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In this cooking competition series, two chefs face off against each other in a cooking challenge set by celebrity chef Bobby Flay. The winner of that competition than must go head-to-head with Flay himself in order to win the big prize. The series debuted in 2013 on the Food Network.

Beat Bobby Flay is a Food Reality series that is currently running and has 25 seasons (316 episodes). The series first aired on March 3, 2014. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3.

Beat Bobby Flay is available for streaming on the food network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Beat Bobby Flay on demand at Food Network, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes, Food Network, online.

Sunday 10:00 PM et/pt on food network
25 Seasons, 316 Episodes
March 3, 2014
Food Reality
Cast: Bobby Flay
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Beat Bobby Flay Full Episode Guide

  • Chopped's Alex Guarnaschelli and Geoffrey Zakarian have brought in two pastry chefs, Erica Land and Jacqueline Joy Dino, to sprinkle the kitchen with sugar and spice and a loss for Bobby Flay.

  • Formidable duo Michael Symon and Giada De Laurentiis reunite to continue their winning streak against Bobby Flay, bringing in Italian master chefs Jessica Gamble and Fabrizio Schenardi to challenge Bobby with a dish he's never won before.

  • Food Networks Jet Tila and Chef Carla Hall are hoping to get sweet revenge over Bobby Flay. They bring in Asian food specialists Chef Dan Jacobs and Chef Tony Nguyen to dodge Bobbys curveballs and take home a win.

  • Chef Richard Blais recruits TV personality Laura Vitale to try to knock Bobby Flay down a peg or two; they enlist the help of global food enthusiasts chef Reza Setayesh and chef Andy Gaynor to make Bobby's world spin.

  • Iron Chef Michael Symon and Chopped's Amanda Frietag are ready to make sure Bobby Flay goes home empty-handed. Chef Carrie Eagle from Jacksonville, Fla., soars into the arena to take on Cincinnati stalwart Jose Salazar, and both chefs are looking to squeeze out a win against Bobby.

  • Chopped's Scott Conant brings in the A-list talent when he recruits the help of actress Vivica A. Fox to throw shade at Bobby Flay. Hoping Bobby freezes under the pressure are French master Chef Nico Romo and Caribbean enthusiast Chef Peter Prime.

  • Damaris and Jaymee Sire hope to strike a victorious chord against Bobby.

  • Superchef Anne Burrell teams up with supermodel Gigi Hadid to give Bobby Flay a real taste of the spotlight. They're hoping international chefs Melissa Araujo and Max Robbins can blind Bobby with their brilliance and cat-walk out with a win.

  • Christmas cookie challenge pals Ree Drummond and Eddie Jackson join forces to decide who has what it takes to get the job done against Bobby Flay. Seafood specialist Chef Ian Rough must battle California ranch chef Anthony Endy for a chance to go against Bobby.

  • The star ingredient gives everyone goosebumps, including Scott Conant and actress Cheri Oteri. Texas chef Nick Walker and Bosnian chef Senada Grbic hope to return the favor to Bobby Flay with a win in the second round.

  • The summer heat wave takes hold of the kitchen, and Chef Carla Hall tries to beat the heat with TV announcer Steve Higgins. They recruit red-hot chefs Kathy Sidell and Vinson Petrillo to light a fire under Bobby Flay and take him out.

  • The BBQ princess, Leslie Roark Scott, goes up against the queen of pork, Jess DeSham Timmons, for a chance to grill Bobby Flay. Racecar driving legend Danica Patrick and Food Network's Eddie Jackson try to wave the checkered flag on Bobby's victory lap.

  • Food Network's Marc Murphy and Chef Anne Burrell want to rake Bobby Flay over the coals. They'll have help from two grill masters, Chef David Bancroft and BBQ champion Susie Bulloch, as they show no chill trying to grill Bobby.

  • Bobby Flay will have to cake it until he makes it in this sprinkle-filled pastry battle. Chopped's Alex Guarnaschelli and Geoffrey Zakarian scoured the land to bring in two talented pastry chefs, Erica Land and Jacqueline Joy Dino, to sprinkle the kitchen with sugar and spice and a loss for Bobby.

  • Siblings Matt and Lisa Storch challenge each other for a chance to try and torch Bobby Flay. Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and Damaris Phillips are there to cheer them on to victory.

  • Anne Burrell and Marc Murphy attempt to rake Bobby Flay over the coals. Then, they receive help from David Bancroft and Susie Bulloch.

  • Michael Symon enlists his pal, TV host Clinton Kelly, to distract Bobby Flay with their friendship. They get additional help from a French master, Chef Sylvain Delpique, and an Italian bread master, Chef Jackie Mazza.

  • Marcela Valladolid pairs up with Buddy Valastro to try and score a sweet victory against Bobby Flay. Chefs Jocelyn Gragg and Kathleen McDaniel, two southern belles from Atlanta with a propensity for pastry, appear.

  • Anne Burrell and David Burtka dig deep for two chefs that can take down Bobby Flay.

  • Food Network's Michael Symon and The View's Sunny Hostin try to cut Bobby Flay down to size. Meanwhile, New York chef Pom Amaritnant duels with Chef Troy Gagliardo from North Carolina for a chance to dethrone the king.

  • Regulars at the judges' table, chefs Ed McFarland and Dale Talde trade in their tasting spoons for chef knives as they try to beat Bobby Flay at his own game. Sunny Anderson and Geoffrey Zakarian are here to cheer them on to victory.

  • Culinary queen Martha Stewart returns with Iron Chef Michael Symon to defeat Bobby Flay. They bring in two young guns, brunch queen Sarah Wade and sous chef Max Castro, to see if Bobby can keep up with the future food generation.

  • News anchor Don Lemon and Chef Alex Guarnaschelli bring in two award-winning chefs, Dieter Samijn of Bar Boulud and Patrick Schaeffer of Citi Field.

  • Courtney Rada and Iron Chef Michael Symon try to slice and dice Bobby Flay.

  • The queen of food, Martha Stewart, graces the kitchen along with her pal, Chef Richard Blais. They hold court with talented chefs Katherine Fuchs and Michael Merida to make Bobby Flay look like the court jester.

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