Top U.S. chefs compete in their area of expertise.
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...  Himself - Host 120 episodes, 2006-2011
Stephanie Banyas ...  Herself 120 episodes, 2006-2011
Miriam Garron ...  Herself 120 episodes, 2006-2011
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Chef Bobby Flay is on a secret mission to challenge the absolute masters in one kind of cooking-award winning BBQers, bakers, pizza makers and more-some with a roomful of trophies to prove it. In each episode, one of these cooks thinks Food Network is shooting their profile for a television special. What they don't know is that Bobby is going to drop in for a surprise visit and challenge them to an unexpected cook-off. Since they're in their element and Bobby's out of his, prepare for an exciting, tension-filled competition. Written by E.

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"So to all you cooks out there, keep doing what you do. But ask yourself this, are you ready for a Throwdown?"

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Bobby Flay is an Arrogant Jerk
26 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

The "Throwdown" formula is simple. Highly-trained chef and host, Bobby Flay, gets his staff to convince hometown cooking heroes that Food Network wants to make a feature about them. Instead, Bobby Flay shows up, and tries to show that he can do a better job than the local chefs at their specialty, even though Flay just learned to make their dish a week ago. It's like promising a local swim champ that CNN wants to feature him for being such an inspiration with a new technique--but then, they send Michael Phelps to show the kid that he actually sucks compared to an Olympian. Having Bobby Flay duke it out with great local chefs is a cool idea, but I don't know why he has to ambush them and crush their dreams all at once.


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