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It's getting hot, hot, hot in the parking lot as Alex Guarnaschelli asks four chefs to whip up tropical treats. Then, one chef will be saying "pasta la vista" after a carb-loader challenge. Finally, the chef who's tops at texture will win it all after a crunchy and smooth-themed challenge leaves judges Ahmad Alzahabi and Maneet Chauhan with a tough decision.
Alex Guarnaschelli challenges the four chefs to channel their competitiveness into cooking up a winning tailgate. The three who survive must create dishes to celebrate, and the two final competitors have to impress judges Esther Choi and Cliff Crooks with a delicious dippable dish in order to win a year's worth of groceries.
Lady Luck pounds the pavement at Smith's in Las Vegas, Nev., as the chefs stakeout shoppers for a true parking lot tailgate. Love is in the air for a candlelit dinner, stakeout-style, before the final two chefs lead with fruit for dessert.
Host Alex Guarnaschelli takes over the parking lot at Bristol Farms in Calabasas, CA. It's a real "steakout" as the four competing chefs are on the hunt for meat and potatoes before embarking on a trip around the globe ... er, parking lot. Just when everyone's stomachs are full, the final two chefs have to stuff it!
As dawn breaks on the asphalt, it's up to the four competing chefs to start the day strong with a hearty breakfast. Then, Alex Guarnaschelli announces that it's 5 o'clock somewhere, and the chefs put the happy in their best happy hour dishes. Finally, the two remaining chefs spice things up with a sweet and spicy showstopper for judges Stephanie Boswell and Tanya Fields.
Things get dicey when Alex Guarnaschelli challenges the chefs to stakeout carts and create something with rice. Then, it's time to hit the pub as the chefs crank out dishes that are delicious with drinks. Finally, the chefs have to forget the parking lot and give judges Tanya Fields and Antonia Lofaso something that's farmers market fresh.
The competition's off to a spicy start as the chefs try to snag big carts for big bowls of chili. Then, dinner becomes the most important meal of the day when Alex Guarnaschelli asks the chefs to make breakfast for dinner. The final two chefs strive for perfection in a single bite that satisfies judges Eric Adjepong and Aarti Sequeira.
Host Alex Guarnaschelli welcomes the competing chefs to a parking lot party at Bristol Farms in Calabasas, Calif. The chefs stakeout shoppers for a weekend brunch, and then it's crunch time before the final two chefs try not to melt down.
Four determined chefs wing it, and it's anyone's guess what "egg-actly" they'll whip up! Then, Alex Guarnaschelli challenges them to claim a "pizza" the parking lot, and the two remaining chefs try to impress judges Eddie Jackson and Millie Peartree with their diner desserts.
Alex Guarnaschelli welcomes four chefs to the parking lot and challenges them to get spicy with South of the Border flavors. Then, they savor the good old days with some classic blue-plate specials, and the final challenge is all about sweet treats as the two remaining chefs try to impress judges Kalen Allen and Maneet Chauhan.