chefs walk into a parking lot to create dishes best served with beer. Then, it's time to class up the pavement with some fancy food, and sweet success is on the horizon for the chef with the best chocolate-dipped delight.
Things heat up as host Alex Guarnaschelli challenges four chefs to make the spiciest dishes in parking lot history. Then, it's time to bust out the fancy paper plates and napkins for a picnic feast. Finally, the coolest chef on the block will whip up an ice cream truck treat for $10,000.