In the finale, the remaining three chefs are pushed to the limits of their creativity. In the first round, one chef will be eliminated as the competitors are faced with crucial kitchen equipment being off-limits. Then, in the final head-to-head round, the last two chefs must make a full Thanksgiving meal in just three hours. Only one chef will walk away with the $25,000 prize.
Pie art is quickly becoming the hottest new trend in the food world, so Sunny Anderson challenges four bakers to push the limits of Thanksgiving pie-making for the chance to win a $10,000 shopping spree. In the first challenge, they have to break free of the traditional flat pie with a vertical one that's over 8 inches tall. Then the remaining bakers showcase their artistry with sophisticated pie toppers. Judges Nacho Aguirre, Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin and Scott Conant pick the winner.
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. Everyone's hoping that Bobby will be headed home with a leftover loss after this Thanksgiving throwdown.
Geoffrey Zakarian and TV host Sara Haines have a lot to be thankful for at the table this year, and they've brought in Creole Chef Bernard Carmouche and meatball master Daniel Sharp to stuff Bobby Flay like a turkey.
There's a lot to be thankful for when Food Network's Sunny Anderson and Bobby Flay's daughter Sophie are in the house. Silent but deadly Clayton Chapman and Italian authority Tony Priolo battle it out for the chance to stuff Bobby like a turkey.
It's Thanksgiving, and the legendary Martha Stewart joins Chopped judge Scott Conant to ensure Bobby Flay gets the short end of the wishbone. Moroccan-born Omar Zerrei and former Iron Chef America sous chef Ed Cotton aim to send Bobby back to the kids' table.