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Eliminated 2nd : Patrick Henry Sr. Melissa d'Arabian G. Garvin Jenesse Center Inc. Mary's Food Bank Notes : This was the first of several special episodes where different celebrity chefs compete for their charity of choice. Melissa d'Arabian Duskie Estes G. Chefs, who have appeared on "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives", compete in challenges involving crazy food pins, untraditional tacos, and a dinner that incorporates both high-end and low-end ingredients. Judges: Melissa d'Arabian , G.
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Stir-fries are prepared, using only items from even-numbered aisles; the ingredients for lemon bars are transformed into dinner recipes; and two international cuisines collide in the final round. Young chefs battle it out in challenges, beginning with a scavenger hunt for the ingredients they need to make a hot lunch. Also: they run into express-lane limits, when shopping for their bacon dinners. Spunky grandmothers compete, starting with a challenge that finds them turning samples into kid-friendly dishes. Later, they make breakfast on a budget; and incorporated three weird ingredients into a family recipe.
A Thanksgiving feast is prepared in the first round; and later, the chefs use leftovers to create upscale dinners. Also: a fall edition of Grocery Bowl. Judges: G. Gift baskets, filled with eclectic items, are given to the competing chefs, who are tasked with making holiday party lunches. Later, they must do without ingredients they need to prepare breakfast; and the final challenge features a game of "Musical Carts Judges: Melissa d'Arabian , Troy Johnson , Duskie Estes.
Part 1 of 5. Past winners return for a "Tournament of Champions". Challenges include making innovative appetizers and an upscale lunch, using clearance-cart items. Holiday starters are prepared in the first round; a New Year's Eve dinner made on a Scrooge-like budget is the second challenge; and fruitcake ingredients are used to create a festive feast. Part 2 of 5. Four champions return. First, they are forced to make breakfast with frozen kale and kumquats.
Later, they present a hearty sandwich and side to the judges; and fight the clock when preparing decadent dinners featuring olives as a component. Part 3 of 5.
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Four champs return to earn a spot in the Tournament of Champions finale. Challenges include making lunch with ingredients that begin with the letter "M"; preparing dishes showcasing the flavors of Greece and China. Four branches of military are represented, when veterans compete.
Included: they are ordered to make a family holiday meal; their hometown favorites; and five-star dinners. Part 4 of 5.
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Four champs return to take on challenges, beginning when they have to make pizza without the traditional ingredients. Later, they encounter obstacles preparing their best Asian dish; and have to face the Food Wheel. Challenges during the tournament of champions finale include a hearty lunch made with ingredients from the canned or frozen sections; breakfast using odd items from the Fieri Food Pyramid; and a station swap while cooking dinner.
Chefs from "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" compete. Chefs from Triple D compete. Challenges include making comfort food, using seven items or less; and delicious dinners with sub-par ingredients. Finally, refrigerator magnets determine the final dishes. The Triple D tournament continues. Included: the chefs make hot sandwiches, but aren't allowed to shop in the meat, cheese and deli aisles.
Also: they are asked to create international dishes; and cook pork with wild ingredients. Triple D alumni compete in challenges.