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Episode 101

After a morning spent in church, Kardea Brown invites her family over for a scrumptiously Southern Sunday supper. She’s serving up a few of her family’s favorites for dinner, including Fried Chicken Po’ Boys and her own twist on her grandma’s Crab Mac and Cheese. For dessert, Kardea bakes her Aunt TC’s famous Lemon Lime Soda Cake.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 106

Kardea Brown’s family reunions are big, loud and legendary events. She’s hosting the party at her Charleston, S.C., home and makes all the family favorites, including No-Fuss Baby Back Ribs with Carolina Moppin’ Sauce and a beautiful 4-Bean Salad. Aunt TC joins Kardea in the kitchen to make her famous Potato Salad, and for dessert, the crew digs into classic Charleston Chewies.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 104

It’s Kardea Brown’s favorite time of the year: shrimp season in Charleston! This year she’s making Fried Shrimp Baskets, and her mom helps out with her Famous Hand-Cut Fries and a fresh Grilled Shrimp Cobb Salad. For a sweet dessert, Kardea makes summery Strawberry Lemon No-Bake Cheesecake Bars.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 103

Kardea Brown fires up the grill for an old-fashioned backyard barbecue and invites her family over to enjoy some of her charbroiled dishes. On the grill are Pimento Cheese-Stuffed Burgers and Grilled Sea Island Wings, and she whips up quick Southern Pickles and Okra to have on the side. For dessert, there’s nothing better in the summer than a Grilled Peach Crumble.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 101

Bobby Flay and Michael Symon suss out the talents of eight elite barbecue masters, but before choosing teams, they face off in a backyard barbecue challenge to determine who gets first pick. The eight contenders serve up backyard barbecue dishes to a trio of expert judges, and two contenders are sent home.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 102

Bobby Flay and Michael Symon battle it out in a tomahawk rib-eye challenge with high “steaks,” as the winner gets an advantage that could affect the entire competition. Then the six remaining contenders face off in a Texas beef challenge, and a curve ball sends them running for the border.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 3518ZH

Strange incarnations of everyday ingredients, black garlic and coconut vinegar, challenge the chefs in the appetizer round. The judges go on the hunt for compelling flavor combinations in the chefs’ alligator entrees, then a Peruvian fruit is the most unusual find in the dessert basket.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4007

In pursuit of $50,000, four Chopped champions are back at the stoves with renewed ambition, seeking to be named the best of the best! The appetizer round is as exciting as they come, and a fire extinguisher is used for the first time in Chopped history. Extreme examples of salty and sweet meet in the second basket, and a colorful, unconventional surprise in the dessert basket gets a “wow” from everyone, but can the chefs get it to work in their final plates?

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4008

Four Chopped champions come back fiercer than ever with their sights set on the tournament’s $50,000 grand finale. The chefs create wildly different appetizers from a basket that includes black garlic. A novelty candy in the second basket requires a hammer and some culinary imagination, and plenty of competing flavors in the dessert basket leave the chefs with some decisions to make.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4009

The judges grapple with how to chop champions when four talented winners return to the Chopped Kitchen for a shot at $50,000. In the first basket, the chefs face a delicacy from the sea. A fancy sauce and a plain vanilla treat are two of the ingredients in the mix in round two, and a giant, chocolaty surprise awaits the chefs who make it to the dessert round.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4010

Four returning Chopped champions compete for a chance to make it to the grand finale to fight for $50,000. In the first round, the chefs contend with a basket that includes tiny, infuriatingly time-consuming eggs and a Moroccan meat. Red snapper in the entree basket must be filleted in a snap, and pastries and pops in the dessert basket challenge the two remaining competitors.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4011

Four repeat champs are back for the Chopped Champions Grand Finale and the chance to make a $50,000 meal! The appetizer basket challenges the chefs with a seafood delicacy that requires a high degree of thoughtfulness. An in-your-face shocker in the second basket leaves the remaining chefs racing to make bold plates. And with the prize at stake, the two remaining chefs face off in a dessert round with a basket that is fittingly difficult.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 3612H

Everyone goes hog wild in the Chopped Kitchen as the chefs take on a pork-themed competition. The first basket threatens to contain too much of a good thing, and a beautiful cut of heritage-breed pork is juxtaposed with a questionable canned product in the entree round, sending the chefs in some creative directions with their dishes. While they would have welcomed bacon in round three, the finalists must make use of more unusual porky items in their desserts.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 2903

The theme for this competition is everyone’s favorite all-American bun-buster, the hot dog! In the first round, the chefs get some very rare hot dogs and an uncommon condiment. A tiny ingredient causes big problems for two of the competitors in the entree round, and the last two chefs are left to tackle the strange challenge of making hot dog desserts.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4509

The chefs must hop to it and make rabbit terrine work with a less highfalutin, packaged product in their appetizers. Combining cake mix and ramen is part of the challenge in round two, and a weird ice cream and a curious condiment test the two finalists as they attempt to make desserts that the judges will love.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4512

Four daring competitors are up against the clock to come up with amazing appetizers using a cheesy creation in the first basket. A red spread and dried fish are two of the surprises the chefs must make sense of in round two, and a citrus food and an unusual seaweed snack must be combined in the desserts.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 1R1R01

It’s Alex Guarnaschelli’s turn to take on Stakeout’s toughest carts, and first up is Chinese takeout using the toughest and most-limiting cart from the episode. Alex also pulls out all the stops to score with a date night dish using only five ingredients.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4109

Four chefs prepare for summertime dinners in America using a variety of sunny ingredients including patriotic deviled eggs and star-spangled spaghetti. A clever keg and a new spin on a fair favorite kick off the fun in the first round. Then, the bounty of the second basket includes a cowboy’s dream ingredient and some colorful kebobs. And there’s a bombshell surprise in the dessert basket — can the chefs successfully create something delicious to complete the meal?

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4512

Four daring competitors are up against the clock to come up with amazing appetizers using a cheesy creation in the first basket. A red spread and dried fish are two of the surprises the chefs must make sense of in round two, and a citrus food and an unusual seaweed snack must be combined in the desserts.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 1R1R01

It’s Alex Guarnaschelli’s turn to take on Stakeout’s toughest carts, and first up is Chinese takeout using the toughest and most-limiting cart from the episode. Alex also pulls out all the stops to score with a date night dish using only five ingredients.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4109

Four chefs prepare for summertime dinners in America using a variety of sunny ingredients including patriotic deviled eggs and star-spangled spaghetti. A clever keg and a new spin on a fair favorite kick off the fun in the first round. Then, the bounty of the second basket includes a cowboy’s dream ingredient and some colorful kebobs. And there’s a bombshell surprise in the dessert basket — can the chefs successfully create something delicious to complete the meal?

More About This EpisodeEpisode 4509

The chefs must hop to it and make rabbit terrine work with a less highfalutin, packaged product in their appetizers. Combining cake mix and ramen is part of the challenge in round two, and a weird ice cream and a curious condiment test the two finalists as they attempt to make desserts that the judges will love.

More About This EpisodeEpisode 801

Four talented kid chefs set out on a virtual culinary tour, with each mystery basket containing ingredients from a European country. The junior chefs begin their tour with a stint in Italy in round one, and German adventures in the entree round challenge the kids to figure out what to do with apfelstrudel. In the dessert round, the remaining young chefs try to awaken the judges’ senses with English breakfast tea.

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