Cutthroat Kitchen

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Cutthroat Kitchen
Genre Reality, Cooking
Starring Alton Brown
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Shauna Minoprio, Julia Cassidy
Running time 60 Minutes
Production company(s) Embassy Row
Original network Food Network
Original release August 11, 2013 (2013-08-11)
External links
Official website

Cutthroat Kitchen is a reality cooking television show that airs on Food Network. It began on August 11, 2013.[1] It is hosted by Alton Brown.[2]

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Four chefs are given three cooking challenges. Each challenge has a type of dish that the chefs have to make in 30 minutes. Before then, the chefs have one minute to get ingredients out of a pantry. After 30 minutes, a judge tastes each dish, and the chef with the worst dish is eliminated.

At the start of the game, the chefs are each given $25,000. In the first two challenges, Brown shows items that are put up to auction for the chefs to buy using their money. The chefs can use these items on other chefs to change their ingredients, what cooking tools they can use, and other things. For example, an item may force a chef to cook using canned ingredients instead of fresh ones. The chef who is eliminated has to give back the money that they have. In the last challenge, no items are shown at first, but during the first minutes of the challenge, Brown will put items up for auction. This makes it so the person who gets the item has to change their dish based on what the item does. The chef that wins keeps the money that they have left.

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