This trip, Guy's cruisin' the west coast for a taste of California. He makes stops in Culver City, Garden Grove and Monterey.
Ree Drummond's whipping up 16-minute meals from breakfast to dinner. On the menu: Croissant French Toast with Maple Whipped Cream, Grilled Chicken and Strawberry Salad Wrap, Pawhuska Cheesesteaks and Apple Peanut Butter Delight.
The chefs find two fishy ingredients in the first basket: will they hook the judges? Then entrees must use spiny leaves and beef kidneys. And as the finalists rush to make fig and lemon verbena dessert, a collision causes a stir.
In the first Challenge, Rewrappers must Recreate the Wise Cheez Waffies from scratch. Then in the Innovate Challenge, contestants must tame the wildly flavorful snack in an original dish.
Each finalist is tasked with creating a product that represents their unique brand and culinary style. After receiving feedback from the judges, the finalists make a commercial for their product in an unorthodox setting.
Things get hot when two chefs cook steak over a romantic candlelit dinner. A chef is cut down to size while stuck with a giant whisk as their only tool. A chef learns making cake is no cake walk when forced to walk on cake boxes.
Chefs hope a fried feast doesn't add too many pounds to the scale; make a skewered meal out of the haphazard items in the Clearance Carts; and spin the Food Wheel to determine their budget for an elegant dinner.
The hosts are serving up delicious summer corn three new ways. Also, tips on how to shop and store your summer fruits and vegetables for peak flavor.
Willie Degel helps former professional hockey player Bob Fleming with his struggling Hammer's Grill and Bar. In 2007, Bob moved his bar to Henderson, just outside of Las Vegas. Since, Hammer's success has started to melt away.
The chefs must make sweetbreads into a delicious dish in 20 minutes. Then in the entree round, it's 'a little or a lot' when they must work with a strong spice blend. Finally, two chefs make chocolatey, salty, fruity desserts.
Four talented teen chefs bring their ambition to the Chopped Kitchen.
Guy Fieri's pullin' over for the bounty of the county.
Alton harnesses the power of yeast to put rolls back onto the dinner table.
This trip Guy's tucking in the napkin for an Italian feast.
Robert's latest mission takes him to the Whistle Stop in Hot Springs, Ark.,
Meet Chopped: Teen Tournament hopeful Ashley Dudley.
Meet Chopped: Teen Tournament hopeful Jay Urena.
Alton Brown presents five favorite Cutthroat Kitchen culinary sabotages.
Meet Chopped: Teen Tournament hopeful Alexandria Brooks.
Meet Chopped: Teen Tournament hopeful Jason Khaytin.
Celebrity chefs reveal food they hated as kids but can't get enough of now.
Chopped Teen Tournament: special series starts Tuesday, July 15, at 10/9c.
Never tried jicama? This sweet-and-sour slaw is a great way to get started.
You'll have no reason to be crabby when you taste these soft-shell treats.
Anne talks about how to select, store and cook with tomatoes.
Anne shares her techniques for creating perfect pastry and custard.
Can cones serve as mixing bowls and baking vessels to make ice cream cake?
Fire up the grill! Anne's making her fresh, one-of-a-kind corn salsa.
Bobby Flay shares his recipe for his signature burger, the Crunchburger.
The annual Burger Bash at Food Network's 2014 SOBE Wine and Food Festival.
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