Judge this week's exotic Quickfire dishes and Cold War-inspired Elimination plates.
The chefs battle it out in a culinary version of the Cold War.
A look back at the chefs who couldn’t quite reach the top, and the dishes that undid them.
We've taken the liberty of creating dating profiles for this season's cheftestants (like good yentas would.)
The chefs must cook exotic Ethiopian cuisine for the quickfire, and for the elimination are tasked with creating a dish based on one of the foreign embassies in D.C. Chefs, ambassadors and dignitaries representing each country join in the judging.
Hailing all the way back from season 1, check out what Top Chef's toughest competitors have been up to in the years since their finale appearances!
Rate this week's globally-inspired dishes.
We may never find Carmen Sandiego, but can you guess where our chefs will be cooking for the finale before we announce the location mid-August?
From a toothpick to The Palm, rate this week's dishes from the cheftestants!
For Elimination, the chefs must prepare a power lunch at the city's elite Palm restaurant.
The cheftestants must work as a team to cater a feast using local, organic ingredients.