Just how far is a chef willing to go to win a cooking competition? Cutthroat Kitchen hands four chefs each $25,000 and the opportunity to spend that money on helping themselves or sabotaging their competitors. Ingredients will be thieved, utensils destroyed and valuable time on the clock lost when the chefs compete to cook delicious dishes while also having to outplot the competition. With Alton Brown as the devilish provocateur, nothing is out of bounds when money changes hands and we see just how far chefs will go to ensure they have the winning dish.
Written by Sophie and last updated on oct 04, 2022.
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Two chefs roll around in a rickshaw while they make green papaya salad. One chef rides a mechanical bull while making a barbecue bacon cheeseburger. Finally, one chef has to bake a spice cake in a spice grinder.
The episode was rated 7.32 from 37 votes.
In this special holiday episode, two chefs have to prep their Christmas quiche on a pile of snow. Then, two chefs must make a duck dinner while sitting on Santa's lap. Finally, one chef has to make their eggnog dessert in a giant snow globe.
The episode was rated 7.36 from 28 votes.
Three chefs have to make potato salad while wearing one potato sack. Two chefs have to play catch with their ingredients while making chicken cacciatore. One chef has to make donuts with ingredients they get from a giant box of donuts.
The episode was rated 7.36 from 22 votes.
There's only one more spot in the Superstar Sabotage finale and chefs Bobby Deen, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marcel Vigneron, and Sherry Yard each think they have what it takes to get there. To prove their skills, they must face sabotages such as making an omelet while walking on a giant hamster wheel, playing pin the tail on the donkey for burrito ingredients, and joining the Rockettes while making a New York cheesecake.
The episode was rated 7.37 from 30 votes.
An old trend makes a comeback as one chef planks as they make crab cake benedict. One chef has to make a gyro while spinning around on a giant spit. Finally, one chef has to make rhubarb pie in a pi pan.
The episode was rated 7.41 from 37 votes.
While making cocktails and hors d'oeuvre, two chefs have to get their ingredients from trays of passed appetizers. Then, one chef has to make cashew chicken on a horseshoe. Finally, one chef has to shoot their tres leches cake ingredients through a basketball hoop.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 28 votes.
In a special chocolate episode, one chef has to play roulette for their chocolate chip cookie dessert ingredients. Then, two chefs have to play whack-a-mole for their mole ingredients. Finally, one chef has to play a giant marble maze as they make chocolate marble cake.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 29 votes.
One chef has to drive around in a delivery car while they make a breakfast pizza. Another chef has to make jalapeno poppers in a popcorn machine. Finally, one chef has to make sorbet while dragging around a giant action movie poster.
The episode was rated 7.48 from 31 votes.
One chef has to make potato pancakes with tiny tools stuck in potato people. Then, two chefs have to make tandoori chicken while their arms are strapped in tandem. Finally, one chef has to make a crisp while working on an ab bench.
The episode was rated 7.50 from 22 votes.
Two chefs have to make Dutch baby pancakes while Double Dutch jump roping. Two chefs join the Queen's guard while making bangers and mash. One chef has to snap photos while making ginger snaps.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 37 votes.
Four star chefs return for the Superstar Sabotage finale, and first, one chef has to cook fish sticks in a weather chamber. Then, two chefs have to star in a giant monster movie as they make ramen. Finally, one chef has to cook a dessert with both hands behind their back.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 37 votes.
In a special man cave episode judged by William Shatner, three chefs have to make their bacon dishes while sitting on a couch. Then, two chefs have to get in the wrestling ring to make their burger and onion rings. Finally, one chef has to shoot pool to move around the kitchen as they make their booze dessert.
The episode was rated 7.56 from 25 votes.
One chef has to cook hush puppies in Alton's Hush Puppet theater. Then, two chefs have to share a giant knife while making fajitas.
The episode was rated 7.62 from 45 votes.
Three chefs have to play the "enchi-lottery" for their enchilada ingredients. Two chefs have to go back to the stone age to make their bibimbap. Finally, one chef has to make their frozen custard concrete in a concrete mixer.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 24 votes.
Three chefs have to make stuffed cabbage while stuffed in a cab. Then, two chefs have to play a "shock"-shuka game for their shakshuka ingredients. Finally, one chef has to make their trifle one layer at a time.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 23 votes.
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