All-New on Sunday: Testing the Cutthroat Kitchen Sabotages

by in Shows, March 28th, 2014

Alton BrownFans have noticed from watching more than two seasons of Cutthroat Kitchen competition that some sabotages appear simply too evilicious to ever be allowed, and Food Network has heard your curiosities. It turns out, however, that even the most-demanding challenges have been vetted and approved by the show’s culinary team; that’s what makes them acceptable for the contest. Before Alton auctions off any sabotage to competitors, the Cutthroat crew tests it to see if it is, in fact, possible to work with during the allotted 30 minutes. And beginning this weekend, you’ll be able to watch some of those tests unfold in a series of brand-new Web-exclusive videos.

Visit Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen headquarters after Sunday’s episode to watch the first Testing the Sabotage video, then mark your calendars for the below dates to catch even more clips in the future.

Testing the Sabotage Premiere and Future Dates:

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Comments (10)

  1. Scratching my head says:

    Just watched Cutthroat Kitchen, and watched as a male chef who make a SOUP for a BLT sandwisch, another SOUP for ramen in which he substituted a root vegetable for the noodles, and then finally presented a GRITTY souffle for dessert and he WINS. More egregious mistakes than the other chefs made, and he wins.

    I have also noticed the same with shows like CHOPPED where the judges get rid of all the female chefs who made smaller mistakes than their male counterparts, and the guys win.

    What is with this?

  2. alek says:

    HOW ABOUT ADDING CAPTIONS FOR THE AFTERSHOW AND THIS UPCOMING TESTING THE SABTOAGES?! I'M DEAF AND FN IS VERY OFFENSIVE NOT ADDING SUBTITLES OR CAPTIONS. I'M FORCED TO WARCH 30 SECONDS GREEDY BUTTERFINGERED COMPANY ADVERT AND SEEING NO CAPTIONS!

  3. Challenger says:

    I'm noticing this show is clearly focuses on who spends more not on what obstacles one has to overcome to produce a successful dish.
    Completely robs many of their challenge. So the secreat to winning is SPEND SPEND SPEND!

  4. Linda says:

    I really like this show. I agree that spending money can increase your chances of winning, but knowing that each sabotage is tested leads me to believe that it may be the best innovative chef that will be the victor. I am amazed at the resourcefulness of the chefs. Keep up the good work.

  5. Confused says:

    Well, sure…but what about the episode when the final two contestants had to make pizza and one had to make pizza with a PIE CRUST? Pie crust = KO sabotage

  6. lilly says:

    this man that judge the new episode on cut throat kitchen is a really men he always sends the afro american people home even when they dont deserve to go home smh @ these ppl grow up even on chopped he does it….

  7. lilly says:

    judge simon -_-

  8. lilly says:

    i like this show alot keep up d good work and sorry for my last comment i was just a little dis please sorry once more

  9. Goobie says:

    What about cutting down the shopping time or allowing a pantry revisit in the middle of the cooking time?

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