Next Episode of Chopped After Hours is
The judges have it easy on "Chopped" -- the contestants have to come up with creative uses of unusual or incompatible ingredients, then the judges get to eat and critique the dishes. On Chopped After Hours, the judges are tasked with creating dishes out of baskets filled with the same ingredients that were given to the show's contestants. It's not a competition, though, as it's a laid-back demonstration of what the judges can create. The judges taste one another's dishes when they're done.
Alex Guarnaschelli attempts the impossible with a French puff pastry presentation; Maneet Chauhan and Chris Santos have a battle of fish and chips; the judges prepare dishes from cake pops and quail.
Marc Murphy's chef cam shows a new angle on the kitchen and his fellow chefs; breakfast brings the boys together until Ted Allen starts throwing ingredients at Scott Conant; Maneet Chauhan's title of Maestro of Spice is put on the line.
The dessert basket of the rock stars competition; a rack of lamb provides the chefs a chance to show their culinary skills; creativity takes over with late-night themed final round ingredients.
In round one, the judges attempt to tame down the sweetness of some sugary kid favorites; churros are transformed and champagne bottles popped in a goofy round two; the final round features a whole suckling pig.
In the first round, Geoffrey Zakarian takes over hosting duties as Ted Allen and the judges face a carnival-themed basket full of fried snacks; round three finds the chefs tearing into Thanksgiving ingredients.
In the first round, the chefs must work watermelon brains and chocolate-covered bugs into some spooky Halloween-themed desserts; reinterpreting grandma's meatloaf; a French custard proves very tricky to incorporate into appetizers.
Ted Allen (Host)
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