Four chefs face a three-round culinary battle where pasta is found on every plate.
Four chefs find sea snails and candy in the first basket; a mishap in the entree round dramatically affects one chef's scallop dish; remaining competitors must work with something porky and something sticky in the dessert round.
An ingredient basket containing squab kicks off an action-packed first round; chefs must break down a large fish and figure out what to do with a sweet beverage in the entree round; a variety of cookie mix may cause trouble in the dessert round.
The chefs gear up for difficult baskets when they find out that viewers have selected all their ingredients; a texturally challenging dessert meets a canned meat product; a weird egg from the Philippines; a fishy ice cream.
Chefs dive into the first basket to discover tuna belly; a cocktail named after poultry and a boxed product greet chefs in the second round; chefs choose to add chocolate to their desserts.
A classic brunch combination turned ice cream flavor makes for a challenging first basket; a unique take on eggs keeps up the brunch theme in the entree round; two remaining chefs get to find out what goes into boozy cereal in the dessert round.
Martha Stewart joins the judging table for a competition with gorgeous garden goodies in every basket; greens and a sweet treat in the first round; squash is the meatiest find in the second basket; a puzzling dessert basket includes spinach.
The first basket challenges the chefs to come up with a yummy solution to a dill pickle-flavored treat; a Midwestern casserole in the entree basket; a chef's injury puts their Gjetost cheese dessert in jeopardy.
Four chefs are forced to get creative from the start when they find a kitschy, oddball cake and an unusual hybrid veggie in their appetizer baskets; an offal surprise and a fun fungus dish keep things interesting in Round 2; a key lime dessert.
Every basket is filled with cheesy ingredients, including an unusual take on a Philadelphia classic in the first round; the chefs must work with a crunchy cringe-worthy surprise in addition to a fancy Spanish cheese in the entree round.
In what may be the best Chopped competition theme ever, the chefs' baskets are packed with bacon, burgers and beer! In the bacon appetizer round, the competitors go in some inventive directions with their dishes, including pizza and poutine. Round two is an adrenaline-packed burger battle that has the chefs working with a fun take on onion rings. And the alliterative theme comes to its boozy conclusion in the dessert round, with beer boldly represented in the baskets.
Chefs must make appetizers using a delicate herb and a playful take on potatoes; chefs get a strange Italian street food in the entree basket; judges hope the Dutch baby pancake and sour plums in the dessert basket will spark creativity.
Four chefs set out to prove that ice cream can work well in two savory courses; a scoop sandwiched in the middle of an indulgent ingredient in the first basket; a unique ice cream flavor at the center of an unusual dish in the second basket.
The chefs learn they must make appetizers that include ginger-like galangal and a trendy taco; miniature fruit and soft-shell crabs are two of the surprises; a pretty cake that reminds one judge of his childhood is in one basket.
The chefs learn that they will be required to fry something in every course; in the appetizer round, a brightly colored beverage and a stuffed pasta are part of the puzzle; a classic cookie and a wild sundae bring fun to an exciting dessert round.