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S21, EP14 "Cruising to a Win"

The three remaining chefs must create the best four-course progressive meal of their careers; the chefs will present their dishes to a lineup of culinary greats.

S21, EP13 "Set Sail"

The final four chefs must create a dish highlighting fish and cheese to impress Kristen, Tom, Gail and local guest judge Helmi Smeulders; the chefs then set sail on Holland America Line's Eurodam where they enjoy a meal prepared by chef Morimoto.

S21, EP12 "Goodbye, Wisconsin"

The chefs are tasked with identifying as many ingredients as they can in a blind taste test; they must create a dish that exemplifies their culinary growth throughout their time in Wisconsin; returning guest judge Paul Bartolotta.

S21, EP11 "Lay It All on the Table"

A familiar face returns to the competition; Tom cooks up a dish that Kristen and Gail can't resist; the chefs must serve their creations directly on a tabletop to Kristen, Tom, Gail and guest judge Curtis Duffy.

S21, EP10 "Door County Fish Boil"

The chefs participate in a meat raffle; guest judge Art Smith joins Kristen, Tom and Gail to determine which protein dish reigns supreme; for the Elimination Challenge, the chefs host their very own Door County fish boil to 100 hungry guests.

S21, EP9 "The Good Land"

Kristen is joined by judges Tom and Gail for this week's Quickfire Challenge as the chefs are tasked to create dishes featuring cranberries in a unique way.

S21, EP8 "Restaurant Wars"

Split into two teams, the chefs are tasked to conceptualize and create two restaurants that feature a three-course progressive menu with at least two options for each course.

S21, EP7 "Sausage Race"

Bryan Voltaggio joins Kristen to test the chefs' flambé and charring skills; Amar Santana heads to the kitchen with the Milwaukee Brewers racing sausages; the chefs compete at the American Family Field and serve sausage-forward dishes.

S21, EP6 "Chaos Cuisine"

A Last Chance Kitchen surprise changes the game; Milk Bar's Christina Tosi joins Kristen for a sweet Quickfire that requires the chefs to create a dairy-forward dessert; the chefs must serve a dish that exemplifies chaos cuisine.

S21, EP5 "Supper Club"

While in Madison, the chefs receive a message alerting them that they'll be shopping for their quickfire challenge, but they do not know what the challenge is.

S21, EP4 "The Wright Way"

The chefs hit the road and take the Frank Lloyd Wright trail to Madison; for the elimination challenge, the chefs are tasked with creating dishes in teams of two that feature duality and celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright's legacy as "America's Architect."

S21, EP3 "Take It Cheesy"

The chefs must make a dish featuring Door County cherries and a mystery ingredient; for the Elimination Challenge, the chefs put on a Cheese Festival where each chef will be responsible for creating a dish featuring one of 13 different cheeses.

S21, EP2 "Living the High Life"

Top Chef Colorado winner Joe Flamm joins Kristen for the Quickfire Challenge, tasking the chefs to create a dish featuring hops.

S21, EP1 "Chef's Test"

Top Chef heads to Wisconsin with 15 new chefs, new rules and new host Kristen Kish. With no Quickfire Challenge this week, Kristen, Tom and Gail each task five chefs with cooking a dish they believe is a worthy test of being a good chef.

S20, EP14 "Fin."

The final three chefs cook the meal of their lives for Padma, Tom and Gail, along with a table of culinary luminaries in Paris.

S20, EP13 "Champions in Paris"

The final four land in Paris, the culinary capital of the world and home of the 2024 Olympics, where they compete in the infamous Wall Challenge; their partners are U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

S20, EP12 "Goodbye, London!"

The final four chefs welcome back the winner of "Last Chance Kitchen"; a dish featuring jellies and molds; creating trompe l'oeil dishes.

S20, EP11 "Battle of the Wellingtons"

The remaining six chefs are tasked with creating a steamed dish for their Quickfire Challenge; the chefs are put in teams of two and must create not one, not two, but three different Wellingtons to serve 20 diners, along with Padma, Tom and Gail.

S20, EP10 "Thali Time"

The chefs have to cook with preserved fish for this week's Quickfire Challenge; the chefs must use six different flavor profiles to create their own Thali platter to impress a panel of chefs from India and judges Padma, Tom and Gail.

S20, EP9 "Restaurant Wars"

The chefs split into two teams of four and are tasked with creating a restaurant concept and tasting menu; to add to the pressure, they must debut their restaurants at three Michelin-starred Core by Clare Smyth and the judges.

S20, EP8 "Street Food Fight"

Guest judge Judy Joo surprises the chefs by challenging them to create delicious street food-inspired dishes; the chefs must get inspiration from the new "Fast X" movie for the largest and fastest mise en place race.

S20, EP7 "Hands Off"

The chefs learn Gaggan Anand is the guest judge; they must create a dish inspired by an emoji and are tasked with creating a plate with a message that's visually stunning and can be eaten without utensils.

S20, EP6 "Top Chef Is No Picnic"

The chefs take a trip to Highclere Castle for the Elimination Challenge, where they must work together to create and serve an elevated picnic basket.

S20, EP5 "Holiday Vacation"

The chefs are tasked with creating a celebratory dish featuring honey and mead; then, they must create a festive family meal featuring their favorite holiday dishes for the judges, along with "Top Chef Mexico" judge Martha Ortiz.

S20, EP4 "Spurred Lines"

The chefs are tasked with creating a beloved English classic: the biscuit; the chefs head to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for a football-themed team challenge; the teams that succeed are safe while the rest are relegated and must compete again.

S20, EP3 "Cheeky Pints and Pub Bites"

In lieu of a Quickfire, Tom and Gail surprise the chefs with an old-fashioned pub crawl around central London; in teams of two, the chefs are tasked with re-creating and elevating a classic pub dish; two chefs will pack their knives.

S20, EP2 "Rice, Rice Baby"

In the Quickfire, the chefs are challenged to make an amuse-bouche with unexpected ingredients that must fit on a Ritz cracker; the competition heats up as the chefs head to Alexandra Palace, where they must create rice dishes for 100 guests.

S20, EP1 "London Calling"

To celebrate the 20th season, "Top Chef" returns for an international showdown in London; sixteen competitors, including previous winners and finalists, face off in the fiercest showdown the culinary series has seen.

S18, EP14 "The Next Top Chef Is ..."

After 13 grueling weeks of competition, the chefs must create the best four-course meal of their lives for their final challenge and serve it to a table of esteemed guests, including Padma, Tom and Gail, the season's all-star dining panel and more.

S18, EP13 "Shellfishly Delicious"

The remaining chefs get an early wake-up call from Padma to go meet Brooke and dig for clams; the chefs honor the area where James Beard spent his summers, creating both a hot dish and a cold dish with one of his favorite ingredients, Dungeness crab.

S18, EP12 "The Cheesier the Better"

The final four chefs near the end of their journey in Portland, Padma; popular chef and special guest Massimo Bottura has the chefs pull inspiration from his famous parmigiano reggiano dish.

S18, EP11 "Blind Ambitions"

In teams of two, the chefs each take a turn entering the box where they blindly taste a dish created by guest judge Gabriel Rucker and then must try to re-create it.

S18, EP10 "Tournament of Tofu"

Ed Lee enters the kitchen and tells the chefs they will be competing tournament style; the chefs duke it out at the Portland Japanese Gardens, where they must create dishes featuring various textures of tofu.

S18, EP9 "Portland-ia"

Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein from the comedy series "Portlandia" task the chefs with creating a dish with hipster ingredients using only old vintage appliances and equipment; the chefs must develop and create a recipe fit for the home cook.

S18, EP8 "Restaurant Wars"

The eight remaining chefs split into teams and are tasked with creating a Chef's Table restaurant concept, where they must serve a seven-course, high-end tasting menu to the judges and all-star panel.

S18, EP7 "Feeding the Frontlines"

Chef José Andrés calls in to recruit the chefs to join World Central Kitchen, tasking the chefs with delivering over 500 meals to frontline workers at three local hospitals in Portland.

S18, EP6 "Stumptown U.S.A."

The chefs are transported into a magical kitchen forest for the week's Quickfire Challenge where they make a dish featuring mushrooms; the cheftestants will be paired up to create a surf and turf dish featuring local fish and game.

S18, EP5 "Meet You at the Drive-In"

The chefs are tasked to create a dish featuring roses or rose products inspired by the mother figure in their lives; the chefs will go head-to-head at the first-ever Top Chef Drive-In, where each team must create dishes based on popular movie genres.

S18, EP4 "Thrown for a Loop"

The chefs must create a dish featuring Campbell's soup for Padma and Dale Talde; the cheftestants get thrown for a loop when they find out they won't be shopping for their Elimination Challenge.

S18, EP3 "Pan African Portland"

The pressure is laid on the chefs in the Quickfire Challenge as they are tasked to make a layered dessert; Gregory and Kwame take the chefs on a tour of restaurants that feature food from the African diaspora.

S18, EP2 "Trouble Brewing"

The chefs enter the kitchen to find Padma and seven hungry all-star chefs -- Amar Santana, Melissa King, Kwame Onwuachi, Dale Talde, Gregory Gourdet, Carrie Baird and Richard Blais -- and find they have 30 minutes to serve eight plates of breakfast.

S18, EP1 "First Impressions"

Fifteen of the country's best chefs compete in Portland, Ore.; for their first challenge, chefs combine their favorite ingredients into one cohesive dish; contestants must create a dish featuring one of Portland's iconic local birds.

S17, EP14 "Finito!"

The final three all stars face off in an epic Italian showdown to cook the meal of their lives in an effort to take home the ultimate title and prize.

S17, EP13 "Parma"

The chefs are treated to a culinary dream trip to Parma, the legendary home of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and Prosciutto di Parma ham; the chefs must feature the ingredients in two courses and serve their dishes to a table of 16 Michelin stars.

S17, EP12 "Lucca"

The final five travel to Italy, where the chefs must make an aperitivo for 30 locals from the town of Lucca that pairs perfectly with a Peroni beer; then, they hunt the elusive white truffle which they must use in a dish for a Tuscan food festival.

S17, EP11 "Michael's Santa Monica"

Tom makes his final decision from "Last Chance Kitchen" on who should return to the competition; the chefs take off in a Quickfire with Padma and Jonathan Waxman making a two-course business class dish for an airline.

S17, EP10 "Colossal Coliseum Kaiseki"

With only six chefs remaining, the challenges get even more difficult, when pastry super-chef Sherry Yard awaits the all stars for a dreaded dessert Quickfire; chefs endure a blindfolded taste test to pick their ingredients.

S17, EP9 "Cabin Fever"

The chefs head to the mountains outside of Los Angeles to go to a summer camp where they are challenged to an outdoor grilling Quickfire for Padma and "Top Chef" Kentucky winner Kelsey Barnard Clark.

S17, EP8 "Restaurant Wars"

It's Restaurant Wars and this season Padma takes all the limitations off the table as the chefs can make as much food as they want and shop wherever they choose; two chefs are given 48 hours to pick their teams and crate the restaurants.

S17, EP7 "Pitch Perfect"

The chefs are challenged to a taco throwdown for Danny Trejo; for the Quickfire, the only sharp tool they can use is a machete; the only way to make it to Restaurant Wars is to survive this week's qualifying challenge.

S17, EP6 "Get Your Phil"

Padma gets a real rise out of the chefs when she tasks them to make a Quickfire dish without any all-purpose flour; for the Elimination Challenge, the chefs serve Gustavo Dudamel and members of the LA Philharmonic at award-winning Otium restaurant.

S17, EP5 "Bring Your Loved One to Work"

In the Quickfire, the chefs play a game of telephone with their loved ones as they try to reproduce the dish their family member is eating at a nearby restaurant; the chefs create a signature product that they will bottle and sell at a food festival.

S17, EP4 "You're So Fresh!"

Kelly Clarkson drops into the "Top Chef" kitchen for a Quickfire based on her new movie, "Trolls: World Tour," where the chefs are tasked with combining colorful ingredients from six different musical lands to make one delicious dish.

S17, EP3 "Strokes of Genius"

Comedic superstars Ali Wong and Randall Park swing by the Top Chef kitchen for a Quickfire Challenge tasking the chefs to make the wackiest fried rice they can; then, the chefs head to the famed Getty Museum to seek inspiration from the art.

S17, EP2 "The Jonathan Gold Standard"

The chefs honor the late, great Pulitzer-Prize winning food critic Jonathan Gold; using Gold's last guide list, the chefs fan out all over Los Angeles to sample the unique food trucks, mom-and-pop cafes, and ethnic cuisine.

S17, EP1 "It's Like They Never Left!"

A challenge at the Griffith Observatory kicks off the fierce battle, where the Chefs compare each other to see how everyone has progressed since last competing and then, the first elimination challenge brings them to the beach to cook a seafood meal.

S16, EP15 "Finale"

It's the final showdown; the three remaining chefs must create the best four-course meal of their lives; Tom reveals in a twist that only two chefs will get the chance to serve their full menu; only one chef will emerge victorious.

S16, EP14 "The Tao of Macau"

The final four chefs must cook with the smelly durian fruit; the chefs get a tutorial on the traditional cuisine of Macau; for the elimination challenge, the chefs are tasked with blending their own heritage with Chinese flavors.

S16, EP13 "Holy Macau!"

The final five chefs travel to the Chinese territory of Macau; Graham Elliot, who has a restaurant in Macau, introduces the chefs to a market full of fascinating ingredients and challenges; the chefs throw a party celebrating the Chinese New Year.

S16, EP12 "Kentucky Farewell"

Tom ambushes sleeping chefs and challenges them to make a dish using ingredients harvested from their gardens; for the last elimination challenge, the chefs bid on luxury ingredients at a thoroughbred horse auction house.

S16, EP11 "The Greatest"

The chefs take a turn at fried chicken; chef Art Smith judges a secret herbs-and-spices blind taste test ahead of the Quickfire fry-off; after the finger-licking goodness, the chefs turn their attention to boxer Muhammad Ali, aka the Louisville Lip.

S16, EP10 "Hoop Dreams"

"Top Chef" alum Ed Lee drops by for a Quickfire that's part trivia, part culinary creativity; coach John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats host a concession-stand cook-off in Rupp Arena; Food & Wine Editor-in-Chief Hunter Lewis joins the judges.

S16, EP9 "Music City USA"

In Nashville, Tenn., the chefs cook onstage at the Grand Ole Opry for singer Hunter Hayes; inspired by a vibrant music memory, the chefs put their hearts on a plate for musician Caleb Followill, model Lily Aldridge and chef Jonathan Waxman.

S16, EP8 "Whatever Floats Your Boat"

For an elimination challenge, the chefs are split into teams and tasked with throwing houseboat parties on Lake Cumberland; chef Emeril Lagasse joins Padma, Tom and Nilou, along with Capts. Sandy and Lee from "Below Deck" for houseboat hysteria.

S16, EP7 "Carne!"

Actress Lena Waithe challenges the chefs to make a trademark Kentucky dish known as the Hot Brown; chef Nancy Silverton and butcher Dario Cecchini break down a whole cow for the chefs to utilize along with locally-sourced ingredients.

S16, EP6 "Roaring Munchies"

The chefs walk in on an epic battle of Last Chance Kitchen and are drafted into the fight; once Tom declares a winner, the chefs begin a challenge making dishes based on Prohibition Era cocktails; chef Ken Oringer joins for a Roaring Twenties party.

S16, EP5 "Restaurant Wars Part 2"

The Restaurant Wars causes drama and mayhem; Tom announces a double elimination piling on even more pressure; chefs Karen Akunowicz and Nina Compton join the restaurant crawl along with Nilou Motamed and guest judge Caroline Styne.

S16, EP4 "Surprise...It's Restaurant Wars"

The Restaurant Wars challenge comes early this year; first, the chefs duke it out in an amuse bouche-based Quickfire; with 12 chefs remaining, three restaurants battle for victory; Tom makes an announcement that leaves the chefs breathless.

S16, EP3 "Naughty and Nice"

Richard Blais and Brooke Williamson present a Quickfire challenge; chef Eric Ripert sits down with the chefs to enjoy a traditional French Christmas dinner; Padma tells the chefs they're missing the final part of the tradition of Le Revillon de Noel.

S16, EP2 "Bourbon, Barrels and Burgoo"

A pregnant Gail Simmons asks the chefs to feed her cravings; the chefs head to Makers Mark, the oldest U.S. distillery, to put their spins on a meal full of Kentucky classics, including burgoo, Benedictine, mutton, hoe cakes, and dumplings.

S16, EP1 "The Fastest 2 Minutes in Cooking"

In Kentucky, 15 chefs are off to the races at Churchill Downs for the the ride of their lives; the chefs must make a dish that will appeal to a crowd of 200 at a Kentucky Derby party; Churchill Downs' own chef David Danielson serves as guest judge.

S15, EP14 "Finale"

The final two chefs cook the meal of their lives in an effort to take home the ultimate title and prize; the chefs need to impress not only the judges but also culinary superstars Nancy Silverton, Jonathan Waxman and Curtis Duffy.

S15, EP13 "A Little Place Called Aspen"

Before the chefs can prepare the catch of the day, they must first actually catch it; the only thing standing between the chefs and the Grand Finale are 200 plates for the chefs and food connoisseurs attending the Food & Wine Classic.

S15, EP12 "Sunday Supper"

The reunited Voltaggio Brothers judge the Rocky Mountain Oyster Quickfire; the chefs encounter surprise visitors from home in an emotionally charged Elimination Challenge, where one chef is sent packing before the next leg of the finals in Aspen.

S15, EP11 "Cooking High"

The chefs are reunited with the winner of "Last Chance Kitchen" and face Padma, Tom and chef Wylie Dufresne; the Quickfire challenge requires the chefs to prepare a dish incorporating the old saloon-slinging medicinal beverage, sarsaparilla.

S15, EP10 "Red Rum and Then Some"

The chefs put their scariest nightmares on a plate in dessert form during a Quickfire set at the iconic Stanley Hotel, the site that inspired Stephen King's "The Shining"; the chefs offer a dish to John Hickenlooper, the governor of Colorado.

S15, EP9 "Bronco Brouhaha"

Cooking for Michelin-starred chef David Kinch adds pressure to an already stressful Sudden Death Quickfire based on edible flowers; the chefs host the ultimate tailgate party at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the home of the Denver Broncos.

S15, EP8 "Restaurant Wars"

The chefs must create two new restaurant concepts from design to dishes in a matter of days; culinary icons Bruce and Eric Bromberg join the judges to evaluate each restaurant's successes and failures.

S15, EP7 "Olympic Dreams"

One of the chefs gets a special delivery; the chefs must create a breakfast dish using Nutella; Olympians Meryl Davis, Gus Kenworthy and John Daly inspire the chefs to focus on precision, speed and creativity in the Top Chef Olympics.

S15, EP6 "Now That's a Lot of Schnitzel"

Padma and Richard Blais challenge the chefs to transform the most laborious dishes from their own menus into dishes for home cooks; chef Keegan Gerhard tasks the chefs with creating German-inspired dishes.

S15, EP5 "This Is Not Glamping"

Tom surprises the chefs with a twist that changes the game; the chefs are sent camping where they must make a 5-star meal outdoors and are met with an unexpected storm; chef Naomi Pomeroy joins the judges in the Colorado mountains.

S15, EP4 "Little Tools, Big Challenge"

The chefs make upscale versions of kid-menu classics while using child-sized cookware, utensils and mixers; after a visit to a food incubator, the chefs must present dishes based on their own heritage for immigrant food influencers.

S15, EP3 "Keep on Truckin'"

A Sudden Death Quickfire is based on the Denver omelet; the contestants make dishes in food trucks; YouTube personality Logan Paul helps wrangle the diners, while Chef Hosea Rosenberg joins the judges for hangover-inspired food.

S15, EP2 "Smile and Say Mise"

The chefs battle each other in a fierce Mise En Place relay; chef Alex Seidel invites the group to his farm to learn about his take on farm-to-table cuisine; the chefs are tasked with creating a meal incorporating a mystery ingredient from the farm.

S15, EP1 "It'll Take More Than Pot Luck"

A diverse group of chefs must make a potluck dish to introduce themselves to the judges; the chefs also prepare their take on a meat-and-potatoes dish for a block party with 200 diners and Denver's biggest culinary names.

S14, EP14 "Comida Final"

The final two chefs face-off to serve the best meal of their lives; the finalists will cook a four-course progressive meal with the help of three sous chefs, comprised of two eliminated chefs and one from their restaurants back home.

S14, EP13 "Trial by Fire"

In Tulum, Mexico, the remaining chefs are challenged to make a dish showcasing the flavor of the habanero pepper; the chefs must create a dish using ancient Mayan ingredients and tools; the two chefs with the best dishes will compete in the finale.

S14, EP12 "Cooking Away in Margaritaville"

In Guadalajara, Mexico, the three remaining chefs face off against the winner of "Last Chance Kitchen;" the chefs must create a dish using goat, then they are tasked to pair their own cocktail with a dish that incorporates the notes of a margarita.

S14, EP11 "Adiós Charleston, Hello James Beard"

The final four chefs cook impromptu dishes while simultaneously instructing mystery partners on how to create the same dish; when the judges compare dishes, the chefs are shocked to discover their secret partners are their visiting family members.

S14, EP10 "Shrimp Boats and Hat Ladies"

The competitors board a boat with Tom Colicchio, who gives them a lesson in harvesting shrimp; later, the chefs must create a dish with their freshly caught shrimp; the chefs are asked to prepare a brunch for the famed Charleston Hat Ladies.

S14, EP9 "For the Kids"

Previous winner Michael Voltaggio gives the remaining chefs a blindfolded taste test; the chefs draw inspiration from childhood memories to create dishes for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital charity gala on Kiawah Island.

S14, EP8 "Restaurant Wars"

The eight remaining chefs divide into two teams to design a restaurant, create a menu and impress the judges and diners; chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara task the teams to take over the same restaurant space on separate nights.

S14, EP7 "Booty"

The chefs take up a challenge to cook dishes using ingredients corresponding to their zodiac signs; for a pirate-themed party, the chefs must race through the streets to collect their ingredients on a treasure hunt.

S14, EP6 "A Southern Legend"

The chefs must make healthy, vegetarian versions of traditional comfort foods and are only allowed to grab one item from the pantry at a time; the chefs must create dishes that pay homage to the matriarch of Southern cuisine.

S14, EP5 "Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em"

The chefs face a mountain of baking ingredients pointing to a biscuit challenge; barbecue master Rodney Scott tasks the chefs to prepare a whole hog and three side dishes for 150 barbecue lovers, including country music star Darius Rucker.

S14, EP4 "The Feast of Seven Trash Fishes"

The chefs tackle a challenge based on the Feast of the Seven Fishes, a traditional seafood-filled dinner, using "trash fish;" the chefs serve special guests Gail Simmons, Richard Blais, Hugh Acheson, and Graham Elliot.

S14, EP3 "Choke Holds and Clammy Hands"

Padma and guest judge Chris Cosentino divide the chefs into teams to compete in a mise en place race; the teams must go head to head and create a seven-course progressive meal in which each dish features the same ingredient: the radish.

S14, EP2 "Southern Hospitality"

The chefs join the judges for a traditional shrimp boil; the newcomers face off against the returning chefs to put a spin on a low-country family meal; after dining with chefs Carrie Morey and BJ Dennis, each team creates a family-style feast.

S14, EP1 "Something Old, Something New"

Eight new chefs face off against eight returning chefs in Charleston, S.C.; the new chefs enter the kitchen first to cook as many dishes as possible in one hour using a whole chicken; the veterans square off to re-imagine shrimp and grits.

S13, EP15 "Finale"

With the help of mentors and former competitors, the remaining two chefs face off for the last time, cooking for judges Emeril Lagasse, Dominique Crenn, Jonathan Beno, Hubert Keller, Charlie Palmer, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and for their families.

S13, EP14 "Magic Hour"

The remaining chefs engage in a high stakes challenge in Las Vegas; while the winner gets whisked off, the others move on to cook for David Copperfield, and they must pull a winning dish out of their hats to secure the last spot in the finale.

S13, EP13 "Back Where It All Started"

In San Francisco, the five remaining chefs cook for master chef Traci Des Jardins; in the elimination challenge, the chefs cook at Hubert Keller's restaurant, Fleur de Lys, preparing a Fleur-inspired dish for Keller, the judges and others.

S13, EP12 "Wok This Way"

The chefs travel through San Francisco's Chinatown, winding up at chef Martin Yan's M.Y. China restaurant, where they use woks; then Umami Burger restaurateur Adam Fleischman tasks the chefs to create their own fast-casual restaurant concept.

S13, EP11 "Hammer Time"

In Oakland, Calif., the chefs cook for rapper MC Hammer, who will judge the dishes; master chef Jonathan Waxman asks the chefs to step into a culinary time machine and prepare dishes inspired by significant international food eras.

S13, EP10 "Restaurant Wars, Part 2"

After preparing a full lunch service, the chefs must clean up and do it all over again for dinner; the judges scrutinize everything, including concept, food, service, and consistency.

S13, EP9 "Restaurant Wars, Part 1"

During the Restaurant Wars, the chefs must open their restaurants for both lunch and dinner services, which results in twice the drama.

S13, EP8 "Where's the Beef?"

The chefs strive to create the most visually appealing "food porn" using only snack food; the chefs cook for a black-tie event called Beefsteak during which the diners eat with their hands; diners include Colin Hanks, Max Silvestri and Matt Selman.

S13, EP7 "Back in the Day"

The chefs celebrate the 10th anniversary of "Top Chef;" the chefs compete using only 10 ingredients, then, they must create a dish that reflects who they were 10 years ago; Michael Voltaggio, Antonia Lofaso and Mei Lin Hua join the other judges.

S13, EP6 "Banannaise"

In San Diego, the chefs cook up high-end tacos for Mexican chef Javier Plascencia; at Juniper and Ivy, the contestants serve up mouthwatering dishes to complement their handcrafted microbrews.

S13, EP5 "Big Gay Wedding"

In Palm Springs, model Chrissy Teigen entices the contestants to make their best "date" dishes; the chefs cater a wedding for 25 gay couples in an elimination challenge.

S13, EP4 "It's a Dry Heat"

In Palm Springs, Calif., world-renowned chef Jose Andres instructs the contestants to use solar powered stoves; then, the chefs must avoid culinary sand traps when they cook on a golf course.

S13, EP3 "Spines and Vines"

In Santa Barbara, Calif., the chefs pick up fresh sea urchin to use in their first sudden-death, quick-fire challenge; in the elimination challenge, the chefs serve up surf and turf to a table of celebrated chefs and judges.

S13, EP2 "Pop Up Pandemonium"

The chefs open pop-up restaurants that reflect their respective neighborhoods; guest judge Ludo Lefebvre joins the others for Mexican, Persian, Korean, and vegan cuisine and picks the dish that best reflects Los Angeles' mosaic of cultures.

S13, EP1 "Stop the Presses"

Seventeen chefs converge in Los Angeles for a shot at culinary stardom; first, the chefs face off in a quick-fire challenge, then they make dishes for a group of food critics and reporters to survive the first elimination round.

S12, EP15 "Mano a Mano"

In San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, the final two chefs compete for the prestigious title of "Top Chef;" the contestants ride in a hot air balloon, then they strive to create the most outstanding four-course menu of their lives.

S12, EP14 "Holy Escamoly!"

In Mexico, the chefs visit a farm that supplies regional restaurants; for the quick-fire challenge, the chefs must create two dishes with chocolate, one sweet and one savory; for the elimination challenge, the chefs prepare a six-course menu.

S12, EP13 "Getting Prickly in Mexico"

The finalists travel to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, to compete for the prestigious title of "Top Chef;" the chefs prepare dishes featuring a prickly pear and then create dishes inspired by the work of local artists.

S12, EP12 "The Final Battle of Bean Town"

In honor of their last quick-fire challenge in "Beantown," the chefs must prepare an innovative bean dish; the chefs compete for a spot in the finals by creating dishes that exemplify the future of cooking.

S12, EP11 "Sous Your Daddy!"

The chefs are thrown for a loop when their family members join them to serve as their sous chefs in an Elimination Challenge, putting their tickets to the finals on the line.

S12, EP10 "For Julia & Jacques"

The chefs flash back to their college days when they must prepare a ramen noodle dish judged by Andy Cohen and his college roommate, Dave Ansel; chef Jacques Pepin challenges the chefs to create a dish inspired by Julia Child's cooking techniques.

S12, EP9 "Big Sausage"

The chefs are challenged to concoct a tasty sausage dish for NFL player Rob Gronkowski; the chefs create dishes inspired by famous New England authors, such as Stephen King, Edgar Allen Poe and Emily Dickinson.

S12, EP8 "Clean Up in Aisle 2!"

The chefs must cook chowder for chef Jasper White; eliminated chefs return; for the Elimination Challenge, the kitchen opens its doors for the first time ever for a tasting party with "Top Chef" super fans.

S12, EP7 "Restaurant Wars"

The chefs are split into two teams and challenged to open their own pop-up restaurants, which includes creating menus, coming up with the decor and training the wait staff; acclaimed restaurateur Barbara Lynch serves as guest judge.

S12, EP6 "The First Thanksgiving"

The chefs trek through a bog to gather cranberries; the chefs cook a Thanksgiving feast using only ingredients and cooking methods found in the 1600s; descendants of the Mayflower colonists and Wampanoag tribe join the judges at the table.

S12, EP5 "It's War"

In a head-to-head challenge, the chefs cook for guest judge Jamie Bissonnette; the chefs make dishes on a lean military budget at the historic Watertown Arsenal.

S12, EP4 "12 Chefs Walk Into a Bar..."

The chefs must create the ultimate bar snack for guest judge George Wendt ("Cheers"); the chefs must work in teams to write a create a 3-course Italian menu; actress Emmy Rossum ("Shameless") ruffles the chefs with her gluten-free diet.

S12, EP3 "The Curse of the Bambino"

In a nod to the Boston Tea Party, the contestants must use tea to enhance their dishes for guest judge Ming Tsai; Fenway Park hosts a competition in which the chefs must use ballpark snacks to create fine-dining dishes.

S12, EP2 "Boston's Bravest and Finest"

The chefs create a surf-and-turf dish for guest judge Todd English; teams prepare dishes to be served up to Boston police and firemen and judged by guest chef Dante de Magistris.

S12, EP1 "Sudden Death"

In Boston, 16 aspiring chefs compete for a shot at culinary stardom; the contestants are thrust into hot water with a Sudden Death Quick Fire Challenge; the Elimination Challenge unfolds during the first ever Top Chef Food Festival.

S11, EP17 "Finale"

The two remaining chefs open pop-up restaurants for the final challenge.

S11, EP16 "Maui Wowie"

In Hawaii, the final chefs take on Spam in the Quickfire; Hawaiian canoe crops.

S11, EP15 "Leaving New Orleans"

The chefs battle for a new car in the Quickfire; the chefs must show how New Orleans has impacted their food.

S11, EP14 "Po' Boy Smackdown"

Po' boys in the Quickfire; the contestants put their own culinary visions on a plate.

S11, EP13 "Oui Si a Challenge"

Chef Jacques Pepin tests the contestants; the contestants create French and Spanish dishes.

S11, EP12 "Mississippi Mud Bugs"

The contestants create their own versions of etouffe; seafood dishes.

S11, EP11 "Giving It the College Try"

Questlove judges various types of poultry drumsticks; the chefs head to LSU's campus to serve incoming students.

S11, EP10 "Like Mama Made"

The chefs must make dishes that remind them of home; Actor Anthony Mackie joins the judges.

S11, EP9 "Restaurant Wars"

The contestants create pop-up restaurants to impress the judges.

S11, EP8 "Piggin' Out"

The contestants make their own hot sauce; the chefs butcher and cook a 300-pound pig.

S11, EP7 "Jazz Hands"

A food version of musical chairs; the chefs cater a jazzy event.

S11, EP6 "Campfires, Cream Cheese and Countryside"

The creole tomato; the contestants try to impress up-scale chefs.

S11, EP5 "Lea Michele's Halloween Bash"

Tools and ingredients are wrapped in aluminum foil; the chefs cater a Halloween party for singer/actress Lea Michele, and the food must be spooky and vegetarian.

S11, EP4 "Captain Vietnam"

The chefs get a crash course in Vietnamese culture.

S11, EP3 "Commander's Palace"

An elimination quickfire challenge; replicating legacy dishes in the elimination challenge.

S11, EP2 "Rebuilding New Orleans"

The chefs work overnight to prepare dishes for Chef Leah Chase; the chefs create and operate food trucks to feed Habitat for Humanity volunteers.

S11, EP1 "Soiree In the Swamp"

In the Louisiana swamp, the 19 chefs cook with alligator, frog and turtle; the first chef is eliminated.

S10, EP17 "Finale"

Each finalist will cook the best 5 dishes in their culinary arsenal live in front of a studio audience of their friends, families and all previous Top Chef winners.

S10, EP16 "Finale"

The chefs return to Los Angeles; the final three contestants are given free reign in Tom's restaurant.

S10, EP15 "Glacial Gourmand"

An adventurous Quickfire; Emeril and chef Roy Choi cook an emotional meal for the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP14 "Kings of Alaska"

King crab in the Quickfire; salmon and sourdough in the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP13 "Chefs at Sea"

The contestants set sail for Alaska; elevating iceberg lettuce for the Quickfire; surf and turf in the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP12 "Wolfgang Clucks"

The cheftestants make sushi for Katsuya; fried chicken in the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP11 "Restaurant Wars"

The teams are men vs. women as the chefs try to impress restaurateur Danny Meyer; restaurants are built from scratch.

S10, EP10 "Battle Before the War"

The cheftestants must impress Wolfgang Puck; the chefs cook for 200 people at the Bite of Seattle food event.

S10, EP9 "Past Suppers"

The cheftestants' knife skills are tested; memorable moments in the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP8 "Jalapeno Business"

The cheftestants harvest oysters and serve them to Emeril Lagasse; cooking for a Seattle sports team.

S10, EP7 "Foiled Again"

An entire pantry wrapped in aluminum foil in the Quickfire; head-to-head battles in the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP6 "Even the Famous Come Home"

The cheftestants make dishes based on their family lineage for the Quickfire challenge; catering a homecoming party for celebrities for the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP5 "Pike Place Pickle"

Early morning Quickfire at Pike Place Market; rare ingredients in the Elimination Challenge; an unexpected judges table shocks the Cheftestants.

S10, EP4 "50's Food Flashback"

Butchery in the Quickfire; the chefs recreate a 1950's menu for the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP3 "Tom vs. Emeril: Turkeypocalypse"

In the Quickfire, the chefs make dumplings from all over the world; Tom and Emeril lead teams in a Thanksgiving battle for the Elimination Challenge.

S10, EP2 "A Shock at the Space Needle"

A surprising twist challenges the 15 remaining chefs.

S10, EP1 "The Ultimate Chef Test"

Each judge puts the 21 new cheftestants through their own real-world challenge.

S9, EP18 "Reunion"

Andy Cohen talks with Season 9's chefs and judges and answers viewer's questions about the season's dishes.

S9, EP17 "Finale"

For their final challenge, the chefs each take over a restaurant and design a four-course meal to be judged.

S9, EP16 "Fire and Ice"

The final three must create a cohesive dish with the concept of fire and ice.

S9, EP15 "Culinary Games"

The final four compete in a twist on the Olympic games in Whistler, British Columbia.

S9, EP14 "Mentors"

The chefs navigate the pantry blindfolded; another chef is added to the mix; the judges determine the final four.

S9, EP13 "Bike, Borrow & Steal"

Pee-Wee Herman stops by for some special pancakes; the chefs are given a bike challenge to find ingredients for Pee-Wee's dinner party.

S9, EP12 "Block Party"

The chefs go head to head at a food drive and block party; Cat Cora is the guest judge.

S9, EP11 "Fit for an Evil Queen"

The chefs must create a meal that embodies evil; Charlize Theron is a guest judge.

S9, EP10 "Restaurant Wars"

Chefs split into teams to create a restaurant from scratch; Hugh Acheson and Emeril Lagasse guest judge.

S9, EP9 "BBQ Pit Wars"

Nathan Myhrvold serves as guest judge; the chefs split into teams for a barbecue showdown in the elimination challenge.

S9, EP8 "Tribute Dinner"

Viewers twitter to direct the chefs in their dishes; the chefs get to pay homage to their teacher by creating a tribute dish in their honor.

S9, EP7 "Game On"

The chefs pair up to cook for famous chefs who love to hunt.

S9, EP6 "Higher Steaks"

The chefs create their best steak dish for the Cattle Baron's Ball in the elimination challenge.

S9, EP5 "Don't Be Tardy for the Dinner Party"

A dish using only ingredients found inside a standard survival kit; the chefs cook for Dallas high society.

S9, EP4 "Red Hot Chili Cook Off"

The chefs turn up the heat; the chefs take over the food court at the rodeo.

S9, EP3 "Quinceanera"

A savory dish from rattlesnakes; a feast for a Quincinera party.

S9, EP2 "The Heat Is On"

The final 10 chefs must decide among themselves which one of among 10 ingredients they will use to create a dish.

S9, EP1 "Everything's Bigger in Texas"

The chefs split into three groups and must excel in their challenge in order to move on.

S8, EP17 "Reunion Special"

Talking with season eight's chef'testants and judges.

S8, EP16 "Finale"

The final two chefs battle it out to produce the best dining experience.

S8, EP15 "Last Supper"

The chefs design a challenge for their competitors; the chefs make a last supper for guests: Morimoto, Wolfgang Puck and Michelle Bernstein.

S8, EP14 "Island Fever"

The chefs cater an upscale lunch party; they must catch conch to cook with.

S8, EP13 "Fit for a King"

The chefs are in the Bahamas for the rest of the season; the chefs go head to head with their nemesis.

S8, EP12 "Give Me Your Huddled Masses"

The chefs need to make something out of nothing; the contestants head to Ellis Island, where they must make a dish based on their heritage.

S8, EP11 "For the Gulf"

The chefs must deep fry to impress Paula Deen; seafood for a charity event.

S8, EP10 "Lock Down"

Chefs must make a cookie that pleases Cookie Monster, Telly and Elmo; making a dish at Target.

S8, EP9 "Feeding Fallon"

A new spin on fondue; chefs cater Jimmy Fallon's birthday party.

S8, EP8 "An Offer They Can't Refuse"

Designer Isaac Mizrahi judges contestants on presentation and plating; traditional three-course Italian meal.

S8, EP7 "Restaurant Wars: One Night Only"

Fish fillet contest; chefs must open "one night only" restaurants in New York City.

S8, EP6 "We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat"

The chefs must fish for their own ingredients.

S8, EP5 "Dim Sum Lose Sum"

Chefs must beat Tom Colicchio's time in making a dish; making dim sum in Chinatown.

S8, EP4 "Advantage Chef"

Chefs must create a holiday stuffing dish with no utensils; catering the U.S. Open launch party.

S8, EP3 "New York's Finest"

A mise-en-place relay race; chefs cook in four of New York's finest restaurants.

S8, EP2 "Night at the Museum"

Joe Jonas challenges chefs to create a snack for children; breakfasts inspired by a dinosaur's diet.

S8, EP1 "History Never Repeats"

The chefs must recreate a dish that they did poorly on.

S7, EP15 "Reunion"

The chefs and judges reminisce about the season.

S7, EP14 "Finale"

The final three compete; a Top Chef is chosen.

S7, EP13 "Finale"

The finalists compete in Singapore.

S7, EP12 "Gastro-nauts"

The chefs must come up with tasty space food creations.

S7, EP11 "Making Concessions"

The remaining chefs take over concession stands at Nationals Park.

S7, EP10 "Covert Cuisine"

Chefs must transform a well-known dish into something entirely new.

S7, EP9 "Restaurant Wars"

Chefs split into two teams and must run their own restaurant.

S7, EP8 "Foreign Affairs"

Ethiopian cuisine quickfire; chefs must create a dish based on one of the foreign embassies in D.C.

S7, EP7 "Power Lunch"

Chefs must prepare a power lunch at Palm restaurant.

S7, EP6 "Cold War"

Teams of chefs must create a cold entrée.

S7, EP5 "Farm Policy"

Cooking with blue crab; chefs cook with fresh ingredients at a Virginian farm.

S7, EP4 "Room Service"

The chefs create baby food for Padma's newborn; chefs are tested on their hospitality service.

S7, EP3 "Capitol Grill"

The chefs prepare a classic picnic feast for Capitol Hill interns at Mount Vernon, Washington DC.

S7, EP2 "Outside the Lunch Box"

The chefs take over the cafeteria at the local middle school.

S7, EP1 "House of Chef-Presentatives"

The new contestants must create a dish that represents where they are from and reflects their characters.

S6, EP14 "Season Finale: Part II"

The final three chefs attempt to earn the title of "Top Chef."

S6, EP13 "Season Finale: Part I"

The final four chefs compete in Napa Valley to determine who will be the final three.

S6, EP12 "Culinary Olympics"

A challenge based on the Bocuse d'Or; guest judges include Jerome Bocuse and Thomas Keller.

S6, EP11 "Strip Around the World"

The chefs must make the perfect breakfast in bed dish; Nigella Lawson serves as guest judge.

S6, EP10 "Meat Natalie"

Contestants visit Craft Steak in Las Vegas to cook for actress Natalie Portman and friends.

S6, EP9 "Restaurant Wars"

The contestants take over chef Rick Moonen's restaurant while he serves as their guest judge.

S6, EP8 "Pigs and Pinot"

The chefs host a "Pig and Pinot" event at guest judge Charlie Palmer's Aureole restaurant.

S6, EP7 "Dinner Party"

A slot machine determines the guidelines for the quick-fire challenge; the contestants prepare a special dinner for members of the Macy's Culinary Council.

S6, EP6 "Penn & Teller"

The contestants deconstruct a classic dish for magicians Penn & Teller; chef Michelle Bernstein serves as a guest judge.

S6, EP5 "Camping"

The contestants cook with cactus, sleep under the stars, and prepare a menu for Las Vegas cowboys; chef Tim Love serves as a guest judge.

S6, EP4 "Vivre Las Vegas"

The contestants pair up to create the perfect French dish for acclaimed chefs Joël Robuchon, Daniel Boulud, Hubert Keller, Laurent Tourondel and Jean Joho.

S6, EP3 "Thunderbirds"

The elimination challenge calls for the contestants to create a meal for the Air Force's elite demonstration team, the Thunderbirds.

S6, EP2 "Bachelor/Ette Party"

Wedding bells are ringing; in a city famous for its quickie marriages, the chefs cater to a poolside bachelor and bachelorette party; they compete in teams of men and women; celebrity chef Todd English serves as guest judge.

S6, EP1 "Sin City Vice"

Seventeen new culinary contestants are introduced in Las Vegas.

S6 "Reunion Special"

Chefs and judges reminisce about the season and answer viewer questions.

S5, EP15 "Watch What Happens Reunion"

Andy Cohen hosts a candid gathering of season five's chefs and judges.

S5, EP14 "Season Finale: Part II"

The final chefs compete to earn the title of Bravo's "Top Chef."

S5, EP13 "Finale: Part 1"

The chefs take their skills outside of New York City to compete in their final challenges.

S5, EP12 "The Last Supper"

The final five chefs pull out all the stops in an effort to impress the judges before the finale.

S5, EP11 "Le Bernardin"

The contestants cook at Le Bernardin where their final product will be judged by chef Eric Ripert.

S5, EP10 "Super Bowl Chef Showdown"

A Super Bowl cook-off against seven all-stars from previous seasons.

S5, EP9 "Restaurant Wars"

Contestants create every aspect of a restaurant.

S5, EP8 "Down on the Farm"

Contestants shop for fresh ingredients at a farm and then create a dinner for the farm workers.

S5, EP7 "Focus Group"

Contestants must make a sweet treat without using sugar.

S5, EP6 "12 Days of Christmas: Martha Stewart"

The chefs cater a Christmas cocktail party hosted by Natasha Richardson.

S5, EP5 "Gail's Bridal Shower"

The contestants arrange a bridal shower for judge Gail Simmons.

S5, EP4 "Today Show: Rocco DiSpirito"

The contestants compete in a fast food demonstration challenge in order to earn a booking on "Today."

S5, EP3 "Foo Fighters"

The chefs must impress the Foo Fighters as they join the band for a tour stop in Syracuse, N.Y.

S5, EP2 "Show Your Craft"

The chefs cook and serve lunch at Tom's flagship restaurant, Craft.

S5, EP1 "Melting Pot"

The chefs team up to shop in various neighborhoods around the city in order to create dishes influenced by ethnic flavors.

S4, EP15 "Watch What Happens Reunion"

A candid gathering of season four's chefs and judges.

S4, EP14 "Finale Part 2"

The "Top Chef" winner is announced.

S4, EP13 "Puerto Rico"

The four remaining chefs travel to Puerto Rico to compete for the final three spots.

S4, EP12 "High Steaks"

The chefs must clean and butcher a slab of meat; guest judge Rick Tramonto.

S4, EP11 "Restaurant Wars"

The chefs are forced to work the line at a greasy spoon during breakfast rush; guest judge Jose Andres puts the chefs to the test.

S4, EP10 "Serve and Protect"

The chefs are challenged to reinvent the salad; the chefs must recreate an unhealthy dish into something healthier.

S4, EP9 "Wedding Wars"

The quickfire challenge tests the chefs' knife skills; the chefs split into teams to cater a wedding.

S4, EP8 "Common Threads"

Using one ingredient, the chefs must create a healthy meal using only a microwave.

S4, EP7 "Improv"

The chefs must create a dessert to satisfy the sweet-tooth of chef Johnny Iuzzini; the chefs get a lesson in improvisations from comedy troupe, Second City.

S4, EP6 "Tailgating"

The chefs must create a dish that works together and enhances the flavor of a particular drink.

S4, EP5 "The Elements"

The chefs compete in a complex taste test; the chefs cater an upscale charity event.

S4, EP4 "Film Food"

The chefs show off their knife skills for guest judge Daniel Boulud; film critic Richard Roeper hosts a cinematic-inspired dinner party.

S4, EP3 "Block Party"

Famed Mexican cuisine chef Rick Bayless puts the aspiring chefs through the paces as they put on a neighborhood fiesta.

S4, EP2 "Zoo Food"

The chefs shop at a local Farmer's Market for ingredients for their quick-fire dishes; guest judge Wylie Dufresne; the chefs must cook and cater at an event in an unusual location for their next challenge.

S4, EP1 "Chicago: Anything You Can Cook I Can Cook Better"

The 16 rising chefs have to put their own twist on a Chicago staple, then serve it to host Padma Lakshmi and guest judge Rocco DiSpirito; the first elimination challenge is a head-to-head competition.

S3, EP15 "Reunion"

Candid gathering of season three's contestants and judges; the winner of "Fan Favorite" is announced.

S3, EP14 "Finalized Part II"

The finalists compete for the title of "Top Chef," live from Chicago.

S3, EP13 "Finale Part 1"

The chefs prepare elk for cowboys and cowgirls in Aspen, Colo.

S3, EP12 "Manhattan Project"

The remaining contestants must cook for some of the industry's leading chefs; guest judge André Soltner.

S3, EP11 "Snacks on a Plane"

The chefs join the mile-high meal club; guest judge Jimmy Canora.

S3, EP10 "Chef Overboard"

The three remaining chefs put together a buffet on a budget; guest judge Michael Schwartz.

S3, EP9 "Second Helping"

The chefs are in a culinary relay race with a surprise twist; guest judge Geoffrey Zakarian.

S3, EP8 "Restaurant Wars"

The chefs battle to create the most "adventuresome" burger; guest judge Daniel Boulud.

S3, EP7 "Guilty Pleasures"

The chefs prepare the perfect "hangover" snack; guest judge Govind Armstrong.

S3, EP6 "Freezer Burn"

The chefs work with frozen foods; guest judge Rocco DiSpirito.

S3, EP5 "Latin Lunch"

The chefs serve their dishes to the cast and crew of Telemundo's "Dame Chocolate."

S3, EP4 "Cooking by the Numbers"

Contestants are challenged to create an appetizer to pair with a popular mixed drink.

S3, EP3 "Family Favorites"

The remaining contestants prepare dishes using exotic shellfish.

S3, EP2 "Sunny Delights"

The chefs work with fruit; guest judge Norman Van Aken.

S3, EP1 "First Impressions"

Guest judge Anthony Bourdain joins as 15 all-new contestants arrive in Miami and prepare for their very first challenge.

S2, EP13 "Finale"

The two remaining chefs are instructed to make their best meals ever with rules and no restrictions.

S2, EP12 "Finale"

The four contestants head to the big island of Hawaii.

S2, EP11 "Sense and Sensuality"

The cooks head to Santa Barbara and must create a sweet or savory dish featuring chocolate.

S2, EP10 "Unhappy Customers"

The chefs prepare their take on a gourmet version of a snack.

S2, EP9 "Seven"

The chefs must use one of the Seven Deadly Sins for their dish's inspiration.

S2, EP8 "Holiday Spirit"

For the holidays, chefs must serve up a party appetizer and a cocktail in the "quick-fire" challenge.

S2, EP7 "The Raw and the Cooked"

The field of contestants is narrowed down.

S2, EP6 "Thanksgiving"

The chefs prepare Thanksgiving dinner.

S2, EP5 "Social Service"

The contestants are narrowed down.

S2, EP4 "Less is More"

The chefs visit a weight-loss camp.

S2, EP3 "Food for the People"

The contestants work with ice cream.

S2, EP2 "Eastern Promise"

The contestants prepare sushi.

S2, EP1 "Into the Fire"

Padma Lakshmi introduces the new contestants.

S1, EP12 "Vegas Finale"

A winner is chosen.

S1, EP11 "Vegas Finale"

The final three contestants are judged.

S1, EP10 "Reunion"

Contestants reminisce about the competition.

S1, EP9 "Napa's Finest"

The three remaining contestants cook for some of Napa Valley's most respected chefs.

S1, EP8 "Wedding Bell Blues"

Teams compete for the chance to cater a commitment ceremony.

S1, EP7 "Restaurant Wars"

Contestants are asked to create a gourmet sandwich.

S1, EP6 "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner"

Ted Allen ("Queer Eye for the Straight Guy") challenges the remaining contestants to create a low-cost appetizer.

S1, EP5 "Blind Confusion"

Contestants serve fusion dishes from handcarts on the streets of San Francisco.

S1, EP4 "Food on the Fly"

Contestants are challenged to create tempting dishes using ingredients found in a convenience store.

S1, EP3 "Nasty Delights"

The contestants cook with octopus.

S1, EP2 "Food of Love"

Contestants are asked to create sweet dishes that are both sensual and erotic.

S1, EP1 "Who Deserves to Be Here"

Contestants are asked to create a signature dish.

Aspiring chefs compete for their shot at culinary stardom.
Starring: Richard Blais, Emeril Lagasse, Hugh Acheson
Original Air Date: Mar 8, 2006
Genres: Home/CookingRealityTV Series
Rating: TVPG
Playback: HD
20 seasons available on demand (298 episodes)
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