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Camp Cutthroat

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I love Food Network TV. It is one of the only channels I watch.
Cutthroat Kitchen is a show I like, a lot. Contestants compete in culinary challenges for a shot at a pretty cool prize. 
Now Alton Brown, the host, is bringing Cutthroat Kitchen into the great outdoors with Camp Cutthroat

Twelve elite contestants will battle it out in a 5 episode tournament, beginning August 12th at 9pm est.

I can't wait to see these chefs battle it out in a secret location for the chance to win up to $75,000! Picture how hard canteen cooking is going to be. 
Only the chefs with the best culinary and sabotage skills will get to the end of camp. The final showdown is September 9th. Only four will remain.

“Alton hits new levels of mischief and devilish humor in Camp Cutthroat,” said Bob Tuschman, General Manager and Senior Vice President, Food Network. “We knew taking Cutthroat out of the studio and off to camp would create a one-of-a-kind event that's perfect for summer and we are excited for viewers to join in the mayhem.”


EPISODES
  • Camp Cutthroat: Porks and Rec
  • Camp Cutthroat: Wet, Hot American Sabotage
  • Camp Cutthroat: Rock Wall Me, Amadeus
  • Camp Cutthroat: If It Bleeds, We Can Skillet
  • Camp Cutthroat Finale: The Great Troutdoors

Experience more from the diabolical sabotage series at FoodNetwork.com/CampCutthroat, and watch the exclusive videos of Alton's After-Show, behind the scenes footage, photos, interviews, even how-to's for the culinary inspired cuisine featured. My favorite exclusive is the Cutthroat cocktails recipes. Yum! 


Join in the conversation on social media with hashtag #CampCutthroat


Camp Cutthroat is produced by Embassy Row.


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Comments

  1. I'm so addicted to Food Network and DIY that it's embarrassing. I can't wait to see Camp Cutthroat either!!

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  2. haven't heard of this before; looks interesting

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  3. Oh this sounds awesome! We love Cutthroat Kitchen - I'll have to tell my daughter about this so we can be sure to watch.

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  4. That Alton Brown, he really makes this network and food interesting!

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