News anchor Katie Couric and chef Michael Symon team up to vet the chef who's going to take on Bobby in round two; chefs Michael Ginor and Alyssa Gorelick battle to prove they have what it takes to face off with the master.
Radio host Elvis Duran and The Kitchen's Katie Lee are celebrating the birth of our nation by watching America's golden boy sweat in his own arena. Competing tonight are one of Nashville's hottest chefs, Matt Bolus, and Colorado's very own chef Brother Luck. It's time for some culinary fireworks!
Bobby Flay may have co-starred with her on Entourage, but tonight Perrey Reeves is co-starring with Chopped vet Scott Conant to try and tarnish Bobby's record. They've brought in Los Angeles chef Vikki Krinsky and lifelong vegetarian chef Pankaj Pradhan to get the job done.
Former boy bander Lance Bass and bad boy chef Michael Voltaggio are teaming up to put Bobby Flay in his place. On stage in hopes of squaring off with Bobby are Delaware chef Robbie Jester and the Garden State's top-rated French chef, James Laird.
Food Network's Katie Lee and Cooking Channel's Laura Vitale are dressed to kill Bobby Flay's record. It's between Denver chef Jennifer Jasinski and New Jersey restaurateur Eric Levine to face off for the coveted chance to Beat Bobby Flay.
The arena is on fire when Iranian competition-junkie Kevin Naderi and Polish-Italian chef Mark Vecchitto aim to face off with Bobby Flay in round two. Choosing the finest are New York City bad boys, TV personality Donny Deutsch and The Kitchen co-host Geoffrey Zakarian.
Chef Anne Burrell and Olympian Apolo Ohno pit Italian chef Michele Castelli against New England chef Brian Miller.
A Maine restaurateur has a personal beef to settle with Bobby Flay, who beat his partner in a prior competition. But first, he has to take down a chef and caterer and impress Debi Mazar and Jet Tila.
Alex Guarnaschelli and sports anchor Kenny Mayne team up to score one over Bobby Flay; executive chefs Jeff Williams and Kevin Templeton go head to head to compete for the chance to go against the man himself.
Haylie Duff and Curtis Stone aim to knock their friend Bobby Flay down a couple of pegs; Washington, D.C., veteran Todd Gray and Maryland's French-trained Gabonese caterer Serge Pambo compete for a shot to go up against Bobby.
Food truck owner Ed Hardy and Indian chef Kunal Lamba compete to go up against Bobby; Debi Mazar and Geoffrey Zakarian hope one of these chefs can help break their own losing streaks.
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