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Tom Colicchio Throws Some Shade at Guy Fieri & Bobby Flay

The Top Chef judge didn't hold back in sharing his opinions on other celeb chefs. 

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Tom Colicchio has some thoughts on Guy Fieri and Bobby Flay, and he’s not shy about sharing them. During his recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen @ Home, the Top Chef lead judge sounded off on Fieri’s reality cooking show, Guy’s Grocery Games, and the one dish he believes he can make better than Flay.

As captured in the clip below, Andy quizzed Tom about his thoughts on several celebrity chefs and their various projects. When asked about what other reality cooking competition show he couldn’t believe got made, Tom said: “That grocery thing, Guy’s Grocery Games, is just hilarious. I always say to myself, ‘How did that get made?’”    

He went on to comment, “It’s great, it’s fine, but again, I want to hear that pitch. Like ‘We’re going to go to the supermarket, we’re going to run around the store, and we’re going to cook food.’ OK, great.”

And Tom didn’t stop there. He also didn’t hold back when it came to sharing his opinion on Flay. After Andy ask if there’s one dish he feels he can “definitely beat” Flay at, Tom replied: “One? Just one?!”

Watch Tom’s full comments on Flay, Fieri, and other celebrity chefs below:

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