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Cutthroat Kitchen
Season 6
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The most dangerous, most extreme cooking competition on television is back for another course of sweets, savories, and sabotage!

Recaps by James Craven, GSNN

Host Alton Brown
Creator Michael Davies
EP Shauna Minoprio
Julia Cassidy
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Baby Got Backpack
January 18
Time for another week direct from that funhouse of cooking known as Alton Brownís International House of SabotageTM, and hereís Julio, John, Reese and Phil picking up their $25,000 bankroll.


We start with tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches for all.  Or at least the judge sitting within the hermetically sealed porch of Funk and Wagnall's Mayonnaise Jar, who will be revealed later on.  Julio buys a tomato swap for $4,200 making John use pizza rolls, Reese tomato aspic and Phil fried green tomatoes.  Reese then purchases a high-chair prep station (which looks something direct from Monty Hallís house) for $1,900 and gives that to Phil.  Then in the mid-round bidding, a ten-minute time out without cooking is bought by Phil for $2,400, and he makes Julio take a seat.  The judge this week is Simon Majundar, the crusty British judge, and the one who was ostensibly caught ruining Altonís childhood - and leaving the kitchen - is Phil, whose dish was killed by fried green tomatoes and returning $22,600 in the process.


Surviving into the next round, we have John with his $25,000 stash still filled to the gills, Reese with $23,100 and Julio at $20,800 as we serve up some orange chicken, but Reese forgets a lot of things and John eggs.  Well, Reese buys fortune cookies for $1,400, making Julio decide his fate with one cookie (replacing his chicken with canned variety) and John bread his chicken, and then Reese buys oranges for mixing and cooking for Julio for $7,500.  Mid-round, John has to hand squeeze oranges into a pitcher thanks for Julio and his $4,100 bid.  Enter Simon again, and he says sayonara to Reese, and she brings back $14,200 in the process.


Final round time with John with his full monty of $25,000 and Julio with $16,700.  Letís make some granola bars for dessert, shall we?  John forgot peanut butter and will have to use a backpack to do everything for $7,500 thanks to Julio.  And hay, John spends $2,000 to steal Julioís oats and make him take some from a bucket, along with some carrots and other horsie goodies.  So, John has $23,000 while Julio has $9,200 on the line for Simonís final tasting.  And the winner after all of this turns out to be Julio.

We pay homage to a certain championship football game - no, not Oregon-Ohio State - next week, so join us for all of the action.

To see this episode in its entirety, go to foodnetwork.com/cutthroatkitchen.