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Beat Bobby Flay

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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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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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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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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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Chef Burrell and David Burtka look for two powerful chefs who can defeat Bobby Flay and Australian chef Rachael Polhill and Chef Ian Redshaw are here to ensure victory is served.
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Chef and former football player Eddie Jackson teams up with "Worst Cooks in America" mentor Anne Burrell for a game day bout with Bobby Flay.
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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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The Kitchen's Sunny Anderson and Chef Giada De Laurentiis team up again to bring the heat into Bobby Flay's kitchen. The dynamic duo has recruited Indian expert Chef Paddy Rawal and Caribbean specialist Chef Trey Lamont to set Bobby's kitchen ablaze.
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Michael Symon gets help from Sunny Hostin as they attempt to cut Bobby Flay down to size; New York chef Pom Amaritnant battles chef Troy Gagliardo for a chance to dethrone the king.
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A how-to guide for beating Bobby on his own turf, featuring some of the most memorable moments in Beat Bobby Flay history, with guests like Sunny Anderson, Giada DeLaurentiis and Michael Symon offering tips and tricks to beat Bobby.
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The laughs are flowing when comic Tony Rock and jokester Alex Guarnaschelli heckle Bobby Flay in his own kitchen; Delaware chef Bill Clifton and Long Island's Stephan Bogardus compete for the last laugh.
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Mikey Day teams up with Katie Lee; Minnie Nguyen and Southern expert Adam Hodgson both have one goal: secure a win against Bobby.
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Chefs Ed McFarland and Dale Talde swap their tasting spoons for chef knives as they attempt to beat Bobby Flay at his own game.
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Father-and-son chefs Beto and Julian Rodarte battle it out to prove that the only thing stronger than family is their desire to beat Bobby Flay; Daphne Oz and model Jourdan Dunn will then decide who has the chops to take Bobby down.
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Proving that couples can be competitive, chef Ricardo Castro and his wife, chef Rosana Rivera, challenge each other for a chance to beat Bobby Flay; love is in the air as they're joined by Jet Tila and his wife, Ali, but there's no love for Bobby.
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Culinary queen Martha Stewart returns with Iron Chef Michael Symon to beat Bobby Flay and they bring in two young guns, brunch queen Sarah Wade and sous chef Max Castro.
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News anchor Don Lemon and Chef Alex Guarnaschelli have news: Bobby is going down.
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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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Chef Josh Capon and sports reporter Carolyn Manno team up to make sure Bobby Flay doesn't try for a trick play; Haitian chef Jouvens Jean takes on Francophile and Seattle restaurateur Bruce Naftaly to beat Bobby at his own game.
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Meat enthusiast Courtney Rada ("Carnivorous") and Iron Chef Michael Symon source Cleveland chefs Penny Barend and Melissa Khoury to bring Bobby Flay down; these lady butchers are ready to slice and dice the competition.
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The queen of food, Martha Stewart, graces the kitchen along with her pal, Chef Richard Blais; they hold court with talented chefs Katherine Fuchs and Michael Merida to make Bobby Flay look like the court jester.
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Cody and Sam Carroll of Cajun Aces compete to prove that love is a kitchen battlefield; it's only fitting that Sunny Anderson and Jeff Mauro officiate at the attempt to send Bobby Flay off unhappily ever after.

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