The Next Iron Chef - Season 4: 2011: Super Chefs - Results - Episode 5: Storytelling

Episode 5: Storytelling

  • Chairman's Challenge: "New York on a Plate"
The chefs create a culinary story based on a postcard drawing of New York City landmarks. Because he won the previous Chairman's Challenge, Chef Chiarello is given the choice of landmarks. The chefs have 20 minutes to shop at the Grand Central Market and 45 minutes to cook for six people (the original four judges, along with Iron Chef Marc Forgione and Chef Charlie Palmer) at the Grand Central Terminal. The two least successful chefs are sent to the Secret Ingredient Showdown.

Landmark Order:

  1. Statue of Liberty : Chef Chiarello
  2. Times Square: Chef Zakarian
  3. Broadway: Chef Samuelsson
  4. Empire State Building: Chef Guarnaschelli
  5. Central Park : Chef Burrell
  6. Brooklyn Bridge : Chef Falkner
  • WINNER: Anne Burrell
  • BOTTOM TWO: Marcus Samuelsson and Elizabeth Falkner
  • Secret Ingredient Showdown: Bagels
  • CONTINUING IN THE COMPETITION: Elizabeth Falkner
  • ELIMINATED: Marcus Samuelsson
  • First Aired: November 27, 2011

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