When Brian and Brian opened Oh' Brian's On the Green in Clark, NJ, they thought it would be a hole-in-one. But their manager's perfecting a disappearing act and the staff's left to fend for themselves while customers grow unhappy.
Intensity and energy abound in the second competition of the Teen Tournament. The judges are sure to be impressed by this fresh group of young competitors, who are revved up for their chance to rock the Chopped Kitchen.
Which chef can tighten their belt and make the best burger? Making a meal with two sides seems easy, until chefs learn they're playing the Frozen Food Feud. Chefs must dive into Guy's Grocery List to make a winning pork dinner.
Vegas is all about one-of-a-kind experiences. The finalists are divided into two teams who must each create a memorable dining experience for the selection committee along with special guest, Penn Jillette.
Ree Drummond and her sister-in-law are throwing a big engagement bash for her friend. There are irresistible appetizers and Prime Rib on the menu. Then there's glasses of fizz to toast the future Mr. and Mrs.
Iron Chefs paired with amateur cooks raise the bar on common food fare in a food fight brawl. Iron Chef Bobby Flay and actor Anthony Anderson take on Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and food writer Simon Majumdar.
The kitchen erupts in flames when one chef cooks with Alton Brown's jungle torch. Later, an oversized fondue pot leads to an oversized mess.
This trip, Guy's checkin' out all kinds of funky foods from coast to coast. He makes stops in Monterey, Calif., Boston, and Jackson, Wyo.
Willie Degel is called in to help Ricardo, the young owner of Gina's Bistro in Las Vegas. Italian traditions meet the American Dream as Ricardo attempts to turn his immigrant story into a successful one.
For the first competition in the first ever Chopped Teen Tournament, four very talented young cooks compete for a chance to move on to the finale and win $25,000 and a culinary school scholarship.
Three chefs discover that the Great Wall isn't as spacious as they'd like it to be. One chef's cooking tools get swapped out for a set of golf clubs while another chef dunks doughnuts into coffee like they never have before.
Special guest Daniel Radcliffe stops by The Kitchen for our Summer Party Show, and plays our first game of Build-A-Burger! The gang has tips and recipes for summer entertaining, including Katie's grilled Low Country Shrimp Boil.
Chefs must make comfort food with mislabeled meats and unmarked cans; carry as many items as they can to make breakfast for dinner; and spin the Food Wheel to learn what components will be used in their best dish.
Ree's cooking up a takeout treat for her girls, making a surprise dinner of their favorite Chinese food, complete with Cream Cheese Won Tons, sticky Orange Chicken, Beef with Broccoli and Stir-Fried Chow Mein.
Each finalist is challenged to create a dish which represents them, and describe it to guests at a pool party at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The selection committee decides who did the best overall and sends one finalist home.
Tailgating goes Greek with these delicately spiced lamb meatballs.
What's better than football and tater tots? Football and CRAB tater tots!
Also called 'poor man's caviar,' this dish works well as a dip or a spread.
The teams' challenge: elevate kitchen classics to new heights of taste.
Michael, Aaron, Anne and Guy agree: a sandwich is not just meat and cheese.
Michael Symon on the best fried thing he ever ate: spicy pork rinds.
Micheal Symon calls Sokolowski's tasty pierogies a nap waiting to happen.
Michael adds diced Granny Smith apples to cut the sweetness of his baklava.
Bobby, Michael, Giada and Guy reveal foods they love to start the day with.
This takes guacamole dip to a whole new level. It's magic in the mouth.
Michael makes spanakopita, traditional spinach and goat cheese pies.
Chef Symon made this chili on the boardwalk; you can make it right at home.
The final four's first challenge: cooking peppers for a guest judge.
The home cooks tackle the country's hottest food trend: brunch.
The remaining cooks are challenged to incorporate bacon in their desserts.
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