Athletes bring their passion to the Chopped Kitchen Celebrity Tournament.
Four chefs who lost in previous competitions return, trying to win more than ever. A bright green dessert and a seafood snack must be worked into appetizers, and quinoa and sour candy into entrees.
For the first time, four feisty grandmas face-off in the Chopped Kitchen.
Chefs are brewing up: all three rounds are devoted to beer. Chefs must make sausages work with toasted lager and a tasty triple ale's in the basket for the entree round. The iconic beer and pretzels must be made into dessert.
In the first one, they find Mangalista bacon and apple chips. Then, the judges watch to see if the chefs can make dried cherries work with their pork entrees. French toast and bacon are ingredients to be made into dessert.
The competing chefs are challenged to create all 3 courses with chocolate.
Burger for every course? Chefs are challenged to create dessert with beef.
In the first round, one of the competitors takes a loose interpretation of the theme. Then some unusual toppings must be on the entree pizzas. And, a pizza for dessert with candied mushrooms and salted caramel sauce.
When the clock starts ticking down, the chefs must rush to make appetizers with pickled pigs' feet and sweet potato chips. And one chef doesn't realize they've made a potentially costly mistake until it's too late.
Firefighters compete and get the meal started with some hearty meat-and-cheese appetizers. Will the judges enjoy them? Then in the entree round, some big errors with a non-basket-ingredient gets one of the judges upset.
Chefs make use of ingredients that are usually thrown out. The first basket includes juicer pulp and tea bags. Then in the second round, competitors get creative with a bit of salad dressing and some paltry scraps of poultry.
Time to shake things up in a big/small way as the chefs find out that this competition has a tapas theme. In the first round, the baskets contain some beautiful Spanish ingredients, including gazpacho.
Four talented teenaged chefs bring their energy and ambition to the Chopped Kitchen! With a $40,000 scholarship on the line, the young competitors open up the first basket and find a sweet drink and a juicy fruit.
The chefs get a special tool in the basket to help them bust apart a challenging ingredient: a giant jawbreaker.
The Chopped all-star party begins with sparkling cider and doughnuts in the first basket. Wagyu steaks are served up for the entree round. And the final round competitors rush to get their plum pudding desserts plated.
Two cultures collide in the first round, when the chefs must combine kimchi and gefilte fish. The second round has the chefs working with uniquely flavored vodka and a green snack.
There are peanuts in the dessert basket, but there's $10,000 on the line.
Four chefs open their baskets and vie for the last Chopped Champions spot.
Scott, Amanda and Geoffrey grab the stations and cook with hanger steak.
Which chef cooks up a cuttlefish that's a cut above the rest? Find out!
Marc, Aaron and Maneet get creative with this chocolate-themed basket.
Red mullet and hot cocoa mix challenge four chefs to think outside the box.
Four cutting-edge chefs introduce themselves and get ready for Chopped.
CHOPPED is a cooking competition show about skill, speed and ingenuity.
Chopped judges Marc, Alex & Chris cook with candied bats and pig's blood.
CHOPPED is a cooking competition show that's all about skill, speed and ingenuity.
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