Nongkran Daks has traveled the world teaching the secrets of authentic Thai cooking and her most popular dish is Pad Thai. With 5 cookbooks and sold out cooking classes, is Nong ready to take on the real Bobby Flay?Bobby's recipe is not available at this time.
Bobby surprises a Father/Son team from Flushing, Queens NY to a Ravioli throwdown. Does Bobby Flay have what it takes to Throwdown against a family rich in ravioli history?
The "Casserole Queens" of Austin, Texas not only have updated casseroles from your childhood, but they deliver the meals dressed as 1950s homemakers. Bobby surprise the Queens for a classic casserole clash.
Bobby Flay challenges the owners of Clinton Street Baking Company in NY to a blueberry pancake showdown.
Jeff Nathan, ownerof Abigael's, New York's largest kosher restaurant is surprised by a challenge from Chef Bobby Flay. Jeff and Bobby go matzo ball for matzo ball to make even the most discerning Bubbe proud.
It's City Boy vs Country Boy when chef Bobby Flay travels to the small town of Washington, GA to take on an award winning local chef in a Shrimp and Grits Throwdown.
Raleigh's Ed Mitchell prides himself on using authentic North Carolina flavors at his restaurant, 'The Pit.' Ed is a BBQ purist with the ribs to prove it. Whether its East or West, he knows his ribs are the best. Ed strives to keep North Carolina's culinary traditions alive, and even with all the media buzz, he still makes sure to keep his food down home and locally grown. But can he take the heat and grill up a winning plate when the Pitmaster is challenged by the Grillmaster on this episode of Throwdown?
Bobby challenges a baker from Harlem, NYs 'Make My Cake' to put her family's German Chocolate Cake to the test. Bobby will really have to pull out all the sweet stops if he wants to best this baking buff on this episode of Throwdown.
Bobby Flay challenge a chef whose Jamaican dish Fried Fish Escovitch is a house specialty. Set in a Harlem's swanky Mo Bay restaurant get ready for a fried fish throwdown.
Bobby challenges two brothers over their Charleston, SC spicy curry specialty dish, Country Captain Chicken.
Bobby Flay challenges a Mexican Food expert chef and restauranteur from San Diego to fish taco throwdown.
Bob Olguin knows his chiles. He should; New Mexican cuisine is in his blood--he owns and operates the restaurant his father started in honor of his grandfather. So, it's no surprise his Green Chile Cheeseburger was ranked number 7 on GQ's National Top-20 Burger List. Bob's restaurant, Manny's Buckhorn Tavern, started by dishing up New Mexican favorites to locals but now caters to visitors from far and wide - and the praises keep on coming- especially for his famed Green Chile Cheeseburger. So the question is- can Bob's burger beat the heat that Bobby brings down to New Mexico on this episode of Throwdown?
Bobby challenges two NYC restauranteurs from the heart of midtown to a Sloppy Joe Throwdown.