Look, No Hands — Testing the Cutthroat Kitchen Sabotages

by in Shows, July 13th, 2014

While Cutthroat Kitchen often involves sabotages that take away a contestant’s desired cooking utensils like knives or spatulas, most chefs would agree that the most valuable tool in the kitchen is one’s hands. That’s why this sabotage is especially diabolical: It makes sure that the contestants aren’t allowed to touch their food without using some kind of tool to pick it up. The chef is given a pair of white gloves and isn’t allowed to get them dirty under any cost, which causes major difficulty when trying to assemble a club sandwich, as it involves a plethora of ingredients: Chicken, salt, mayonnaise, lettuce, bacon and more. A lot of foods need to be handled, but is it possible to do so without using your hands?

Click play on the video above to see whether the Food Network culinary team could create a dish with this sabotage.

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Comments (4)

  1. Tony says:

    I wish I could see this as I would bet it's pretty funny to watch the potentially awkward attempts by professional chefs to make a club sandwich without using their hands. But alas for some reason every video I try to watch on this site just says Sorry, the requested video cannot be found which is very annoying since back when Cutthroat Kitchen first aired I loved watching the judges reactions to the sabotages and now cannot.

  2. Derrick Heard says:

    Hilarious. I personally love the infamous tiny kitchen. Now please give us the Giant kitchen!

  3. deaf says:

    PRESENT FOR YOU AT FOOD NETWORK! A GIANT MIDDLE FINGER FOR NOT PROVIDING CAPTIOING FOR THE DEAF COMMUNITY!!!

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