The chefs must create a series of dishes based on their careers.
Things get heated as the teams fight over limited refrigerator space.
Slow roasted achiote pork in banana leaves
The chefs should have known there would have been one more surprise waiting for them.
Rick explains the dish that made him want to be a chef.
A lesson on how to deglaze a pan.
Chef Hubert Keller has nothing to be ashamed of as he became so close to becoming the Top Chef Master
Kobayashi and Arrington sudden death cook-off!
We've saved the best for last.
The remaining chefs hire their team for the Elimination Challenge.
Jason Neroni breaks down a pig head
We don't need Emeril Lagasse in the kitchen to finish off this season with a "bang"! Dear friends and Los Angeles legends Raphael Lunetta and Neal Fraser take their strikingly different personalities into one of our most manic competitions ever. Fraser comes out of the gate plating dishes left and right. Meanwhile, Chef Lunetta has judges Mark Peek, Drew Barrymore and Michael Cimarusti biting their nails as they watch the clock. Will his aged rib eye, abalone and Pacific Ocean trout dishes be done in time? See who's raving when their hour expires!
"Chopped" champion Bruce Kalman takes on "Top Chef" runner-up Stefan Richter to make two dishes incorporating shibumi and naked cowboy oysters, nasturtiums and quails. Can Kalman's rustic flavors and cool confidence compete with Richter's elegant cuisine and Nordic bravado? Watch these two chefs square off.
It's old school versus new school when veteran chef Jason Travi takes on Zagat's 30 Under 30 chef John-Carlos Kuramoto. Can Travi's New England roots compete with Kuramoto's Japanese and Mexican-influenced upbringing? See what the two chefs come up with using trout roe, acorn fed Berkshire pork loin and wild clovers.
Dustin Trani grew up in his parents' restaurant in San Pedro and Vartan Abgaryan spent his classtime day dreaming of what he'd cook when he got home. These two child prodigies grew up to run the kitchens at DOMA and Cliff's Edge in Los Angeles--but their talents will be tested by the secret ingredients. Lamb belly is extremely difficult to tenderize in 60 minutes and live crawfish are, well, pinchy. See which competitor wows executive chefs Mark Peel and Michael Voltaggio to obtain the ultimate bragging rights.
"Chopped" champion Bruce Kalman takes on "Top Chef" runner-up Stefan Richter.
Veteran New England-style chef Jason Travi takes on Zagat's 30 Under 30 honoree John-Carlos Kuramoto.
Lifelong chefs Dustin Trani and Vartan Abgaryan tame live crawfish in our fastest competition yet.
It's chaos in the kitchen as good friends and Los Angeles legends Raphael Lunetta and Neal Fraser duke it out in the finale.
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