The chefs must use a microwave which throws many of them off their game.
Naomi Pomeroy explains that scientists are really precise which makes them more like pastry chefs.
Curtis Stone checks in on the chefs to see what they have cookin'.
The chefs go back to school in this science fair challenge.
Naomi Pomeroy is the youngest chef in the kitchen and she feels like the others are giving her a bit of a rough time.
Chef Art Smith, acclaimed for making decadent dishes, has put a twist on healthy eating in his new cookbook 'Healthy Comfort.' And he's partnered with Taking Diabetes to Heart to educate people about managing type II diabetes.
Chef Art Smith joins HuffPost Live to talk about his partner, Jesus, and how he thinks gay rights are progressing the the U.S.
Chef Art Smith discusses when you should and when you shouldn't be loading up on carbs.
Growing up in the south, Chef Art Smith didn't always have it easy. He joins HuffPost Live to detail how he dealt with bullying.
Chef Art Smith dishes out some secrets to making healthy food taste better.
Bravo's Top Chef Masters Season 4 is smokin' in Las Vegas with 12 new award-winning chefs hungry to compete for the title and win $100,000 for their charity. In each episode, the winners of every Quickfire Challenge will be awarded $5,000 while the victors of the Elimination Challenges will receive $10,000 for their designated charities. Celebrity chef Curtis Stone is back as series host alongside returning judges James Oseland and Ruth Reichl with new judges, food and travel journalist Krista Simmons, and features editor of Gilt Taste, Francis Lam. In a dazzling season of high stakes, big egos and sizzling drama, top names in entertainment join the judges table including Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, folk rock music duo Indigo Girls, famed Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese, popular American party band The B-52s, Olympic Gold Medalist Brian Boitano, Las Vegas performer Holly Madison, among others.