“It’s Dress-Up Time Again” — Alton’s After-Show

by in Shows, August 31st, 2014

From souffle suits to Greek-inspired togas, Alton Brown‘s not one to shy away from costumes, as the Cutthroat Kitchen host has gleefully auctioned off the gamut of creative getups. On this week’s new episode, he brought back the idea of dress-up to what he called on his After-Show “the golden American age of the ’50s.” In celebration of the casserole round, one chef was forced to don an apron and oven mitts a la those commonly worn by housewives several decades ago.

“Can I just say these are very, very sweaty inside,” Simon Majumdar noted to Alton after the judge put on the outfit. Chef Ian had to undergo this challenge, but as Alton told Simon, “things get a little bit spicier” when the same chef was forced to balance a cooked pie on one of his hands for the duration of the round. Although Chef Ian managed to present his casserole on time, Simon admitted that the double-decker of interference ultimately did the contestant in. “He’s a good enough chef not to undercook bacon and not to undercook zucchinis, and added to that, the lack of sauce,” Simon said when explaining that sabotages were likely to blame in this elimination.

Click the play button on the video above to hear more from Alton and Simon, and see Simon in costume.

Don’t miss an all-new episode of Cutthroat Kitchen on Sunday at 10|9c.

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Comments (4)

  1. nope says:

    wheres the video???

  2. Lindsay says:

    When is Alton going to compete on Cutthroat Kitchen?

  3. Rob says:

    Your web site sucks. First you had the wrong video, now there isn't any video.

  4. Ron says:

    YOU NEED TO USE M.R.E.'S IN ONE OF YOUR AUCTIONS, ESPECIALLY THE VEGGIE AUMLET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    AS A FORMER SOLDIRE I KNOW IT SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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