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 have to make fast food while carrying around a cardboard car. Then one chef has to prep their scallop dish underwater. Finally, one chef has to make donuts on the giant donut that they have to wear.
The episode was rated 6.96 from 26 votes.
The ultimate backyard grill suit is unveiled. One chef's equipment becomes all tangled up in fish nets. In the final round, claw hands are the name of the game for a barbecue chicken sandwich.
The episode was rated 6.96 from 26 votes.
In a special holiday episode, three chefs have to harvest ingredients from Christmas stockings to make a party dip. Then, two chefs must pull around Santa in his sleigh while preparing a beef tenderloin dinner. Finally, one chef has to make their snack for Santa in Santa's workshop.
The episode was rated 6.88 from 33 votes.
Two chefs have to make spring rolls on a prep table they make of bungee cords. Then, two chefs have to make brick chicken in a brick building. Finally, one chef has to make a banana split with a bowling ball on their hand.
The episode was rated 6.85 from 27 votes.
A chef is forced to cook soup using a single brew coffee machine. Later, chefs get hands-on when Alton asks for peace in the kitchen.
The episode was rated 6.84 from 25 votes.
An egg soccer match gets intense; two chefs literally can't get off each other's backs; and a bad memory hounds a chef while making blondies
The episode was rated 6.80 from 10 votes.
One chef has to cook fish tacos on tiki torches. Then, one chef has to make pasta salad, using water that they harvest from a patio mister. Finally, one chef has to bake an apple pie inside apples.
The episode was rated 6.78 from 18 votes.
Two chefs make a Hawaiian pizza on a swaying hula prep station. While making shrimp stir-fry, one chef has to ride around in a shrimped-out ride. Finally, one chef has to make a candy bar in an actual bar.
The episode was rated 6.75 from 24 votes.
Three chefs have to make fish stew in a canoe. Another chef has to make pasta carbonara in a moving mine cart. Finally, one chef has to use a chemistry set to make pound cake.
The episode was rated 6.58 from 33 votes.
A gang of chefs on bouncy horses face a biscuit breakfast challenge; two on a stroller making chicken nuggets; two chefs battle with long tools and short legs.
The episode was rated 6.31 from 13 votes.
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