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Four chefs call on their culinary skills as they face off against one another to prepare a spectacular three-course meal consisting of an appetizer, entree and dessert. The catch? In each round, they have to use all the ingredients the show provides them, however unlikely they might be (Gummi Bears, anyone?). At the end of each course, a panel of three guest judges "chops" one chef who fails to measure up in terms of taste, presentation and creativity. The last chef standing takes home bragging rights and a cool $10,000. Ted Allen hosts.

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A beautiful rack of boar; s'mores and a delicate vegetable accompany a lean meat on the competitors' entree plates; a giant, sweet surprise in the dessert basket ensures that the final plates will be colorful and unusual.
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In what may be the best Chopped competition theme ever, the chefs' baskets are packed with bacon, burgers and beer! In the bacon appetizer round, the competitors go in some inventive directions with their dishes, including pizza and poutine. Round two is an adrenaline-packed burger battle that has the chefs working with a fun take on onion rings. And the alliterative theme comes to its boozy conclusion in the dessert round, with beer boldly represented in the baskets.
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Lamb appetizer; a steak made from a vegetable in round two; the last two competitors are supremely confident, but their knowledge of dragon fruit and mesquite powder could play a role in who grills the best dessert.
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The chefs discover something stuffed and something smoked in the appetizer basket; double proteins make the entree round a carnivore's dream; making beans the center of sweet dishes in dessert round.
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The first basket out of the gate challenges four determined competitors with a weird pie and a beautiful cut of pork; a vegan product counters the giant beef ribs in the entree round.
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Chefs dive into the first basket to discover tuna belly; a cocktail named after poultry and a boxed product greet chefs in the second round; chefs choose to add chocolate to their desserts.
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A classic brunch combination turned ice cream flavor makes for a challenging first basket; a unique take on eggs keeps up the brunch theme in the entree round; two remaining chefs get to find out what goes into boozy cereal in the dessert round.
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Four chefs with personal connections to Cuba are treated to ingredient baskets filled with a variety of Cuban foods; in the appetizer round, butchering a whole fish gives one chef a whole lot of trouble.
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Martha Stewart joins the judging table for a competition with gorgeous garden goodies in every basket; greens and a sweet treat in the first round; squash is the meatiest find in the second basket; a puzzling dessert basket includes spinach.
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The chefs gear up for difficult baskets when they find out that viewers have selected all their ingredients; a texturally challenging dessert meets a canned meat product; a weird egg from the Philippines; a fishy ice cream.
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Chefs are surprised by a bold delicacy that is seafood in name only and must turn Rocky Mountain oysters into a tasty appetizer; a soda shop treat is a sweet hurdle for the entree-round competitors; the finalists find a jackfruit in the dessert box.
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The appetizer round has the chefs wondering what exactly a Chinese tea egg is; pizza in a strange format and an uncommonly eaten piece of pork appear in the entree basket; a big, stinky fruit is the talk of the dessert round.
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An ingredient basket containing squab kicks off an action-packed first round; chefs must break down a large fish and figure out what to do with a sweet beverage in the entree round; a variety of cookie mix may cause trouble in the dessert round.
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Talented kid cooks compete with their brothers and sisters in an impressive show of cooperation in the Chopped Kitchen.
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The chefs face an adrenaline-packed competition filled with daunting seafood ingredients.
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Four chefs find sea snails and candy in the first basket; a mishap in the entree round dramatically affects one chef's scallop dish; remaining competitors must work with something porky and something sticky in the dessert round.
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The chefs take part in a Bavarian bash, starting with an appetizer basket that contains potato chips; the entree basket contains pie and beer; the dessert basket contains beer and brats.
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Four chefs set out to make low-cost items taste like a million bucks in three dollar-dish challenges; the appetizer round has a box of frozen finger foods; the entree round has a chef's biggest fear; the dessert basket contains leftover wine.
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Four chefs face a three-round culinary battle where pasta is found on every plate.
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Kids who love to cook take over the Chopped Kitchen to prove they are forces to be reckoned with in the culinary world; the young competitors focus on finding creative ways to prepare ground chicken in Round 1.
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The chefs get foods that heal in the ingredient baskets and have to make dishes that are both yummy and healthy.

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