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Cutthroat Kitchen season 1 episodes list:
In this unpredictable episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, pocketknives and thievery turn this turkey dinner into a not so "Thanksgiving." Then we'll see which chef gets burned when they're forced to make an edible French toast with burnt bread. And finally, one chef gets their hands dirty when they have to make a lobster roll without utensils.
In this sadistic episode of savory sabotage, we'll find out if the chefs can make a winning pork chops and applesauce dish ... without the use of pork chops or apples! Then we'll see a literal meltdown, as the chefs compete to make the perfect mac and cheese. And finally, one chef has to swim upstream as they're forced to whip up fish and chips without use of a fryer.
In this episode full of culinary curveballs, we'll see if one chef can tempt the judge when they're forced to make tacos with bologna. Then we'll find out who the real traitors are as the chefs try to derail each other's Eggs Benedict. And finally we'll see if one chef can hold it together while they try to keep their crab cake from falling apart.
In this episode, one chef bestows dreaded mystery meat on an opponent in hopes of sabotaging their cheese steak. Then one chef makes some real waves when he forces an opponent to make cupcakes in a microwave oven. Finally, we'll see if one chef gets pie in their eye when they're forced to use pie crust as their pizza crust, or ... they just might deliver.
In this exciting episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, we'll see if one chef can turn gas station snack food into gourmet ravioli. Then, the chefs are put through the grinder as one of them is forced to make the perfect burger on a camp stove. Finally, we'll see which chef has more guts, as one of them is made to serve giblets with their fried chicken.
In this devilishly fun episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, we'll see which chef is the most cold blooded as they bid on a chance to freeze an opponent for 10 whole minutes. Then, one of the chefs will have to wing it when they're forced to use some strange ingredients in their chicken wing plate. And in an exciting climax, we'll see which chef will take home the dough with their superior gourmet doughnuts.
Things really heat up in the kitchen as one chef forces an opponent to create a perfect grilled cheese with a hand torch. Then, one chef might come off like a big jerk as they make an opponent fill their shepherd's pie with beef jerky. Finally, we'll find out how a fortune cookie actually changes one chef's fortune in a climactic egg roll showdown.
In this episode full of culinary combat, the stakes are raised when one chef earns the exclusive right to salt their steak. Then one chef's world is turned upside down as they're challenged to make a perfect omelet on the underside of a pan. And finally, one chef sticks it to another as they force them to serve their bananas foster on a stick.
All of the competitors throw their chips into the pot in a cutthroat auction, for the right to force a rival to make nachos without utensils. Then, we'll see how one chef deals with a flavorful dilemma as they must hand in their herbs and spices and use savory jelly beans to flavor their sausage and peppers dish. Finally, one chef shows true grit as they attempt to make shrimp and grits without grits.
The competition gets rolling when one chef has to wear oven mitts to roll up his burrito. Then one chef gets "served" as they deal with creating the perfect pie using a pie server as their only tool. Finally, it's a jungle out there in the final teriyaki bowl challenge when one chef is forced to harvest all of their water from whole coconuts.
Time to see how the chefs stack up for the round one pancake challenge! Then, times get tough in Cutthroat Kitchen when one chef is forced to cut their overflowing jambalaya ingredients to just five pounds. Finally, one chef "meats" their match when they get "creamed" (or smashed?) by the winning dish of meatloaf and mashed potatoes.
In this comfort food episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, these chefs are anything but comfortable. Watch as one chef attempts lasagna "grate"-ness as they make an opponent grate a three pound block of Parmesan cheese! Then, there's a noticeable chill in the area when one chef denies his opponent the ability to taste their chili. Finally, one chef fights until he's blue in the face when he's forced to make his chicken cordon bleu ... blue.
In this episode of Cutthroat Kitchen, we take it back to the classics. As the chefs battle to make the most be"wich"ing sandwich, things get switched up when two chefs are forced to swap their baskets! Then, sharing is anything but caring in the fiery barbecue round when two chefs have to share their cook time. Finally, the competition gets s'more heat when one chef adds s'more fuel to the flame when they force their opponent to build their own campfire.