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Stakes for bragging rights have never been higher as Ilan Hall's raucous after-hours cooking competition gets shaken up in a new tournament that will crown one ultimate champion of Season 4. 16 chefs will compete to conquer mystery ingredients and each other, but only one will be left standing on "Knife Fight".
French chef David Feau and British colleague Brendan Collins create dishes featuring razor clams and live catfish.
Chefs Kris Morningstar and Chris 'CJ' Jacobson cook with white truffles, kohlrabi and ridgeback shrimp.
Actor Elijah Wood judges as chefs Chris Kobayashi and Nyesha Arrington duke it out in a battle of Hawaiian Kampachi and braised lamb neck.
Chefs Jason Neroni and Jordan Toft create dishes containing bigeye tuna; guest judges Octavio Becerra and Eric Greenspan.
Chef Jason Fullilove pits his artistic cuisine against the rustic cooking style of colleague Brandon Boudet.
Chefs Trevor Rocco and John Herndon work with Japanese yams and Maitake mushrooms; guest judges Lou Amdur and Bill Esparza.
Chefs Mirko Paderno and Amar Santana cook with needlefish, Santa Barbara uni and a whole pig's head; a side bet in the kitchen leaves a competitor buried in potatoes.
Chefs Christian Page and James Trees break down an entire goat in a contest that one competitor loses by a hair.
Formally trained chef Phillip Lee competes against self-taught colleague Natalia Pereira; cooking ingredients include radishes and foie gras.
Chefs Jeremy Strubel and Bernhard Mairinger create dishes containing chestnuts, jackfruit and haggis; actor Jason Lee uses an analog clock to time the competitors.
Chefs Chris Oh and Wes Lieberher play pranks, talk smack and cook with Brussels sprouts and cow tongue.
Chefs Neil Shuman and Timothy Abell work with manila clams and Berkshire pork loin.
Chef Amanda Baumgarten and award-winning colleague Micah Wexler get creative with shark and rambutan, a tree fruit.
Chef Octavio Becerra and colleague Ricardo Zarate get creative with turkey, monkfish liver and spiny lobster.
Chefs Bruce Kalman and Stefan Richter talk smack before they get cooking with oysters, quail and nasturtiums.
Chefs Jason Travi and John-Carlos Kuramoto work with trout roe, Berkshire pork loin and wild clover in a battle of old school versus new school.
Chefs Dustin Trani and Vartan Abgaryan feel the pressure as they get creative with lamb belly and live crawfish.
Chefs Raphael Lunetta and Neal Fraser work with Pacific Ocean trout, fresh abalone and aged rib-eye steak; Drew Barrymore appears as a guest judge.
Ilan Hall (Host)
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