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Bobby Flay is no stranger to culinary competitions, whether he's hosting ("Bobby's Dinner Battle") or competing ("Throwdown With Bobby Flay"). In this program he does both. Each half-hour episode begins with two chefs competing to create a dish using an ingredient chosen by Flay. The winner of that challenge -- as determined by a special guest judge -- goes to the second round, in which he or she does battle against chef Flay. To make things a little more fair, the challenger has an advantage by being able to prepare a signature dish that is unknown to Bobby until the start of the round. Once he learns what the dish is, Flay must immediately come up with his own version. A panel determines the winner of the second round through a blind taste test. Food Network regulars Sunny Anderson, Anne Burrell and Giada De Laurentiis are among the judges appearing on the show.

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Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and comedian Jay Pharoah look to gobble up a victory over Bobby Flay as chefs Jason Bissell and Tirzah Love face off.
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Actress Fran Drescher joins Scott Conant from "Chopped" to beat Bobby Flay with style, food and flair; they're upping the ante by bringing in two fantastic pastry chefs, Jessica Scott and Shelby Sieg, who are ready to bake Bobby into a corner.
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Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli shows Bobby Flay no mercy with fellow mean girl, the hilarious and talented actress Tina Fey.
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Tough-guy-with-heart-of-gold Fernando Ruiz battles Mexican-born chef Paco Garcia for a chance at Bobby Flay, with chefs Donatella Arpaia and Scott Conant deciding which of them can make a dish as perfect as Scott's hair.
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The kitchen goes metal when Iron Chef Jose Garces and Worst Cooks in America's Anne Burrell team up to take down their good friend, Bobby Flay; they pick Tagine Queen Aneesa Waheed and hard-hitting chef Ryan Lory to deliver the win.
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The kitchen gets steamy when Derek Simcik, named Sexiest Chef, goes up against Philadelphia's haute chef, Sylva Senat; Chris Santos and Marc Murphy choose which chef will burn Bobby Flay.
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Ted Allen and Jeannie Mai are keeping it real with Bobby; they're stacking the deck with some authentic Italian experts, chef Ryan DePersio and chef Giuseppe Fanelli who are hoping Bobby will be begging for Mamma Mia after they win.
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"Chopped" judges Geoffrey Zakarian and Amanda Freitag enlist Jimmy Buffett's private chef, Dante Giannini, and Telluride's Eliza Gavin to edge out the win and wipe out Bobby Flay.
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Alex McCoy and Jay Ducote are in the house to outshine Bobby Flay; Damaris Phillips teams up with chef Richard Blais to ensure that Bobby's star burns out.
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Alton Brown and Jet Tila know that to beat Bobby Flay, they're going to have to bring in the heavy-hitters; with two James Beard Award-winning chefs, Jonathon Sawyer and Mark Ladner, this one is destined to be an uphill battle for Bobby.
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"Food Network Star" winner Eddie Jackson brings in Casey Webb ("Man v. Food") to throw all the manpower they can at Bobby; fine dining expert Eric Bolyard and seafood aficionado Sarah Murray battle for a shot at Bobby vs. their signature dish.
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Style expert Carson Kressley teams up with chef Anne Burrell to point out Bobby's fashion and food faux pas; two Italian authorities, chefs Kevin Sweeney and Nicco Muratore, attempt to prove that their food is trendsetting and claim victory in style.
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The kitchen comes alive when Katie Lee and Valerie Bertinelli team up to see Bobby Flay fall; it's up to them to make the call when chef Chris Henry from Massachusetts battles Buffalo, N.Y., chef Steve Gedra for a chance at the champ.
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Actress Sophia Bush and chef Carla Hall decide which Windy City chef, Aaron Cuschieri or Jill Barron, has what it takes to blow Bobby Flay out of the arena.
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Chef Mika Leon brings the heat against chef Michael Bertozzi; chef Carla Hall and actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson decide who has what it takes to join their modern family for a food fight against Bobby Flay.
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The chips are all in when world-traveled chef Philippe Haddad meets New York chef Melissa O'Donnell; it's up to Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian to place their bets on the chef who they think can beat Bobby Flay.
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The Queen of Toast, chef Carrie Baird, and chef Lamar Moore from Chicago's South Side attempt to take Bobby's title away with a win of their own.
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Iron Chef Michael Symon and actress Brooke Shields band together to take Bobby Flay down; with Italian chef and restaurateur Carla Pellegrino and Atlanta's Idris Muhammad on their side, Bobby will be singing a different tune.
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Katie Lee and Marc Murphy conspire to take down Bobby Flay; they're counting on native Italian chef Silvia Baldini and California chef Austin Cobb to make their day and beat Bobby.
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Author Daphne Oz and chef Damaris Phillips decide who has the skill to paint Bobby Flay out of the picture; chef and artist Enrique Limardo goes up against Southwestern chef Jeff Smedstad in an all-out culinary battle.
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Alex Guarnaschelli and Ree Drummond recruit two gentlemen, Jamarius Banks and Vince Giancarlo.

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