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A cooking competition featuring Los Angeles chefs who use secret ingredients to create dishes in front of an audience.
Season 2, Episode 1
April 15, 2014
Season 2 begins with chefs Tim Love of Texas and Mike Isabella of Washington, D.C., breaking down an entire pig.
Season 2, Episode 2
April 22, 2014
An oxtail battle begins between Italian culinary master Freddy Vargas and modernist chef Justin Wills. Kris Morningstar and Naomi Pomeroy are the guest judges.
Season 2, Episode 3
King crab is prepared by Los Angeles chef Brooke Williamson and Houston chef Chris Shepherd. Williamson also deals with the pressure of trying to impress her old boss, Josiah Citrin, who is a guest judge.
Season 2, Episode 4
April 29, 2014
Two rival Los Angeles chefs, Johnny Zone and Michael Teich, prepare dishes using cardoons. Naomi Pomeroy and Kris Morningstar are the guest judges.
Season 2, Episode 5
Two of the restaurant world's most influential chefs, Mark Peel and Sal Marino, battle as they prepare sea snails. Krista Simmons and Josiah Citrin are the guest judges.
Season 2, Episode 6
May 6, 2014
Chefs Jessica Christensen and Kevin Luzande are given a sweetbreads challenge. Guest judges: Naomi Pomeroy and Kris Morningstar.
Season 2, Episode 7
Portland chefs Benjamin Bettinger and Patrick McKee cook pig's ear and rabbit. Guest judges: Krista Simmons and Josiah Citrin.
Season 2, Episode 8
May 13, 2014
Chefs Tin Vuong and Perry Cheung are challenged to use blood in their recipes. Krista Simmons and Brendan Collins are the guest judges.
Season 2, Episode 9
Chefs Kevin Gillespie and Eric Park cook pig's feet and live scallops for guest judges Nyesha Arrington, Kris Morningstar and Brett Gurewitz.
Season 2, Episode 10
May 20, 2014
New Orleans chefs Sue Zemanick and Tory McPhail prepare bison for guest judges Krista Simmons and Brendan Collins.
Season 2, Episode 11
Portland chefs John Gorham and Kasey Mills take on Southern California chefs David Lentz and Kris Longley. They prepare a dish using quail, dragon fruit and sea cucumbers.
Season 2, Episode 12
July 29, 2014
Adam Sappington of Portland's Country Cat and Michael Smith of Kansas's City's Michael Smith Restaurant compete over a forequarter of beef.
Season 2, Episode 13
Past "Knife Fight" champ Ricardo Zarate puts his title on the line against Santa Monica chef Ray Garcia, as the two battle over an enormous octopus.
Season 2, Episode 14
August 5, 2014
Seattle chef Jason Wilson throws down with Portland chef Greg Denton over chicken gizzards, juniper berries and eel.
Season 2, Episode 15
Tennessee chefs Kelly English and Tandy Wilson go head-to-head over goose and make a side bet that results in one of them losing his facial hair.
Season 2, Episode 16
August 12, 2014
Mary Sue Milliken of L.A.'s Border Grill and Traci Des Jardins of San Francisco's Jardinère put their friendship aside and battle over skate in front of guest judge Naomi Pomeroy.
Season 2, Episode 17
August 19, 2014
Chef Jason Paluska of Santa Barbara and chef Kyle Itani of Oakland compete over live halibut.
Season 2, Episode 18
August 26, 2014
San Francisco chefs Charles Phan and Anthony Strong battle over flying fish.
Season 2, Episode 19
September 2, 2014
St. Louis chef Kevin Nashan battles New York City chef Harold Moore over a whole spring lamb.
Season 2, Episode 20
September 9, 2014
Chefs Ricardo Diaz and Gilberto Cetina Jr. battle for Mexican cooking supremacy when they prepare calf liver.
Season 2, Episode 21
September 16, 2014
Ricardo Zarate and Michael Voltaggio's young protégés---Brian Huskey and Mei Lin---try to make their mentors proud as they cook with silkie chicken.
Season 2, Episode 22
September 23, 2014
A kitchen mishap nearly derails Kelly Liken as she takes on Steve Redzikowski in a showdown between two of Colorado's best chefs.
Season 2, Episode 23
September 30, 2014
New Orleans chef Justin Devillier and Los Angeles chef Michael Bryant compete using 1000-year-old eggs.
Season 2, Episode 24
October 7, 2014
New York chefs Edi Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban cook with crickets.
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