Update: Chef Molly Brandt Represents on The Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen

 

Well, let’s put it this way: Sunday night’s episode of Cutthroat Kitchen was far more competitive than the Super Bowl.

Unfortunately, Stillwater native, Chef Molly Brandt, got knocked off in the final round after burning her crepe sauce.

“Unfortunately, you just can’t win them all,” Chef Brandt said to Cutthroat Kitchen host Alton Brown after learning her fate. “But I’m a sore loser, so I’ll probably be losing a little sleep tonight.”

Chef Brandt survived sabotage in rounds 1 and 2 while making sushi to Huevos Rancheros.

In the final round the chefs had to make crepes.

Chef Brandt was forced to hand mill her own flower, and while doing so, burnt her crepe sauce.

Chef Brandt finished second; however, she did pull off the sabotage of the night (in my opinion) by forcing Chef Aaron J. Perez to cook a crepe with a ridiculously disfigured pan.

Chef Aaron overcame the sabotage, pulling off a deconstructed “Dalí Crepe” and taking home the title of this week’s Cutthroat Kitchen Champion.

Hear what the Judge Jet Tila had to say after Alton Brown revealed what the chefs had to overcome:

 

 

Here’s what a few viewers had to say about last night’s show on Twitter:

 

 

 

 

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