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Talented young chefs embark on a series of tough cooking challenges and high-pressure obstacles.

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Three kid chefs battle it out one last time to win a $20,000 culinary scholarship and their own Foodnetwork.com Web series.
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The chefs cook up some monstrous meals inspired by the movie "Hotel Transylvania 2"; chef Jeff Mauro helps to judge the results.
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The five remaining chefs cook and present the dish that changed their lives; celebrity chef Sunny Anderson joins Rachael Ray to judge the results.
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The six remaining chefs show off their signature flavors in a pasta dish and create their own food product; guest judge is cookbook author, Fabio Viviani.
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The seven chefs must put their own spin on a fast food classic; food critic and Internet video star Daymon Patterson joins Rachael Ray to judge the results.
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Rachael Ray and guest judge Robert Irvine present the chefs with their first challenge to find out what makes each of them unique.

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