The winds of fortune are blowing for Toronto's David Adjey and Chicago's Cory Morris; it's up to "Chopped" judge Scott Conant and Internet star Hannah Hart to decide who will go up against Bobby Flay.
Things get blown out of proportion when Food Network's Sunny Anderson and Ginormous Food's Josh Denny bring the big guns to town; chef Harold Baker and seafood guru Tony Minadakis are in the arena for a chance to beat Bobby Flay.
French chef David Baruthio and Charlotte, N.C., hotshot Blake Hartwick bring their chops to the arena; tough gal Anne Burrell teams up with world traveler Andrew Zimmern to make the call on who will go up against Bobby Flay.
Neapolitan chef Simone Falco battles Euro chef Eoghain O'Neill for the right to spoil Bobby Flay's holiday dinner.
Chopped judge Scott Conant and actress Helene Yorke are in the house and out for blood; Jamaican ambassador Andre Fowles and Laotian and Chinese chef Darren Sayphraraj battle it out to get to Bobby Flay.
Harlem's very own Marcus Samuelsson and Los Angeles' finest Michael Voltaggio arrive to conquer Mount Flay; they're counting on dim sum master Ed Harris or seafood connoisseur Jason McLeod to help get to the top.
Jose Garces takes on the newest Iron Chef, Stephanie Izard; Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and tough judge Simon Majumdar will use their elevated palates to decide whose cuisine reigns supreme.
There's a lot to be thankful for when Food Network's Sunny Anderson and Bobby Flay's daughter Sophie are in the house; silent but deadly Clayton Chapman and Italian authority Tony Priolo battle it out for the chance to stuff Bobby like a turkey.
Actor Ben Feldman and The Kitchen's Katie Lee are ready for some action; they're bringing in jack-of-all-trades Jason Dady and Italian master Mike DeCamp to compete for the opportunity to best Bobby Flay.
Feisty Brooklyn chef Suchanan Aksornnan battles innovative Miami restaurateur Richard Hales; actor David Alan Grier and chef Carla Hall must decide who can beat Bobby Flay.
Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and comedian Bobby Moynihan team up to beat Bobby Flay; they bring in Boston chef Marcellus Coleman and Bobby's No. 1 fan, Lionel Haeberle, to slay the Flay.
Sophie Flay loves to mess with her dad, so she enlists the help of Alton Brown to hand her father the biggest surprise yet; mentors Jonathan Waxman and Dean Fearing enter the arena to face their protege Bobby Flay one last time.
Giada De Laurentiis and Daphne Oz "cast a spell" to beat Bobby Flay; chefs Jeffrey Hansell and Meghann Ward look to scare Bobby out of his own kitchen.
Colin Quinn and Katie Lee bring two New York chefs who can withstand the heat, Alex Guarnaschelli's protege Diane Vista-Wayne and Daniel Boulud's protege Lauren Brown.
Food Network's Scott Conant and Cooking Channel's Laura Vitale bring their Italian flare to crush Bobby Flay's record; it's between San Diego chef Nicolas Bour and Charleston's RJ Moody to make sure they are number one in the kitchen.
Actor Steve Schirripa and the toughest judge on Food Network Simon Majumdar have sights set on beating Bobby Flay; Boston chef Dave Bazirgan sharpens his knives to take on Mr. Downtown Stephen Jones for the ultimate chance to cook against Bobby.
It's the king of fried food versus the king of brunch, as chef Thomas Boemer sizes up against chef Darnell Ferguson to take Bobby Flay's crown.
Katie Lee and chef Marcus Samuelsson hold nothing back as they aim to get Bobby Flay beat; they take no chances with Canada's own Alida Solomon and Italian-born Pasquale Cozzolino.
Ted Allen and Sunny Anderson bring in Bobby Flay's friend and chef Stephen Kalt and Marc Vetri's protege Brad Spence in hopes of knocking Bobby down a peg or two.
Amanda Freitag and Jet Tila are ready to compete as they pit Italian chef Fabio Mura against Miami chef Nicole Votano.
Little Italy is in the house when Naples-born Raffaele Ronca goes up against Italian expert Ken Vedrinski; Food Network veterans Anne Burrell and Scott Conant bring their expertise to the arena to get Bobby Flay beat.
The Bear, Hal Holden-Bache, stands against model-turned-chef Derek Orrell in an all-out culinary battle; Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Daphne Oz decide which chef gets the chance to take down Bobby Flay.
Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee try their best to get Bobby Flay beat; they've brought in polar opposites, sweet but ferocious Angie Berry and Italian stallion Giuliano Matarese, who are both gunning for victory.
Food Network vet Alton Brown and Travel Channel host Adam Richman bring in pastry chefs Josh Johnson and Dana Cree, who both want to beat Bobby.
It's West Coast versus East Coast as Michelin-starred Jarad Gallagher and worldly Joshua Bedford aim to teach Bobby Flay a thing or two in the kitchen; trying to lead them to victory are celebrity chef Josh Capon and sportscaster Jaymee Sire.
Food Network vet Katie Lee and The Chew's Carla Hall have a sweet surprise in store for Bobby Flay - they've brought in the cream of the crop, chefs Bruno Feldeisen and Michelle Gayer, for a chance to sweeten the pot with a win.
Actress Laura Prepon and The Chew's Daphne Oz team up to get Bobby Flay beat; Bobby's protegee Leia Gaccione has a surprise in store for her old mentor; New York restaurateur Einat Admony is out for redemption.
Food Network's Ted Allen turns the tables in Bobby Flay's kitchen and he has the "Chopped" dream team to back him up; competing chefs Amanda Freitag and Marc Murphy know a thing or two about getting their friend Bobby beat.
Past winner Anne Burrell gets ready to battle once again; she has to cook against hotshot chef Marcus Samuelsson; Scott Conant sits back and relaxes as his dream team takes center stage.
Alton Brown enlists past "Food Network Star" season winners Damaris Phillips and Justin Warner to give Mr. Flay the runaround in his own kitchen; the tables turn and the stakes heighten.
Bobby Flay's pals come in hot from the West and East Coasts to take him down at his own game; Michael Symon wants to settle the score, as he pits New York chef Alex Guarnaschelli against LA chef Jet Tila in an all-out battle of friends.
Top Chef host Gail Simmons and The Kitchen's Sunny Anderson are striking while the iron is hot in tonight's battle; here to tame the flame are Brooklyn's own Brandon Byrd and top Floridian chef Nicolay Adinaguev.
Actress Helene Yorke and Chopped's Alex Guarnaschelli conspire to beat Bobby Flay by bringing in southern boy Bobby Hansen and the Midwest's Steven Oakley, two chefs who are vying to take down the east coast king.
"Chopped" judge Scott Conant and actress Busy Phillips have their sights set on beating Bobby Flay; they pit Toronto chef Ivana Raca against New Orleans chef Tom Wolfe, with both chefs fighting to make their mark.
Chef and TV show host Anne Burrell ("Worst Cooks in America") and comedian Jay Pharoah plot and strategize how to beat Bobby Flay; Canadian chef Rene Rodriguez brings his south-of-the-border flavors against the Italian fare of chef Michael Kramer.
Larger-than-life Alex Reznik competes against Colin Smith from Reno Nev.; Iron Chef Michael Symon and soap star Susan Lucci decide who will get the chance to take down Bobby Flay.
Ted Allen and actress Debi Mazar welcome two contenders who lost Iron Chef America by one point; chef Todd Stein, who faced Bobby Flay in a battle of mussels, and chef Paul Virant, who took on Iron Chef Morimoto, compete.
A how-to guide for beating Bobby on his own turf, featuring some of the most memorable moments in Beat Bobby Flay history, with guests like Sunny Anderson, Giada DeLaurentiis and Michael Symon offering tips and tricks to beat Bobby.
Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell and Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli decide who will get to go against Bobby Flay; steakhouse chef Admir Alibasic and Asian street food master Jason Tom compete.
Chopped judge Scott Conant and Food Network Star's Giada De Laurentiis pick the chef to take down Bobby Flay; the Big Apple's Ian Alvarez and Seattle's Vuong Loc battle.
Amanda Freitag and Simon Majumdar judge Virginia-bred chef Ian Boden and up-and-coming New York City chef Danielle Duran to see who will get to go up against Bobby Flay.
Competing Chicago pastry chefs Kym DeLost and Chris Teixeira compete for judges Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee to see who will earn a shot to beat Bobby Flay.
Comedian Chris D'Elia and the notoriously tough-to-please Anne Burrell decide who will go up against Bobby Flay; Jersey girl gone Cali, Trish Tracey, and rocker turned chef, Daniel Cox square off for the chance to beat Bobby.
Austrian chef Daniel Angerer takes on Jersey restaurateur Jamie Knott for the chance to beat Bobby Flay; TV personality Kristin Cavallari teams up with Bobby's old friend Geoffrey Zakarian in hopes of an epic win.
Private chef Eric Adjepong goes up against California native Frank Otte to see whose food can win the hearts of Daphne Oz and "Good Morning America" co-anchor Lara Spencer and see who gets to compete against Bobby Flay.
Chef Lee Chizmar and Todd Mark Miller compete to see who will take on Bobby Flay; Josh Capon and Alex Guarnaschelli.
Colombian restaurateur Sam Gorenstein and Mexican chef David Vargas compete to take on Bobby Flay; Food Network's Katie Lee and actor Jason Biggs decide who gets to go up against Bobby.
Chefs and brothers Patrick and Terence Feury battle for Bryan and Michael Voltaggio to see who will get to try and beat Bobby Flay.
Artist-turned-chef Melissa Mayer and former sports reporter Jen Royle compete; Food Network's Giada De Laurentiis and Alex Guarnaschelli serve as judges to see if the contestants can beat Bobby Flay.
Chopped judge Amanda Freitag and The Chew's Carla Hall battle Bobby Flay; butcher Charles Bauer and top Miami chef Todd Erickson advise them.
Scott Conant's 6-year-old daughter, Ayla, helps him beat Bobby Flay on Bring Your Daughter to Work Day; New York City chef Lee Knoeppel and private chef Max Hardy present their best kid-friendly classics.
Sunny Anderson ("The Kitchen") and kid chefs Gibson Borelli and Tyler Zager try to beat Bobby Flay; California restaurateur Claud Beltran and first-time dad Brian Santos strive for a one-on-one showdown with Bobby Flay.
Bobby Flay's friend, the legendary Francois Payard and top New York City pastry chef, Zac Young compete; Food Network's Ted Allen and Girl Meets World's kid star Rowan Blanchard judge.
Grandma and military veteran Line Pelletier comes together with Brooklyn soul food chef Chris Scott to take on Bobby Flay; Carla Hall ("The Chew"), 12 year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons ("Modern Family") judge.
Martha Stewart joins Chopped judge Scott Conant for a Thanksgiving challenge; Moroccan-born Omar Zerrei and former Iron Chef America sous chef Ed Cotton take on Bobby Flay.
Chopped host Ted Allen joins chef Anne Burrell to discuss which contender has the best chance at beating Bobby Flay; Caribbean comfort food chef Justin Gaines and St. Louis barbecue tycoon Mike Johnson try to get Ted and Anne's vote.
The Windy City's Pat Sheerin and Chinese-American caterer Katie Chin prepare to take on Bobby Flay; Food Network's Sandra Lee and West Coast chef Curtis Stone choose who gets to go up against him.
Philly's sausage king Jeremy Nolen and Indian grill master Vijay Sadhu vie for the chance to deliver the knockout punch to Bobby Flay; Music legend Carnie Wilson joins The Kitchen's Katie Lee in the quest conquer Bobby.
Chef Andres Dangond competes against Tony Nguyen for a shot at Bobby Flay; Saturday Night Live's Michael Che teams up with Geoffrey Zakarian in hopes that they'll be the ones laughing at the end of the night.
Anthony Carrino, John Colaneri and Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli bring in tough-as-nails Toni Sapienza and Rodney Murillo to take Bobby on.
Katherine Clapner and Joe "The Baker" Baker compete in a ghoulish competition to see who gets to take on Bobby Flay; Sunny Anderson and Laura Vitale try to spook Bobby Flay into a horrifying defeat.
Martin Rios from Santa Fe, N.M., and proud Jersey boy Geoff Johnson hope they have an edge over each other and Bobby; judges Anne Burrell and comedian Mario Cantone.
TV food stylist Jackie Rothong competes against Italian-born Matteo Boffo for the chance to go up against Bobby Flay; Scott Conant and Bethenny Frankel must decide who actually gets a shot at 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.
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.
Simon Majumdar and chef Curtis Stone bring in chefs Perry Cheung and Richard Mancini with one goal in mind, to knock out Bobby Flay.
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.
Chef Sunny Anderson teams up with Grammy award-winner Kimberly Schlapman to urge on seasoned chef Kevin Des Chenes and one of the youngest "Beat Bobby Flay" competitors, chef Jenny Dorsey.
Maine restaurateur Mark Gaier, arrives hoping to redeem his partner's prior loss to Bobby Flay, but chef and caterer Christopher Covelli isn't going down without a fight.
Chef Anne Burrell and Olympian Apolo Ohno pit Italian chef Michele Castelli against New England chef Brian Miller.
Iranian competition junkie Kevin Naderi and Polish-Italian chef Mark Vecchitto aim to face off with Bobby with TV personality Donny Deutsch and chef Geoffrey Zakarian cheering them on.
Chefs Katie Lee and Laura Vitale come dressed to kill Bobby Flay's record; Denver chef Jennifer Jasinski and New Jersey restaurateur Eric Levine face off for the coveted chance to beat Bobby Flay.
Musician Lance Bass and chef Michael Voltaggio team up to put Bobby Flay in his place; Delaware chef Robbie Jester and the Garden State's French chef, James Laird, vie for a chance at Bobby.
Actress Perrey Reeves and chef Scott Conant set out to tarnish Bobby's record; Los Angeles chef Vikki Krinsky and lifelong vegetarian chef Pankaj Pradhan look for a chance at Bobby.
Nashville chef Matt Bolus and Colorado chef Brother Luck engage in some culinary fireworks when they battle for a chance to take on Bobby Flay; radio host Elvis Duran and chef Katie Lee cheer on the contestants.
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.
Chef Sunny Anderson stirs up trouble in Bobby Flay's kitchen while backing up her dream team of chefs Anne Burrell and Scott Conant, who seem to know Bobby's weaknesses better than anyone else.
Chefs Lee Frank and Joe Wolfson vie to bump Bobby Flay from the top of the charts; chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Trisha Yearwood cheer on the chefs while singing their praises.
Classic French chef Philippe Corbet dukes it out with D.C. chef George Rodrigues for the chance to knock Bobby Flay from his pedestal; actress Diane Guerrero and chef Geoffrey Zakarian cheer on the combatants.
Miami chef Adrianne Calvo goes head-to-head with German native and Pennsylvania chef Ben Thomas; actor Anthony Anderson and "The Kitchen's" Jeff Mauro referee the action.
Two winners of "Food Network Star," Eddie Jackson and Jeff Mauro, team up to take down their mentor, Bobby Flay; New York City titans, Jesse Schenker and Danny Mena, battle to show Bobby who's the real king of New York.
NFL Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis and chef Giada De Laurentiis spur on Atlanta barbecue chef Jordan Wakefield and Florida chef Kenny Gilbert.
Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian bring on the heat of the south as they attempt to get Bobby Flay burned; Louisiana's Robert Vasquez goes head-to-head with South Carolina's Aaron Rivera for a chance at Bobby Flay.
Katie Lee and Simon Majumdar cheer on Honolulu's Shaymus Alwin and Boston restaurateur Jeremy Sewall's efforts to take Bobby Flay's crown.
Ina Garten, and actor Neil Patrick Harris cheer on veteran Indian chef, Thomas John and personal chef Gail Arnold.
French caterer Gui Alinat and Dallas caterer Kevin Ashade put it all on the line to get to Bobby Flay; chefs Josh Capon and Alex Guarnaschelli get to pick the competitor they think can bring Bobby to his knees.
Sunny Anderson and Bobby Deen try their best to beat Bobby Flay; young gun Ty Leon and culinary talent Caprial Pence, both crave the sweet taste of victory.
Baltimore restaurateur Cindy Wolf and Southern belle Stacie Vande Wetering aim to teach Bobby Flay a thing or two in the kitchen; chefs Anne Burrell and Curtis Stone cheer on the contestants.
Maria Menounos and Scott Conant bring the glitz, glamour and competition to Bobby's house; Chefs Branden Levine and Damon Gordon face off for the ultimate reward, beating Bobby Flay.
Three of Bobby's closest friends are playing by his rules in a bid to take him down, as Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon go head-to-head in the arena and Katie Lee leads the charge.
Chopped host Ted Allen and Cooking Channel host Kelsey Nixon decide which chef has the culinary gumption to take down Bobby; Syrian chef Sanaa Abourezk vs. Philadelphia's hottest chef, Matt Levin.
Sante Fe chef Todd Hall and Phoenix chef Brian Archibald duke it out for at chance at Bobby Flay with Michael Symon and Michael Voltaggio routing them on.
Katie Lee and Damaris Phillips conspire to crush Bobby Flay; New Mexico-born chef, Carlos Baez, takes on Long Island, N.Y., chef Steven Scalesse, for the chance to break Bobby's heart on Valentine's Day.
Former football player, Chef Deji Oduwole, and competition junkie, Chef Zane Holmquist, compete for a chance to go one-on-one against Bobby Flay; Anne Burrell and former professional boxer Laila Ali cheer on the competitors.
Sunny Anderson and Alex Guarnaschelli ruffle some feathers; Mohan Ismail brings his Singaporean flare against Long Island, N.Y., all-star, Nicole Roarke.
When chefs John Tesar and Terry Sargent step into the arena, it is clear someone has a beef to settle; "Cutthroat Kitchen" judges Jet Tila and Simon Majumdar must determine which chef is a cut above the rest.
Comedian Judy Gold teams up with Katie Lee for the chance to poke fun at their friend Bobby Flay; Las Vegas titan, Chef Alex Stratta, and Iranian chef Houman Gohary compete for the chance to take on Bobby.
New York chefs Geoffrey Zakarian and Amanda Freitag step into the arena to beat Bobby Flay; chef Tim Freeman takes on Boston native chef Nookie Postal for the chance to take down the original Iron Chef.
TV personality Ted Allen and comic Margaret Cho don't play by the rules when it comes to taking down Bobby Flay, and they bring in renegade chefs Diane DiMeo and Ian Russo to do their dirty work.
TV personalities Rachael Ray and Ross Mathews hold nothing back and leave nothing to chance with Washington D.C.'s favorite Indian chef, K.N. Vinod, and the owner of eight restaurants, chef Gavin Fine.
Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and magician Penn Jillette set their sights on a Christmas miracle, beating Bobby Flay; Moroccan French chef Adil Fawzi and New Jersey chef Ariane Duarte faceoff.
Hotel chef Roy Breiman and restaurant chef Vaughn Crenshaw go head-to-head; Scott Conant and Today Show co-host Willie Geist cast their lines for the best chef to take him down.
Michael Symon and Geoffrey Zakarian conspire to squash Bobby Flay; Emmy-nominated Rhode Island chef Nick Rabar goes head-to-head with all-American New York chef Jeff Haskel.
Katie Lee and Alex Guarnaschelli bet that either Spanish-language cooking show host, Chef Giovanna Huyke or caterer Jennifer Bajsel will have what it takes to bring down Bobby.
Experienced New York chef Ric Orlando battles self-taught chef Kiran Verma from Houston; Anne Burrell and Spike Mendelsohn bring their culinary expertise to the arena in an effort to get Bobby beat.
Simon Majumdar and Debi Mazar bring in scarily-gifted chefs Justin Burke-Samson and Tommy Juliano for the chance to trick Bobby Flay with their signature treats.
Geoffrey Zakarian and Daphne Oz cheer on returning contestants, Dallas caterer Tre Wilcox and Kentucky chef Anthony Lamas.
Michael Symon and Debi Mazar have brought back Ukrainian-born chef Natasha Pogrebinsky and talented chef Michael Jenkins, for another shot at Bobby Flay.
Sunny Anderson and Jeff Mauro are on hand to support returning contenders Bruce Kalman and Jordan Andino in their bid to take down Bobby Flay.
Scott Conant and Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott welcome back two contenders, Texan Blythe Beck and New Yorker Angelo Sosa, to battle for the chance to go head-to-head with Bobby Flay again.
Simon Majumdar and Anne Burrell, are poised to give Bobby Flay a run for his money; New York's chef Miguel Trinidad and Maine's chef Brian Hill faceoff for a shot at Bobby.
Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Iron Chef judge Donatella Arpaia bring in Washington's Michael Walters and Seattle's Lisa Nakamura to battle for a chance at Bobby Flay.
Chefs Curtis Stone and Sunny Anderson take no prisoners on their quest to beat Bobby Flay; farm to fork chef Clark Barlowe goes head to head with Italian chef Peter McAndrews.
Chefs Jeanie Roland and Becca Richards battle for their chance to take on Iron Chef Bobby Flay; Robert Irvine and Katie Lee keep Bobby in their crosshairs.
Tex-Mex master Gregory Webb faces off against New Jersey's Peter Morris in this battle for supremacy; chefs Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian have the call on who's got the skills to beat Bobby Flay.
Ted Allen and Debi Mazar are primed to take down their friend Bobby; golden boys Gio Osso and Mike Friedman arrive with fire in their eyes.
New York chefs Amanda Freitag and Alex Guarnaschelli bring in their heavy-hitters to battle Bobby; Chicago chef Jared Case tests his skills against the Greek-inspired chef Kouri Killmeier.
Katie Lee and Geoffrey Zakarian arrive in the arena; veteran chefs Linda Harrell and Kenny Johnson battle for the chance to show their worth against Bobby Flay.
Fireworks erupt when super-competitive chefs Brian Cartenuto and Matthew O'Neil flex their culinary know-how; Rachael Ray and cookbook author Jessica Seinfeld set their sights on beating Bobby.
Michael Symon and Daphne Oz arrive in the arena to beat up on their friend Bobby Flay; chefs Sylvia Casares and Braden Wages square off in a battle of sheer will.
Tre Wilcox brings his high energy against Baltimore's chef Sarah Acconcia; Sunny Anderson and Giada De Laurentiis bring their wits and expertise to the arena to get Bobby beat.
New Jersey chef Gregory Torrech laces up his bootstraps against Moroccan chef Sam Marvin; restaurateur Scott Conant and actress and author Haylie Duff decide who has what it takes to face Bobby.
Damaris Phillips teams up with Alex Guarnaschelli in this battle of culinary gladiators; New England bad boy Will Gilson brings his modern cuisine against the fusion fare of Navy vet, Lawrence Males.
Chef Dominic Zumpano, takes on chef Angelo Sosa, in a grilling battle; Debi Mazar, and Michael Symon make the call on who has the chops to rake Bobby over the coals.
Musician and chef Eugene Jones and up-and-coming chef Christopher Wall enter a culinary skirmish for the chance to take down the legend, Bobby Flay; with Simon Majumdar and Sunny Anderson.
Vietnamese-born Thoa Nguyen does battle with high-end chef Jason Hippen; chefs Anne Burrell and Scott Conant decide who has the cuisine to reign supreme.
Chefs Geoffrey Zakarian and Chris Santos have a single objective, make Mom proud; seasoned vet Kathy Cary squares off with acclaimed chef Shanna O'Hea.
Tamron Hall and Ted Allen have Bobby is in their sights; whiz kid Katherine Humphus gets into a culinary slugfest with the no-nonsense John Wassil.
Chefs Curtis Stone and Michael Symon team up to rattle Bobby; Rhode Island's Chef Antonio Franco goes head-to-head against New York Chef Luke Venner for the chance to take on Bobby Flay.
Katie Lee and Simon Majumdar have their sights set on victory as Southerner Keri Moser faces off against New Englander Clark Frasier for the chance to go up against Bobby Flay.
Actor and chef David Burtka teams up with Alex Guarnaschelli to beat Bobby Flay; self-taught chefs Johnny Zone and Jumoke Jackson battle for the right to dethrone Bobby.
Alison Sweeney and Sunny Anderson set their sights on Bobby; young gun Kelvin Fernandez takes on Japanese superstar Chris Kobayashi, with both vying for a shot at taking down Bobby Flay.
Puerto Rican chef Jose Adorno battles Italian chef Adam Halberg; news anchor Natalie Morales and Chopped judge Scott Conant revel in making Bobby sweat.
Naval chef Carla Harris brings her grit against seriously competitive chef Noah Schwartz; Anne Burrell and Geoffrey Zakarian use their expertise to determine who has the arsenal to beat Bobby.
Brooklyn-born chef Jen Biesty takes on self-taught chef Chris Lamphier; Katie Lee and Alex Guarnaschelli turn up the pressure.
Giada De Laurentiis and Michael Symon team up once again to take down their friend Bobby Flay; global chef David deCastro and Japanese-born chef Taichi Kitamura battle for a chance to take on the champion in his house.
Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian bring in Nevada's Robert Hesse to battle New York's Michael Jenkins.
Former body-builder, chef Alina Eisenhauer flexes her muscle against New York's chef Joe Dobias with the winner taking on Bobby Flay.
Sunny Anderson and Ted Allen call in chef and grill-master Victor Albisu and competition-junkie chef Eddie Tancredi, who battle it out for a chance to beat Bobby.
Jeff Mauro and Justin Warner bring in chefs Daniela D'Ambrosio and Malcolm Mitchell to fight for the right to show what they've got.
Chefs Jonathan Waxman and Aaron Sanchez bring in veteran chef Herb Wilson and New England chef Robin King, who square off for their chance to take on the legend himself.
Chef Michael Voltaggio and food expert Simon Majumdar hope that chefs John Miele or Evan Hennessey will have what it takes to take down Bobby Flay.
Fusion chef Damien O'Donnell goes up against Mexican-born chef Adrian Leon and in their corner are "Chopped" judges Alex Guarnaschelli and Scott Conant.
Chefs Anne Burrell and Scott Conant bet that chef Blythe Beck or the classically trained chef Mark Allen will have what it takes to spoil Bobby's Christmas.
Brooke Burke-Charvet and Alton Brown bet that beach chef Jeremy Hanlon and native New York chef Alex Diaz will have what it takes to take on the king.
Michael Symon and Giada De Laurentiis team up to bring in two talented chefs who won't back down: Italian chef Giulio Adriani and Texan chef Kristine Kittrell.
Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian and supermodel Chrissy Teigen judge; master chef Julieta Ballesteros and farm-raised chef Kat Ploszaj compete for the chance to go up against Bobby.
Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Anne Burrell have their eyes on the prize of taking down Bobby; Surf Chef Raphael Lunetta and Cowboy Chef Jake Gandolfo compete against each other before one takes on Bobby.
"Chopped's" Ted Allen and Amanda Freitag support chefs Patrick D'Andrea and Rob Feenie in their quest to compete against Bobby Flay.
Chefs Geoffrey Zakarian and Jeff Mauro are playing the tricks and culinary instructor James Gillespie and restaurateur Rob Maffucci are serving up the Halloween treats.
Chefs Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Symon join forces to find a competitor to take down Bobby Flay; tensions erupt as titan Daniel Holzman dukes it out with fellow New York chef Palak Patel.
Chefs Sunny Anderson and Katie Lee try to determine whether muscle man Mychael Bonner or old-school Italian chef Anna Maria Santorelli has what it takes to take on Bobby Flay.
Alton Brown and Anne Burrell join forces in an effort to beat Bobby Flay with the help of their hand-selected chefs Heather West and Florian Wehrli.
Simon Majumdar and Donatella Arpaia seek a contender to beat Bobby Flay; chefs Stephen Durley and Tim Wiechmann face off.
Comedian Judah Friedlander and chef Michael Symon team up to find a competitor to beat Bobby Flay; California's Jason Fullilove dukes it out against New York's Billy Oliva.
Street food king, Chef Jeremiah Bullfrog and Midwestern chef, Kyle Williams battle it out; Ted Allen and Alex Guarnaschelli judge the results.
Chefs Natasha Pogrebinsky and Esther Choi throw down in the kitchen with the hopes of convincing judges Marc Murphy and Katie Lee that they have what it takes to Beat Bobby Flay.
Jersey's Carlos Serrano and L.A.'s Nina Younan battle it out for a chance to beat Bobby Flay but things nearly go up in flames when the chefs begin to improvise.
Young buck Jordan Andino and industry pro Jennifer Cole-Ruiz fight for the chance to go up against Bobby Flay.
Fusion chef, Matthew Britt and rebel, Tyler Anderson compete for a chance to beat Bobby Flay; with chefs Sunny Anderson and Jet Tila.
Former Iron Chef America winner, L.A.'s chef Neal Fraser, goes up against Boston chef Jason Santos with the winner earning a chance to beat Bobby.
Crab Claw King, Andy Saint-Ange, challenges tattooed butcher, Bruce Kalman, to win a chance to take down Bobby; with "Chopped" judges Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian.
Experienced chef Andrew Evans battles the up and coming chef Brooke Mallory; Scott Conant and food critic Katie Lee judge.
Chefs Kamal Rose and Shannon Bard compete for a chance to Beat Bobby Flay; Iron Chef Michael Symon and comedian Ali Wentworth will decide the winner.
Catering queen Kimberly Van Kline and Christopher Lee, compete for a chance to take on Bobby Flay; Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and down home chef Jack McDavid stop by to see how the competition measures up.
Farm girl Rochelle Bilow and city boy Paul Denamiel battle it out for a chance to take on Bobby Flay.
Cancer survivor Steven McHugh goes head-to-head with 6'7 former rock star, Brian Young for a chance to take on Bobby Flay.
New Yorker Brian Tsao and Maryland's Adam Harvey duke it out for their chance to knock Bobby off his throne.
Georgia chef Matthew Raiford and Boston chef Karen Akunowicz compete for their chance to take on Bobby Flay.
Kentucky chef Anthony Lamas and Washington chef Jennifer Nguyen bring the battle to the Big Apple for a chance to Beat Bobby Flay.
Two chefs must first face off against each other to earn the chance to challenge Bobby Flay; Alex Guarnaschelli and Jeff Mauro judge the results.