How to Survive Cutthroat Kitchen, According to Alton Brown

by in Food Network Chef, Shows, July 23rd, 2014

Cutthroat Kitchen is in full swing (now in its fourth season), and with time also come lessons learned — many lessons learned. Frequent judge Simon Majumdar recently revealed the mind of a Cutthroat judge to FN Dish, and now host Alton Brown is sharing survival techniques. From the pantry to the kitchen, Alton breaks down the most-common mistakes that can easily be rectified, as well as how a chef should best prep himself or herself for sabotages.

Click play on the video above to learn Alton’s tips for acing round after round in the Cutthroat arena.

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Comments (4)

  1. Cut Throat kitchen is a negative cooking show. It teaches chef's to get revenge on their opponents. I would prefer to see cooking shows that teach sharing & teamwork! Why not more plant orientated shows for healthy eating like the 80-10-10 diet of fruits & vegetable? It is time to help People become healthy & kill diseases from poor food choices.

  2. MoHub says:

    What amazes me is when—especially in the final round—one chef has considerably more money than the other and bids more than the amount in the other's bank. The most one has to bid is the exact amount the other chef has as he or she can't bid up from there, but the chefs with the most money consistently bid at least $100 more than they need to.

  3. Jeremiah Acosta says:

    Cutthroat Kitchen is the best show ever!! I love the sabotages

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