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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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Origins Burbank, CA
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S'mortal Combat
November 30
Alton Brownís International House of SabotageTM is open for business again, and this week, we have Valero, Cory, Hop and Huda getting the $25,000 stipend.

Thereís 45 minutes to make chili and corn bread. Valero pays $12,00 to make Hop and Cory harvest their ingredients from a block of ice, and Hop makes Huda cook with cowboy gear for $10,800. Mid-round, who gets lassoed into a bad fate? Cody does it to Valero for $2,200. Emerging from the hermetically sealed porch for Funk and Wagnallís Mayonnaise Jar is Jet Tila, and egressing from the competition is Cory and his $22,800.

Round two finds Huda holding on to her full stack of $25,000, Hop has $14,200 and Valeroís bankroll has $13,000. So letís make some dim sum. Hop pays $2,600 to force Valero prep in steamer baskets, then Valero pays $3,100 to take Hopís basket and make him get ingredients from a recycling compost bin, but then Hop makes Valero wear white gloves for $11,100. Jet returns, and decides that itís ďBye, FeliciaĒ to Valero and his $9,900.

As the final round starts, we have Huda still with $25,000 and Hop with only $500. Letís make some símores and itís all about Huda, who wins a $600 bid to make Hop shoot for his marshmallows, and $500 to make him cook with matches. And so, Huda has $23,900 on the line against Hopís $500. Jet tastes them, and picks Huda, with a regular episode record payoff $23,900.

Next week, itís Christmas in Cutthroat Kitchen. What will Altonís elves come up with? Tune in and find out.

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