Soup’s On — Testing the Cutthroat Kitchen Sabotages

by in Shows, June 29th, 2014

Many times on Cutthroat Kitchen, host Alton Brown demonstrates his truly evilicious side by taking away the contestants’ ingredients, their heating appliances and even all their knives. In this week’s episode, Alton takes evil to a whole new level — he takes away all pots, pans and mixing bowls, and replaces them with a bread bowl for one of the contestants and a soup ladle for the other. The two contestants have to make both a soup and a salad without all their mixing equipment. This challenge didn’t come without its share of difficulty — the soup ladle was extremely small and could heat up only a small amount at a time, and the bread bowl kept soaking up all the liquid for both the dressing and the soup. While sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen have to slow the contestants down and make things difficult for them, they can’t make it impossible for them to make a dish.

How did these two sabotages get approved by Food Network’s culinary team for this episode? Click the play button on the video above to find out.

Tune in for a new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen on Sunday, June 29 at 10|9c.

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Comments (3)

  1. Cygnia says:

    Evilicious!

  2. wm. paul says:

    this is fun to watch. as retired chef I think of sabotages
    I just had rotator cuff surgery and the have me in a sling/ cushion contraption. my right arm is useless. I have figured out some ways around it, however, it is entertaining.

  3. zdomain says:

    I always thought it would be a good sabotage to have a "kitchen party." That is, a small group of friends stand in random places in a competitor's kitchen while they try to cook something. They stand in bad spots, and could even randomly move items when the chef isn't looking.

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