Siblings crowd into the kitchen for a Thanksgiving competition; these turkeys tackle a green bean creation and a bitter green; there's no bird in the Thanksgiving entrée basket; a latte and lots more await the final competitors in the dessert basket.
The chefs learn that their Thanksgiving-themed rounds will be sides, turkey and pie; the competitors make side dishes; the chefs attempt to put a creative spin on their turkey plates; the promise of pies and tawny port makes for a festive pie round.
The appetizer round has the chefs wondering what exactly a Chinese tea egg is; pizza in a strange format and an uncommonly eaten piece of pork appear in the entree basket; a big, stinky fruit is the talk of the dessert round.
Four grandmas bring their cooking styles to the kitchen and give the judges a holiday dining experience to remember; unusual candy canes in the appetizer round; a gilded surprise in the second basket; holiday cookies in the dessert round.
Four chefs who didn't make it in high-stakes tournaments return in search of redemption; goat chop appetizers in the first round; breakfast cereal in the entree basket; a cookie behemoth and a strange soda in the dessert basket.
The chefs get breakfast foods in every basket; a series of mishaps plagues one of the competitors in the second round; in the dessert round, French toast and Chinese porridge must find a place in the remaining chefs' final dishes.
Chefs are surprised by a bold delicacy that is seafood in name only and must turn Rocky Mountain oysters into a tasty appetizer; a soda shop treat is a sweet hurdle for the entree-round competitors; the finalists find a jackfruit in the dessert box.
Four bartenders who love to cook compete in this special competition to prove that barkeeps know how to keep the flavors coming.
The chefs get foods that heal in the ingredient baskets and have to make dishes that are both yummy and healthy.
The chefs face an adrenaline-packed competition filled with daunting seafood ingredients.
Talented kid cooks compete with their brothers and sisters in an impressive show of cooperation in the Chopped Kitchen.
The chefs must cook a game day feast and set out to tackle the challenge with gusto; in the first basket, they find a whimsical dish that looks like nachos.
Four talented pastry chefs get to make a chocolate feast for the judges; in the first round of this all-desserts battle, the competitors must make dark chocolate creations that include a prized fruit and a salty snack.
Four chefs have to get creative with wonton wrappers after finding lowbrow eclairs in the first basket; a can full of cheesy comfort food and a lean bird are on the entree agenda.
The competitors must stay steady and focused as they take on three chicken-themed rounds in this special competition; the chicken in the first basket looks strikingly strange.
The chefs take part in a Bavarian bash, starting with an appetizer basket that contains potato chips; the entree basket contains pie and beer; the dessert basket contains beer and brats.
Four female butchers battle it out for a shot at $10,000; in round one, the butchers must break down a large piece of beef; fresh chickpeas prove time consuming; in the third round, they show off their butcher skills on a savory ingredient.
The chefs get some surprises in the ingredient baskets like a gefilte fish with something sweet and salty, pork in the entree round and strange ingredients to work with for dessert.
When four pizza pros bring their considerable talent and competitive drive to the "Chopped" kitchen, the judges are in for a pizza party to remember with a piece of pork in round one, a regional dough in round two and dessert pizza in the finals.
Four chefs set out to make low-cost items taste like a million bucks in three dollar-dish challenges; the appetizer round has a box of frozen finger foods; the entree round has a chef's biggest fear; the dessert basket contains leftover wine.