The contestants host a Food Festival where they perform a live demo of their signature dish; chef Curtis Stone will crown the winner.
Chef Robert Irvine mentors the contestants; the chefs work as a team to unscramble a jumbled recipe and then each chef must execute their dish; guest judge Melissa d'Arabian.
The contestants choose one retro dish to modernize; creating a classic Southern barbecue; Chef G. Garvin judges the dishes.
The chefs make dishes featuring an ingredient they hate; creating a multi-component entree using a sandwich as inspiration.
The chefs' knowledge of ingredients is tested; the contestants identify ingredients blindfolded; a "Chopped"-style challenge.
Eight talented young chefs are ready to prove they've got what it takes to win their own web series on foodnetwork.com.
The chefs try to fool a room full of celebrities into believing their food was prepared by adult chefs; guests include chefs Melissa d'Arabian, Eric Greenspan, Richard Blais, and TV star Jennie Garth.
Blindfolded taste challenge; the chefs must create extreme food mash-ups for guest judge Chef Duff Goldman.
Rachael and Guy coach their teams of kid chefs on great meal timing.
Eight rising young chefs compete for a chance to win their own web series on FoodNetwork.com; the chefs must create a signature dish that best expresses their culinary style; special guest Michelle Obama explains the Cook-Off Challenge.