Bobby, Alex, Curtis and Michael become two super teams, to make the most spectacular three-course steak dinner with their home cooks. The losing team goes from friends to instant enemies as they cook off against each other.
Five home cooks remain as the mentors battle head-to-head to bring back an eliminated contestant of their choice. When the eliminated contestant returns, it's time for the six home cooks to battle it out.
The mentors become the judges, doing a blind taste test to determine which home cooks will compete in the elimination round.
The four remaining home cooks face off in three of the toughest challenges yet. The winner of each round moves into the finale, with the last cook standing going home. Marc Murphy lends a hand in the penultimate episode.
The cooks must make it through three intense rounds of culinary challenges, all representing a meal in the life of your typical home cook. Plus, the contestants will get to cook side-by-side with their world-class mentor!
Nine home cooks enter the kitchen and meet their mentors: Alex Guarnaschelli, Robert Irvine, Curtis Stone and Andrew Zimmern. Challenges include making a dish from the contents of a lunch box and impressing guest judge Carla Hall.
The home cooks compete in geography-themed tests, beginning with a tag team challenge to combine styles from their home regions. Two teams then compete by making world cuisine. Guest judges are Debi Mazar and Aaron Sanchez.
First, the cooks face off in two battles featuring desserts in different colors. Then the remaining teams make structural chocolate desserts that incorporate a circle, a square and a triangle. Duff Goldman is the guest professor.
The subject is math and the home cooks are divided into two groups of three, where they create an appetizer trio with one main ingredient. The group in the elimination round creates a seven-ingredient dish, plus a curve ball.
Guest professors Scott Conant and Geoffrey Zakarian judge the mentors this round, with each mentor creating a gourmet dish using snack food. The winning mentor gets the chance to add an eliminated chef to their team.
Guest professor Adam Richman tests the cooks on science, so first they dissect iconic dishes and find a new way to use those ingredients. The remaining cooks then face off by creating dishes featuring the four elements.
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