America has voted for the next Food Network Star. Before the winner is revealed, the finalists are back in the studio, and Bobby, Alton and Giada share favorite memories. Then it's time to reveal the new Food Network Star.
America has voted, and it's time to reveal the new Food Network Star.
The final four get to pitch a show to Food Network. Bob Tuschman and Susie Fogelson are back to choose the final three, based on the finalists' presentations, which will be made into pilots directed by past winner Guy Fieri.
The final four get to pitch a show to Food Network.
A Food Network Star must be able to offer solutions for any culinary situation. Robert Irvine leads an "impossible" challenge: to rehabilitate a restaurant's failing or outdated dishes. The least successful finalist is sent home.
An "impossible" challenge: to rehabilitate dishes on a restaurant's menu.
In teams, the finalists film a three-minute "food story show" about a pizza joint and a doughnut shop. Guest judges from The Hollywood Reporter screen and critique the shows; the least successful team lands in the bottom three.
Teams of finalists film "food story shows" to be screened and critiqued.
The finalists must be adventurous onscreen and in the kitchen. Each must use an unusual ingredient in a dish to auction off. The better the presentations, the higher the bids; the chef whose dish fetches the highest price is safe.
Each finalist must use an unusual ingredient in a dish to be auctioned off.
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