Throwdown! With Bobby Flay - Season 7

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Wednesday 10:00 PM on Food Network Premiered Oct 10, 2006 In Season

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Episode Guide

  • Cuban Sandwich
    Cuban Sandwich
    Episode 12
    3/10/10
    8.0
    Nick Vazquez, the owner of Azucar, came to America from Cuba in the 1960s and never abandoned his Cuban roots. His specialties are ropa vieja and vaca fritta, but he is most proud of his cubano grande sandwich. When Nick hosts a Cuban affair at his restaurant in honor of his famous sandwich, Chef Bobby Flay shows up to challenge him with his own version in a throwdown.moreless
  • Stuffed French Toast
    3/17/10
    9.0
    The chef and owner of La Isla Restaurant, Omar Giner, has been bringing a taste of Cuba to Hoboken, New Jersey, since 1996, and he believes he has one of the best brunch spots in the United States. Chef Flay crosses the Hudson River to challenge Omar with his own version of stuffed french toast in a throwdown.moreless
  • Omelets
    Omelets
    Episode 10
    3/3/10
    9.0
    Misty Young, the owner of the Squeeze In located in Truckee, California, gives a party at her newly opened Squeeze In in Reno, Nevada, and is surprised by Bobby Flay when he crashes the party to challenge her to an omelet throwdown.
  • Burritos
    Burritos
    Episode 9
    2/17/10
    8.0
    Brothers Victor and Miguel Escobedo, the owners of Papalote Mexican Grill in San Francisco, California, believe they are part of a Food Network special called Brotherly Grub about brothers who cook together. They expect to prepare their specialty dish, Triple Threat Burrito. What the brothers don't not know is Chef Flay is preparing his own recipe for this dish to challenge them to a throwdown.moreless
  • Brownies
    Brownies
    Episode 8
    2/3/10
    9.0
    Shawna Lidsky and Katherine Hayward, owners of Vermont Brownie Company, believe the Food Network is bringing back the show Recipe for Success and they have been chosen to feature their signature Dark Chocolate Chevre Brownie. To their surprise, Chef Bobby Flay appears to challenge them to a chocolate brownie throwdown.
  • Belgium Waffles
    Belgium Waffles
    Episode 7
    1/20/10
    9.0
    Belgium native Thomas DeGeest is known as "the waffles guy" to most New Yorkers, and he operates his business from his canary yellow Wafels and Dinges truck, which he's been driving around New York City streets for the past two years. He parks the truck by Columbia University's campus on Mondays to feed hungry college students. However, Chef Bobby Flay shows up on this Monday and challenges him to a throwdown.moreless
  • Manhattan Fish Chowder
    1/13/10
    8.5
    Chef Flay's guest is John Addis, owner and chef of Fish Tales. He believes his Manhattan Fish Chowder has earned him a spot on a Food Network special called "Hooked on Chowder." However, Bobby Flay shows up to challenge him to a throwdown.
  • 12/2/09
    8.5
    Feast of Seven Fishes is an Italian holiday tradition where families gather and share a multi-course meal of fish. Chef Flay challenges the Pellegrino family of Rao's Restaurant in New York City with three fish dishes.
  • Pumpkin Pie
    Pumpkin Pie
    Episode 4
    11/11/09
    8.8
    Chef Bobby Flay challenges Michele Albano of Michele's Pies in Norwalk, Connecticut, to a pumpkin pie throwdown.
  • Lobster Club Sandwich
    9/30/09
    8.0
    Renowned for her "King of Clubs" lobster club sandwich, Lynn Archer, the owner of The Brass Compass Cafe in Rockland, Maine, is challenged to a throwdown by Chef Bobby Flay.
  • BBQ Chicken
    BBQ Chicken
    Episode 2
    9/23/09
    8.5
    Chef Flay challenges Brad Turner (nicknamed "the Grill Sergeant") the executive chef at the Army Executive Dining Facility at The Pentagon in a BBQ chicken throwdown at Fort Lee, Virginia.
  • Steak Fajitas
    Steak Fajitas
    Episode 1
    9/9/09
    6.5
    The founder of Grace Before Meals, Father Leo Patalinghugan, receives a steak fajita challenge from Chef Bobby Flay.
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