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Chopped is a cooking competition show that is all about skill, speed and ingenuity. Each week, four chefs compete before a panel of expert judges and turn baskets of mystery ingredients into an extraordinary three-course meal. Course by course, the chefs will be "chopped" from the competition until only one winner remains. The challenge? They have seconds to plan and 30 minutes to cook an amazing course with the basket of mystery ingredients given to them moments before the clock starts ticking! And the pressure doesn't stop there. Once they've completed their dish, they've got to survive the Chopping Block where our three judges are waiting to be wowed and not shy about voicing their culinary criticisms! Our host, Ted Allen, leads this high-energy, high-pressure show that will have viewers rooting for a winner and cheering for the losers. Chopped is a game of passion, expertise and skill — and in the end, only one chef will survive the Chopping Block. Who will make the cut? The answer is on Chopped!
In the first-of-its-kind battle, fearless winners compete for a chance to face-off.
Sixteen fearless champions are back to defeat chef Bobby Flay and win $50,000; strangely sweet sandwiches and beautiful seafood await the champs; unusual beef jerky product and a twist on hummus; special banana pudding; fancy bacon.
Four "Chopped" champs compete for a spot in the tournament finale; in the preliminary battle, the first basket includes an anything-but-basic burger. The three chefs in round two have ambitious plans for their dishes.
Four returning champions try to impress Bobby Flay; in the first round, an oven mishap leads to an alarming situation; an American classic in frozen form threatens to stump the chefs; two remaining champs must make big plans for a candy-themed tart.
In the first round, the chefs cook up appetizers using pizza bites and caviar; In the entree round,a magnificent comfort food creation and a basic veggie; dessert basket features a sugary cereal and a gelatinous stumper.
The finale of the Beat Bobby Flay Tournament brings four outstanding winners back to the Chopped Kitchen for a chance to defeat a Food Network legend and score $50,000. In round one, a pork product goes through a grinder as the champs try to make it taste good. A canned surprise in the second basket is not exactly what the chefs hoped to find, and as the tournament approaches its dramatic conclusion, a twist or two are in store. Finally, the last champ standing gets to cook their signature dish against Bobby Flay, who has been eagerly awaiting his chance at the stoves for 14 rounds of competition! Will the proven Chopped Champion remain undefeated, or will this day belong to Flay?
The competing chefs attack an appetizer basket that includes a classic Italian sauce and a simple sandwich; a popcorn product not available at movie theaters plays a starring role in round two.
It's wild times in the kitchen as the chefs get loco with Loco Moco, a Hawaiian comfort food, in round one; the finalists are challenged to use a weird coffee and a crunchy cake in their desserts.
The competing chefs are challenged to make a scrumptious soup-and-sandwich duo for every round. In the appetizer round, they set out to make dunkable, slurpable creations while utilizing an unusual egg in the basket. In round two, duck bones in the basket seem to hint at the competitors making a stock, but they're short on time. The last two competitors break into a dessert basket that includes prunes in a form the chefs wouldn't ordinarily consume.
The competing chefs are under pressure as the clock ticks down and the judges wonder whether all the steak and dandelion green appetizers will be plated in time. In the entree basket, the chefs get more than they bargained for with gnocchi in sandwich form. Finally, the judges dispense pearls of wisdom after eating desserts that include balsamic pearls.
Four chefs enter the Chopped kitchen for a diner-themed battle with three courses of elevated comfort food, all under the watchful eyes of guest judge Neil Patrick Harris. The chefs find pie in the first basket and must rise to the challenge of making an appetizer with it. A play on pancakes is a clever addition to the second basket, and a breakfast-inspired final basket leads the chefs in two distinct directions.
The competing chefs get a ton of sugar in the first basket in the form of a breakfast classic with a twist, and the level of cooking in the entree round seems extraordinary as the chefs excitedly dig into a seven-layer dip. In the dessert round, the remaining chefs are happy to see loquats in the basket, but ice cream machine drama threatens their plans.
The chefs get fries and thighs in every basket, starting with a delicate protein paired with a newfangled starch in the appetizer basket. Bubble tea crashes the theme party in the second round, and the dessert basket features a fun, sugary twist on fries, but the chefs are challenged to make thigh meat work with dessert.
The chefs open the first basket to find dressed beer and three other surprises. A weird fungus and a peculiar pizza pie are the shockers in the entree round, and the two remaining chefs break down some adorable dumplings on a quest to build remarkable desserts.
Four competitors embrace bacon perfection as they attempt to advance to the grand finale of the Comfort Food Feud. The appetizer basket includes a Japanese condiment and a bacon-y bar food. Biscuit dough is part of the puzzle in the entree round, and the two chefs remaining in the final round attempt to make satisfying desserts featuring chocolate and more bacon!
Burgers, how do we love thee? The competitors count the ways in a thrilling battle of the $25,000 Comfort Food Feud. In the first basket, the chefs get a deep-fried surprise and a sloppy classic. In the entre round, they must figure out what to do with a bizarre canned product. The burger-themed dessert round includes sweet creations made with mustard ice cream, and the winner advances to the Comfort Food Feud finale.
In this round of the Comfort Food Feud, the chefs try to prove they have what it takes to conquer mac and cheese and move on to the tournament's grand finale. In the appetizer round, the chefs get creative with a cocktail and tiny cheesy morsels. The entre round sees the competitors working with a mac and cheese-inspired brunch item, and the final two chefs hope to turn pancake mix and mac and cheese into a heavenly dessert.
The $25,000 Comfort Food Feud continues with a battle devoted to everyone's favorite cheesy, doughy guilty pleasure: pizza. A flavor-packed appetizer basket leaves the chefs with a lot of decisions to make. The competitors find spaghetti and meatballs in an unusual form in the entre basket, and the two chefs who make it to the dessert round get some spicy, salty and sugary ingredients to reimagine.
Four Comfort Food Feud champions return to a decked-out outdoor arena to battle for the $25,000 prize and the title of Chopped Grand Champion! The ingredient baskets contain delicious reminders of the tournament's culinary themes, starting with a special sandwich and a play on pot pie in the appetizer round. The entre basket contains a turkey stuffed with something somewhat shocking, and the last two chefs battling it out for the grand prize race the clock to create $25,000 desserts that make brilliant use of a mashup monstrosity and mango ketchup.
Competing chefs attempt to prove from the start that they're the one to beat. In the first basket, a big burger with a gluttonous twist gives the chefs a lot of options. Parsley cake is a curve ball in round two, and when the last remaining chefs focus their attention on a dessert basket that includes Cara Cara oranges and a curiously boozy condiment, the judges are impressed by the level of skill they see.
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