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List of Iron Chef America episodes

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the list of the episodes for the American cooking television series and competition Iron Chef America, produced by Food Network. The series is based on the Japanese series Iron Chef and is a cooking competition in which a challenger chef "battles" one of the resident "Iron Chefs" by cooking five or more dishes in a one-hour time slot based around a secret ingredient or ingredients, and sometimes theme. In most episodes, three judges score the meal in three categories, with 10 points available to each judge for taste, 5 points for creativity, and 5 points for presentation, for a possible total of 60 points. Exceptions are noted for individual episodes.


Battle of the Masters: 2004

Iron Chef America was first aired as a mini-series entitled Iron Chef America: Battle of the Masters. For Battle of the Masters, two of the original Iron Chefs competed along with three Food Network personalities in various match ups with one another.

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Iron Chef Secret ingredient Winner Final score [1]
0 IASP05 A special behind-the-scenes preview episode. No battles took place.
1 IANS01 Bobby Flay Hiroyuki Sakai Trout Bobby Flay 55-51
2 IANS02 Mario Batali Masaharu Morimoto Spiny lobster Mario Batali 57-51
3 IANS03 Wolfgang Puck[11] Masaharu Morimoto Eggs Wolfgang Puck 52-47
4 IANS04 Bobby Flay & Masaharu Morimoto Mario Batali & Hiroyuki Sakai Fruits de mer (scallops, langoustine, and sea urchin) Bobby Flay & Masaharu Morimoto 71-55[12]

^1 This is Wolfgang Puck's only battle as an Iron Chef.
^2 There were four judges for this battle, thus a highest possible score of 80, as compared to normal episodes which have three judges and a highest possible score of 60.

Season 1: 2005

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[2]
7 IA1A01 Masaharu Morimoto Roberto Donna[13] Italian Scallops Masaharu Morimoto 50-33
9 IA1A02 Mario Batali Anita Lo Asian Fusion Mushrooms Anita Lo 54-45
5 IA1A03 Masaharu Morimoto Rob Feenie French-Asian Crab Rob Feenie 45-39
8 IA1A04 Mario Batali Scott Q. Campbell New American Cheese[14] Mario Batali 53-40
6 IA1A05 Bobby Flay Govind Armstrong Seasonal Californian Squash Bobby Flay 48-36
3 IA1A06 Bobby Flay Ming Tsai Chinese Fusion Duck Ming Tsai 48-43
2 IA1A07 Mario Batali Roberto Treviño Latin American Catfish Mario Batali 52-43
10 IA1A08 Cat Cora Alex Lee French Potatoes Cat Cora 47-46
1 IA1A09 Bobby Flay Rick Bayless Traditional Mexican Buffalo Bobby Flay 50-49
4 IA1A10 Mario Batali Michael Laiskonis Dessert Chocolate and coconut Mario Batali 50-45

^3 Roberto Donna completed only two of the required five dishes.
^4 The cheeses in this battle consisted of five traditional Italian cheeses: mascarpone, ricotta, Parmigiano-Reggiano, gorgonzola and mozzarella.

Season 2: 2005

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[3]
1 IA0204 Mario Batali Todd English Mediterranean Pizza dough Mario Batali 47-45
2 IA0213 Cat Cora Kerry Simon Modern American Hamburger Kerry Simon 49.1-49
3 IA0201 Bobby Flay Adam Perry Lang Barbecue Chicken Bobby Flay 49-48
4 IA0203 Masaharu Morimoto Aarón Sanchez Latin American Black bass Draw 45-45
5 IA0202 Mario Batali Traci Des Jardins French-California Shrimp Traci Des Jardins 47-41
6 IA0211 Cat Cora Sam Choy Hawaiian/Chinese Clams Cat Cora 51.5-45.75
7 IA0207 Bobby Flay Michelle Bernstein Nuevo Latin/Fusion Sweet onion Michelle Bernstein 47-41
8 IA0214 Masaharu Morimoto Michael Symon American/Mediterranean Asparagus Masaharu Morimoto 53.5-44
9 IA0208 Mario Batali Tamara Murphy[15] Pan-Mediterranean Crawfish Mario Batali 50-48
10 IA0206 Masaharu Morimoto Tom Douglas Northwest Pan Pacific Wild Chinook salmon Tom Douglas 48-45
11 IA0205 Bobby Flay Mary Sue Milliken & Susan Feniger[16] Southwestern Turkey Draw 42-42
12 IA0212 Mario Batali Wylie Dufresne Molecular gastronomy Tilapia Mario Batali 46-43.5
13 IA0209 Bobby Flay David Burke Contemporary American/French Lamb Bobby Flay 51-48
14 IA0210 Cat Cora Neal Fraser New American Pork Neal Fraser 47-41

^5 Tamara Murphy is the first female challenger to lose to the Iron Chef. The three previous female competitors won their respective battles.
^6 In this match Milliken and Feniger only had one sous-chef to adhere to the three-to-a-kitchen rule.

Season 3: 2006–2007

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[4]
1 IA0301 Mario Batali John Besh French Andouille John Besh 55-49
2 IA0302 Bobby Flay Beau MacMillan Organic Contemporary American American Kobe beef Beau MacMillan 49-46
3 IA0303 Cat Cora Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo Eclectic Eggplant Cat Cora 51-50
4 IA0304 Bobby Flay Ralph Pagano New American Barramundi Bobby Flay 56-42
5 IA0310 Masaharu Morimoto Roberto Donna[17] Italian Squid Roberto Donna 54-48
6 IA0306 Bobby Flay Laurent Tourondel French Goat cheese Laurent Tourondel 52-43
7 IA0305 Mario Batali Ludovic Lefebvre French Bigeye tuna Mario Batali 53-47
8[18] IA0312 Bobby Flay Susur Lee Chinese Fusion Bacon Draw 46-46
9 IA0307 Masaharu Morimoto Christophe Eme[19] French Lobster Masaharu Morimoto 53-40
10 IA0315 Bobby Flay Morou Ouattara[20] African / Middle Eastern / French Fusion Frozen peas Bobby Flay 54-47
11 IA0308 Cat Cora Walter Scheib American Dungeness crab Walter Scheib 55-49
12 IA0309 Bobby Flay Josh Dechellis Asian Chicken eggs Bobby Flay 47-43
13 IA0311 Cat Cora Michael Psilakis Greek Puff pastry Cat Cora 50-48
14 IA0314 Mario Batali Rick Tramonto & Gale Gand French (Tramonto), Pastry (Gand) Fennel Mario Batali 54-46
15 IA0316 Masaharu Morimoto Patricia Yeo[21] Asian Fusion Tofu Masaharu Morimoto 59-55
16 IA0322 Bobby Flay David Bull American Regional Wild boar Bobby Flay 49-43
17 IA0317 Cat Cora Elizabeth Falkner[22] Desserts Honey Cat Cora 39-38
18 IA0313 Cat Cora Joey Campanaro American/Mediterranean Venison Cat Cora 45-42
19[23] IA0319 Giada De Laurentiis & Bobby Flay Rachael Ray & Mario Batali Italian (De Laurentiis), Quick and Easy (Ray) Cranberries Rachael Ray & Mario Batali 53-46
20 IA0318 Mario Batali Richard Blais Modern American Chickpeas Mario Batali 51-48
21 IA0320 Cat Cora Walter Royal[24] Southern Regional Ostrich Walter Royal 51-43
22[25] IA0324 Bobby Flay Johnny Vinczencz Caribbean cuisine Citrus fruit Bobby Flay 50-46
23 IA0321 Mario Batali Ian Chalermkittichai Modern Thai Lentils Mario Batali 53-48
24 IA0323 Masaharu Morimoto Homaro Cantu Molecular gastronomy Beets Homaro Cantu 52-51

^7 Roberto Donna is the first chef to request a re-match.
^8 First aired on Food Network Canada on May 3, 2006.
^9 Eme brought only one sous-chef to the competition; his other sous-chef was needed to operate his restaurant in his absence. Eme is married to actress Jeri Ryan, who later served as a judge on ICA.
^10 Chef Morou won a Washington D.C. preliminary competition in December, 2005 for the chance to compete on the show.
^11 Patricia Yeo is the first former ICA sous chef (under Bobby Flay) to compete against an Iron Chef.
^12 Elizabeth Falkner was a sous chef under Cat Cora for several ICA episodes.
^13 This was a special 90-minute episode that pitted two guest Food Network personalities against each other. Each personality was paired with an Iron Chef.
^14 Walter Royal had a third sous chef for the first five minutes of the competition. This sous chef, who primarily participated by peeling potatoes, was a 12-year-old working in a mentor program with Chef Royal.
^15 This first aired on the Throwdown! with Bobby Flay Marathon on January 1, 2007.

Season 4: 2007

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[5]
1[26] IA0403 Bobby Flay Graham Bowles Progressive Chocolate Bobby Flay 49-47
2 IA0404 Bobby Flay Lynn Crawford[27] Contemporary Canadian Peanuts Bobby Flay 51-48
3 IA0409 Mario Batali & Tony Abou-Ganim Robert Gadsby & Bridget Albert Progressive American (Gadsby), Cocktails (Abou-Ganim & Albert) Mango Mario Batali & Tony Abou-Ganim 80-63[28]
4 IA0410 Bobby Flay Marc Murphy French-Italian Breakfast[29] Bobby Flay 54-45
5 IA0405 Bobby Flay José Andrés Modern Spanish Goat José Andrés 55-48
6 IA0406 Masaharu Morimoto Linton Hopkins Southern Sablefish Masaharu Morimoto 45-40
7 IA0401 Mario Batali Chris Cosentino Italian Garlic Mario Batali 46-44
8 IA0402 Cat Cora David Myers Modern French Oysters Cat Cora 55-54
9 IA0408 Masaharu Morimoto Tim Love Urban Southwestern Chiles Tim Love 48-47
10 IA0407 Bobby Flay Peter Kelly Modern American Cowboy ribeye[30] Peter Kelly 51-48

^16 First aired on Food Network Canada on February 11, 2007.
^17 Lynn Crawford is the first Canadian woman to compete in Kitchen Stadium. She is a Food Network Canada personality as part of the series Restaurant Makeover.
^18 This episode featured a guest mixologist paired with each competing chef. The mixologists were required to prepare a drink to accompany each dish that also highlighted the secret ingredient. The drinks were judged on a 10-point scale (6 for taste, two each for presentation and creativity) which was added to the chef's score for the final score, thus giving a total possible score of 90 points per team.[6]
^19 Consisted of bacon, various breads, chicken eggs, maple syrup, orange juice, and pork sausage.
^20 Chosen to highlight grilling as a cooking method as part of Food Network's "Grillin' & Chillin'" Week.

Season 5: 2007

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[7]
1 IA0502 Bobby Flay Ben Ford Regional American Blue foot chicken Bobby Flay 44-35
2 IA0508 Mario Batali Tony Liu Pan-European Opah Mario Batali 55-47
3 IA0509 Cat Cora Alexandra Guarnaschelli French-American Farmers' Market[31] Cat Cora 45-41
4 IA0501 Mario Batali Andrew Carmellini Urban Italian Parmigiano-Reggiano Mario Batali 56-55
5 IA0504 Cat Cora Mark Tarbell Seasonal Organic Apples Mark Tarbell 50-44
6 IA0506 Bobby Flay Kurt Boucher French-American Arctic char Bobby Flay 46-39
7 IA0510 Mario Batali Charles Clark New American Halibut Mario Batali 51-50
8 IA0507 Cat Cora Mary Dumont French-American Milk and cream Cat Cora 51-46
9[32] IASP07 Michael Symon Ricky Moore Contemporary American[33] Traditional Thanksgiving[34] Michael Symon 51-43
10[35] IASP08 Cat Cora & Paula Deen Tyler Florence & Robert Irvine Southern (Deen), Contemporary American (Florence), International (Irvine) Sugar Cat Cora & Paula Deen 49-47
11 IA0503 Cat Cora Todd Richards Modern Southern Carrots Cat Cora 48-46
12[36] IA0505 Masaharu Morimoto Fortunato Nicotra Seasonal Italian Kampachi Masaharu Morimoto 59-50

^21 Consisted of fresh ingredients purchased from the Green Market at Union Square in New York City, including a variety of winter vegetables, fruit and guinea fowl.
^22 An ICA special based around Symon's debut battle as an Iron Chef.
^23 Other than his preference for farm-fresh ingredients, no formal specialty was announced for Moore. This is the cuisine style attributed to Agraria in Washington, D.C., where Moore is executive chef.[8]
^24 Consisted of traditional American Thanksgiving staples: turkey, sweet potatoes, cranberries, corn, and pumpkin.
^25 An ICA special which featured two teams of Food Network personalities facing off in a holiday dessert battle, with each team having one sous chef instead of the usual two.
^26 First aired on Food Network on January 20, 2008, after the first two episodes of Season 6 were broadcast.

Season 6: 2008

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[9]
1 IA0601 Mario Batali Jamie Oliver[37] Organic Cobia Mario Batali 50-47
2[38] IA0602 Michael Symon Guy Rubino Asian Fusion Rabbit Michael Symon 52-46
3[39] IA0603 Cat Cora Alex Stupak Pastry Chocolate Alex Stupak 49-46
4 IA0605 Bobby Flay Kent & Kevin Rathbun Southwestern Elk Kent & Kevin Rathbun 50-46
5 IA0607 Cat Cora Lee Hillson Mediterranean Ham Cat Cora 51-50
6 IA0608 Bobby Flay Akira Back Asian Spinach Bobby Flay 45-38
7 IA0604 Masaharu Morimoto Tyson Cole Contemporary Japanese Ginger Masaharu Morimoto 49-43
8 IA0610 Cat Cora Ken Oringer Contemporary Euro-Asian Coffee Ken Oringer 56-52
9 IA0612 Bobby Flay Martin Rios Traditional Southwestern Tomato Bobby Flay 52-41
10 IA0609 Bobby Flay Bob Iacovone Continental Creole Langoustine Bobby Flay 51-42
11 IA0611 Mario Batali Paul Bartolotta Mediterranean Rice Mario Batali 57-54
12 IA0606 Bobby Flay Marcus Samuelsson Modern Scandinavian/World Cuisine Corn Bobby Flay 53-42
13 IA0616 Michael Symon April Bloomfield Seasonal British and Italian Olive April Bloomfield 56-53
14 IA0613 Masaharu Morimoto Michael Cimarusti French and Seafood Blackfish Michael Cimarusti 45-41
15 IA0614 Bobby Flay Gabrielle Hamilton Contemporary American Zucchini Gabrielle Hamilton 53-49
16 IA0617 Masaharu Morimoto Tyson Wong Ophaso Chinese Curry Masaharu Morimoto 53-44
17 IA0618 Bobby Flay Jose Garces Modern Spanish and Latin American Melon[40] Jose Garces 50-49
18 IA0615 Bobby Flay Floyd Cardoz New Indian Snails Bobby Flay 51-45

^27 Oliver's sous chefs were Gennaro Contaldo, his mentor at London's Neal Street Restaurant and his "mate" Andrew Parkinson, also a trained chef, both of whom have previously appeared with him on his television programs.
^28 First aired on Food Network on January 1, 2008, following a marathon replay of The Next Iron Chef.
^29 First aired on Food Network Canada on February 10, 2008 as part of a chocolate-themed program marathon.
^30 First aired during "Brain Freeze Week". In keeping with the theme, the Chairman stipulated each dish must include a frozen element.

Season 7: 2008-2009

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score[10]
1 IA0703 Michael Symon David Adjey[41] European Sturgeon Draw 47-47
2 IA0701 Bobby Flay Daniel Angerer European Beer Daniel Angerer 47-45
3 IA0702 Cat Cora Art Smith[42] American organic with Southern influences Cheddar cheese Cat Cora 49-44
4 IA0704 Michael Symon Chris Cosentino[43] "Nose-to-tail" rustic Italian Offal[44] Michael Symon 46-38
5[45] IASP09 Bobby Flay and Michael Symon Cat Cora and Masaharu Morimoto Iron Chef First Thanksgiving[46] Bobby Flay and Michael Symon 55-54
6 IASP10 Michael Symon Cat Cora Iron Chef Chocolate Michael Symon 52-45
7 IA0710 Michael Symon Nate Appleman Regional Italian/Pizza Suckling pig Michael Symon 52-50
8 IA0705 Bobby Flay Sabrina Tinsley Italian Fresh beans Bobby Flay 46-37
9 IA0711 Michael Symon Fabio Trabocchi Italian Basil Michael Symon 46-45
10 IA0714 Bobby Flay Amanda Freitag[47] American Alaskan king crab Bobby Flay 50-49
11 IA0709 Cat Cora Mourad Lahlou Moroccan Redfish Mourad Lahlou 52-45
12 IA0708 Bobby Flay David Kinch Contemporary French Cabbage David Kinch 52-42
13 IA0712 Cat Cora Koren Grieveson Mediterranean Butter Draw 54-54
14 IA0707 Masaharu Morimoto Sam Mason Sweet/savory Skirt steak Masaharu Morimoto 53-46
15 IA0713 Michael Symon Gavin Kaysen[48] French Octopus Gavin Kaysen 55-50
16 IA0706 Bobby Flay Phillipe Excoffier French Dorade Bobby Flay 48-46
17 IA0723 Bobby Flay Sue Torres Mexican Bananas Bobby Flay 52-48
18 IA0717 Michael Symon Akhtar Nawab New American Pineapple Michael Symon 50-41
19 IA0716 Michael Symon Francois Kwaku-Dongo African/French Artichoke Michael Symon 50-45
20 IA0720 Cat Cora Brad Farmerie Freestyle Fusion Maple syrup Brad Farmerie 52-45
21 IA0715 Masaharu Morimoto Jehangir Mehta Indian Coconut Masaharu Morimoto 54-52
22 IASP12H Michael Symon
Emily Tillman and Jacob Micale (apprentices)[11]
Katelyn Remick (lead chef)
Tyler Burke and Julie Fiedler (sous chefs)
World cuisines Balsamic vinegar Michael Symon
Emily Tillman and Jacob Micale
23 IA0722 Bobby Flay Daisley Gordon Contemporary French Berries Bobby Flay 56-50
24 IA0719 Masaharu Morimoto Anthony Amoroso Seafood Branzino Anthony Amoroso 49-47
25 IA0718 Cat Cora David Walzog Steak Cherries Cat Cora 48-45
26 IA0721 Masaharu Morimoto Paul Virant New American Pheasant Masaharu Morimoto 51-50
27 IA0724 Cat Cora Charles Phan Vietnamese Almonds Cat Cora 45-41
28 IASP13H Bobby Flay
& Shintaro Okamoto[49]
Masaharu Morimoto
& Takeo Okamoto
Iron Chef
Ice Sculpture
Eggnog with service on ice sculptures Masaharu Morimoto
& Takeo Okamoto

^31 According to the program notes, Adjey and Symon were roommates at the Culinary Institute of America. Adjey is also a Food Network Canada personality as part of the series Restaurant Makeover.
^32 Art Smith is the first Iron Chef America judge to later appear as a challenger.
^33 Cosentino was a competitor with Symon on the first The Next Iron Chef, and was previously defeated by Mario Batali in Battle Garlic.
^34 A special Halloween episode, featuring organ meats (heart, kidney, sweetbreads, tripe, liver) from a variety of animals along with off-cuts such as pig's trotters and coxcomb. The episode also featured appearances by Igor and The Monster from the Broadway production of "Young Frankenstein."
^35 This is the first episode in which the new Iron Chef jackets are worn.
^36 Secret ingredients included duck, heritage turkey, venison, walnuts, Indian corn, lobster and leeks.
^37 One of Amanda Freitag's sous chefs was Ariane Duarte, a contestant on the fifth season of Top Chef. Duarte is not a chef at Freitag's restaurant.
^38 Kaysen was a former competitor on The Next Iron Chef; this was his first battle in Kitchen Stadium.
^39 Takeo and Shintaro Okamoto previously appeared on Will Work for Food, training Adam Gertler to sculpt ice for an event.

Season 8: 2010

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score
1[50] IA0815H Michael Symon & Michael Psilakis Nicola & Fabrizio Carro Greek (Psilakis), Classic Italian (Carro) Lemons Michael Symon & Michael Psilakis 77-70[51]
2[52] IASP14H Mario Batali & Emeril Lagasse Bobby Flay & Cristeta Comerford New Orleans (Lagasse), American (Comerford) White House garden produce[53] Bobby Flay & Cristeta Comerford 55-50
3 IA0802H Masaharu Morimoto Dena Marino Mediterranean Figs Masaharu Morimoto 49-41
4 IA0827H Jose Garces[54] Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi Modern Korean/French/American Hawaiian Moi Jose Garces 51-50
5 IA0812H Masaharu Morimoto Sameh Wadi Modern Middle Eastern Mackerel Masaharu Morimoto 57-52
6 IA0811H Bobby Flay Michael Smith[55] Regional Canadian Avocado Bobby Flay 54-40
7 IA0829H Michael Symon Duff Goldman[56] Cake Chocolate and chiles Michael Symon 56-48
8 IA0814H Michael Symon Spike Mendelsohn Eclectic Prosciutto Michael Symon 55-45
9 IA0822H Cat Cora[57] Julieta Ballesteros French influenced Mexican Ricotta Cat Cora 55-46
10 IA0804H Masaharu Morimoto Maneet Chauhan Latin/Indian fusion Leeks Masaharu Morimoto 56-40
11 IA0819H Cat Cora Holly Smith[58] Seasonal Grapes Holly Smith 50-49
12 IA0810H Masaharu Morimoto Geoffrey Zakarian[59] American Sardines Masaharu Morimoto 57-43
13 IA0823H Jose Garces Kelly Liken Seasonal American Blue cheese Jose Garces 53-48
14 IA0803H Michael Symon John Fraser[60] Local Seasonal Cauliflower Michael Symon 49-44
15[61] IA0809H Bobby Flay Curtis Stone Natural organic Skipjack tuna Bobby Flay 49-37
16 IA0813H Bobby Flay Pierre Thiam West African Papaya Bobby Flay 59-49
17 IA0818H Michael Symon Ed Brown Modern American Wahoo Michael Symon 46-38
18 IA0816H Michael Symon Makoto Okuwa[62] Japanese Uni Michael Symon 56-43
19 IA0817H Masaharu Morimoto Maria Hines Natural organic Pacific cod Maria Hines 51-46
20 IA0808H Michael Symon Dominique Crenn[63] New American Yogurt Dominique Crenn 53-44
21 IA0807H Masaharu Morimoto Amanda Cohen Vegetarian Broccoli[64] Masaharu Morimoto 54-45
22 IA0820H Cat Cora Christopher Kostow Seasonal Californian Oatmeal Christopher Kostow 55-54
23 IA0826H Jose Garces Naomi Pomeroy French Truffles Jose Garces 40-37
24 IA0824H Cat Cora Seamus Mullen[65] Regional Spanish Barracuda Cat Cora 54-47
25 IA0828H Jose Garces Katsuya Fukushima and Ruben Garcia Contemporary American Mahi-Mahi Katsuya Fukushima and Ruben Garcia 55-50
26 IA0805H Michael Symon Marc Vetri Northern Italian Veal Marc Vetri 51-47
27 IA0825H Cat Cora Paul Miranda American Bourbon Cat Cora 51-47
28 IA0821H Jose Garces Edward Lee New American Tongue and cheek Edward Lee 53-48
29 IA0801H Bobby Flay Eric Greenspan[66] Bold American Goose Eric Greenspan 44-39
30 IA0830H Michael Symon Sean Brock Modern American Pork fat Michael Symon 57-51
31 IA0806H Masaharu Morimoto John Sedlar Modern Southwestern Quail Masaharu Morimoto 56-45

^40 A twin-themed battle, featuring Michael Symon lookalike Psilakis (who previously lost to Cat Cora in Battle Puff Pastry), the twin Carro brothers, and twin judges Tia and Tamera Mowry.
^41 There were four judges for this battle, thus a highest possible score of 80, as compared to normal episodes which have three judges and a highest possible score of 60.
^42 First Lady Michelle Obama appeared as a special guest at the beginning of this two-hour episode, where she welcomed the chefs and announced the secret ingredient. This is also the last battle featuring Batali as part of the regular cast; it was announced in September 2007 that Batali's contract with Food Network was not being renewed.
^43 In Kitchen Stadium, the Chairman supplemented the secret ingredient with a range of locally and sustainably grown meats and seafood, along with goat cheese, eggs, cider vinegar and honey from the White House beehive.
^44 Garces' debut as Iron Chef, having won the second season of The Next Iron Chef competition
^45 Michael Smith is the host of Food Network Canada's "Chef at Home".
^46 Goldman is also the host of Food Network's Ace of Cakes. His experiences on ICA are included in Ace of Cakes episode DB0808L ("Charm City Throwdown"). Goldman's sous chefs were his former mentor, Jean Llapitan, and Shawn Aoki from the Palace Hotel, San Francisco.
^47 Richard Blais, who previously competed against Iron Chef Batali in Battle Chickpeas, joins Cat Cora's team as a sous chef.
^48 Smith competed on the second season of The Next Iron Chef; this is her first battle in Kitchen Stadium
^49 Zakarian appears regularly as a judge on Chopped (TV series).
^50 Fraser requested permission to compete without sous chefs; Symon dismissed his upon learning Fraser was competing alone.
^51 This battle was a special grill battle, where each dish was to include a grilled element.
^52 Makoto Okuwa was a sous chef under Iron Chef Morimoto for several ICA episodes.
^53 Crenn competed on the second season of The Next Iron Chef; this is her first battle in Kitchen Stadium
^54 This episode was Iron Chef America's first vegetarian battle.
^55 Seamus Mullen competed on the second season of The Next Iron Chef; this is his first battle in Kitchen Stadium.
^56 Eric Greenspan competed on the second season of The Next Iron Chef; this is his first battle in Kitchen Stadium.

Season 9: 2010-2011

A modification to the judging was made this season. At the end of each chef's presentation, the Chairman asked each judge to sum up their impressions of the chef's dishes, although not every episode includes this segment.

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score
1 IA0916H Marc Forgione[67] RJ Cooper Mid-Atlantic regional Bell pepper Marc Forgione 54-45
2 IASP15H Jose Garces Mike Lata Classic Sparkling wine Jose Garces 70-67[68]
3 IA0910H Michael Symon & Anne Burrell[69] Cat Cora & Robert Irvine[70] Italian (Burrell), International (Irvine) Deep freeze (multiple courses with a specified ingredient, containing a frozen element) Michael Symon & Anne Burrell 50-46
4 IA0902H Bobby Flay Chuck Hughes[71] Québécoise Canadian lobster Chuck Hughes 45-41
5 IA0914H Marc Forgione Nicholas Cantrel French/Mediterranean Gruyère cheese Nicholas Cantrel 51-46
6 IA0917H Jose Garces Michael Solomonov Israeli Passion fruit Jose Garces 75-59[72]
7 IA0912H Jose Garces Julian Medina[73] Mexican Mexican chocolate Jose Garces 72-71[74]
8 IA0909H Michael Symon Emma Hearst[75] Italian Mozzarella Michael Symon 53-48
9 IA0913H Cat Cora David Schneider Greek Leg of lamb Cat Cora 55-46
10 IA0915H Jose Garces Vitaly Paley Pacific Northwestern Radish Vitaly Paley 51-46
11 IA0903H Masaharu Morimoto David Pasternack Italian-influenced Seafood Wreckfish Masaharu Morimoto 47-40
12 IA0908H Bobby Flay Todd Stein Modern Italian Mussels Bobby Flay 49-48
13 IA0907H Michael Symon Roger Mooking Mediterranean/Canadian fusion Hot dogs Michael Symon 74-61[76]
14 IA0904H Bobby Flay Ashley Christensen Southern Chum salmon Bobby Flay 45-35
15 IA0918H Michael Symon Wayne Johnson Pacific Northwestern Cucumber Michael Symon 45-38
16 IA0905H Masaharu Morimoto Jet Tila Pan-Asian Seaweed Masaharu Morimoto 55-51
17 IA0919H Jose Garces Cesare Casella Italian Hawaiian snapper Jose Garces 60-54[77]
18 IA0911H Cat Cora Robert Carter Southern Okra Cat Cora 51-44
19 IA0901H Bobby Flay Walter Staib Traditional American/Caribbean Short ribs Bobby Flay 69-45[78]
20 IA0906H Bobby Flay Jason Knibb "Earth-to-Table" Jamaican Caviar Bobby Flay 44-38

^57 Marc Forgione's debut as an Iron Chef, having won season three of The Next Iron Chef. Forgione previously served as a sous chef for Laurent Tourondel in Battle Goat Cheese during Season 3.
^58 There were four judges for this episode, thus a maximum possible score of 80.
^59 Anne Burrell previously served as one of Mario Batali's sous chefs and hosted the Food Network series "Secrets of a Restaurant Chef".
^60 Iron Chef Cat Cora along with Paula Deen previously defeated Chef Robert Irvine along with Chef Tyler Florence in Battle Sugar.
^61 Chuck Hughes is the host of the Cooking Channel's "Chuck's Day Off".
^62 There were four judges for this episode, thus a maximum possible score of 80.
^63 Chef Medina's sous chef, J.C. Pavlovich, previously served as a sous chef for Iron Chef Bobby Flay in multiple battles.
^64 There were four judges for this episode, thus a maximum possible score of 80.
^65 At age 24, Hearst is the youngest challenger in series history.
^66 There were four judges for this episode, thus a maximum possible score of 80.
^67 Iron Chef Jose Garces was the first to receive a perfect score.
^68 There were four judges for this episode, thus a maximum possible score of 80.

Season 10: 2011-2012

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score
1 IA1016H Marc Forgione Lee Anne Wong[79] Japanese Halloween candy Lee Anne Wong 52-51
2 IASP16H Bobby Flay and Michael Symon Jose Garces and Marc Forgione Iron Chef Thanksgiving feast Bobby Flay and Michael Symon 59-54
3 IASP17H Masaharu Morimoto Michael Symon Iron Chef Alton Brown's fruitcake[80] Masaharu Morimoto 56-51
4 IA1018H Marc Forgione Nick Curtin Contemporary American Tilapia Marc Forgione 52-49
5 IA1015H Geoffrey Zakarian[81] Victor Casanova Modern Italian Brook trout Geoffrey Zakarian 60-53
6 IA1006H Bobby Flay and Marcela Valladolid[82] Masaharu Morimoto and Andrew Zimmern Mexican (Valladolid), Bizarre foods (Zimmern) Sea Whistle salmon[83] Bobby Flay and Marcela Valladolid 51-50
7 IA1023H Jose Garces and Tony Abou-Ganim Alexandra Raij and Charlotte Voisey Contemporary Spanish Tortillas and tequila Jose Garces and Tony Abou-Ganim 83-66[84]
8 IA1008H Geoffrey Zakarian Jonathan Sawyer[85] Head to tail/top to bottom Mint Geoffrey Zakarian 49-40
9[86] IASP18H Masaharu Morimoto Michael Symon Iron Chef Wild boar Michael Symon 52-48
10 IA1017H Masaharu Morimoto Justin Bogle Contemporary American Paiche Masaharu Morimoto 60-43
11 IA1004H Bobby Flay Chris Hastings Contemporary Southern Sausage Chris Hastings 53-52
12 IA1012H Forgione Brothers (Marc and Bryan) Campanaro Brothers (Joey and Lou)[87] Italian American Parmigiano-Reggiano Forgione Brothers 53-43
13 IA1001H Michael Symon Takashi Yagihashi Japanese/French Eggs Michael Symon 53-51
14 IA1002H Bobby Flay Alain Allegretti French Canned tuna Bobby Flay 51-41
15 IA1003H Jose Garces Madison Cowan[88] International Kale Madison Cowan 53-48
16 IA1024H Geoffrey Zakarian Michael Ferraro Comfort Food Peaches Geoffrey Zakarian 55-42
17 IA1020H Masaharu Morimoto Marc Forgione Iron Chef Mangalitsa pig Masaharu Morimoto 50-48
Episode Show # Iron Chef 1 Iron Chef 2 Iron Chef 3 Secret ingredient Winner Final score
18[89] IASP19H Cat Cora/CS1 Michael Downey, USN Masaharu Morimoto/LCPL Eva Castillo, USMC Michael Symon/SPC Oscar Alvarado, USA Ahi Michael Symon/SPC Oscar Alvarado, USA 53(S)-51(M)-48(C)
Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score
19 IA1010H Jose Garces Franklin Becker Contemporary American Haddock Jose Garces 55-50
20 IA1013H Bobby Flay Joe Isidori Sustainable seafood Strip steak Bobby Flay 55-50
21 IA1007H Michael Symon[90] Jesus Nunez Modern Spanish Octopus Michael Symon 69-68[91]
22 IA1022H Marc Forgione and Charlotte Voisey Shawn McClain and Tony Abou-Ganim Contemporary American Tropical ingredients[92] Shawn McClain and Tony Abou-Ganim 83-78
23 IA1011H Geoffrey Zakarian Jesse Schenker Modern American Plantains Jesse Schenker 53-52
24 IA1005H Michael Symon Stephanie Izard Modern American Bread Michael Symon 56-52
25 IA1009H Marc Forgione Andrew Zimmerman Modern American Cream cheese Andrew Zimmerman 49-47
26 IA1021H Geoffrey Zakarian Shea Gallante Italian Pasta Shea Gallante 53-50
27 IA1019H Geoffrey Zakarian Eduard Frauneder Contemporary Austrian Yak Eduard Frauneder 47-46
28 IA1014H Jose Garces Rebecca Weitzman Mediterranean American Silkie chicken Jose Garces 57-45

^69 Chef Lee Anne Wong appears on Cooking Channel's "Unique Eats".
^70 The fruitcake used in the episode was Alton Brown's "Free Range Fruitcake" from the Good Eats episode "It's a Wonderful Cake".
^71 Zakarian's debut as an Iron Chef, having won season four of The Next Iron Chef. Iron Chef Zakarian received a perfect score.
^72 Chef Marcela Valladolid appear as the host of the Food Network show Mexican Made Easy. Chef Andrew Zimmern appears on Travel Channel's series Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World.
^73 Sea Whistle salmon is sustainably farmed salmon raised off the coasts of Scotland and Ireland in the North Atlantic.
^74 Each judge could award a maximum of 30 points, 20 for food and 10 for the paired cocktails, for a maximum possible score of 90 points.
^75 Chef Jonathan Sawyer was a sous chef under Iron Chef Michael Symon for several ICA episodes.
^76 This battle was a special Tailgate Showdown battle. Each chef prepared five dishes to be prepared and served in the manner of tailgating. The battle was held at the Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kane'ohe Bay, Oahu.
^77 Chef Joey Campanaro previously lost to Iron Chef Cat Cora in Battle Venison; his brother Lou served as one of his sous chefs in the battle.
^78 Chef Madison Cowan previously appeared on Chopped, and is the first Chopped Grand Champion. His sous chefs were fellow Chopped competitor Lance Nitahara and Chopped judge Amanda Freitag, who competed against Iron Chef Jose Garces in The Next Iron Chef.
^79 A special three-way battle in which each Iron Chef was paired with a chef from a branch of the U.S. military. The battle was held at the U. S. Marine Base Hawaii at Kane'ohe Bay, Oahu. Each team made only three dishes instead of the usual five.
^80 Iron Chef Symon also battled in the previous Battle Octopus, which he lost.
^81 There were four judges for this episode, thus a maximum possible score of 80.
^82 Ingredients included whelk, hearts of palm, coconuts and drinking coconuts, pineapple and mango. Each dish was paired with a cocktail. Each judge could award a maximum of 30 points, 20 for food and 10 for the paired cocktails, for a maximum possible score of 90 points.

Season 11: 2012-2013

Starting in Season 11, the first dish is due to the judges 20 minutes after the start of the battle. Additionally, a culinary curveball—an ingredient, piece of equipment, or plating device—is announced by the chairman part way through the battle. Each chef is required to integrate the item into at least one of their remaining dishes, and receives scoring from the judges based on the item's use. Up to 30 points are awarded for taste, 15 for plating, 15 for creativity, 15 for the first dish, and 15 for use of the culinary curveball, for a possible total of 90 points.

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme "Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
1 IASP20H Michael Symon, Marc Forgione and Geoffrey Zakarian Aarón Sanchez, Scott Conant and Marc Murphy[93] Mexican (Sanchez), Italian (Conant), French-American (Murphy) Thanksgiving leftovers Liquid nitrogen Michael Symon, Marc Forgione and Geoffrey Zakarian 113-100
2 IASP21H[94] Food Network: Masaharu Morimoto, Robert Irvine and Ted Allen The Cooking Channel: Michael Symon, Nadia G, Ben Sargent International (Irvine), American (Allen), Contemporary (Nadia G), Seafood (Sargent) Gingerbread Eggnog Food Network 82-78
3 IA1111H[95] Alex Guarnaschelli Judy Joo French Mortadella Ebelskiver pan Alex Guarnaschelli 80-75
4 IA1101H Bobby Flay Viet Pham Modern American Ground meat Shrimp Viet Pham 80-73
5 IA1120H Geoffrey Zakarian Michael Chiarello Regional Italian Scotch whisky Scotch bonnet chile Geoffrey Zakarian 78-70
6 IA1114H[96] Marc Forgione Ian Kittichai Modern Thai Tea Coffee beans Marc Forgione 78-69
7 IA1102H[97] Michael Symon Celina Tio Modern American Plums Melon baller Michael Symon 88-75
8 IA1112H[98] Masaharu Morimoto Homaru Cantu Molecular gastronomy Herring Distilled white vinegar Masaharu Morimoto 89-67
9 IA1103H Bobby Flay Micah Wexler Contemporary Mediterranean Wild striped bass Smoking gun Bobby Flay 79-74
10 IA1105H Bobby Flay Hong Thaimee Thai Tamarind Almonds Bobby Flay 72-65
11 IA1118H Jose Garces Russell Jackson Subculture Cuisine Rhubarb Apple juice Jose Garces 71-62

Iron Chef America Tournament of Champions

In this first ever Iron Chef vs. Iron Chef tournament, the four newest Chefs compete to take on either Iron Chef Symon or Iron Chef Morimoto, with the winners of those battles going head-to-head. Bobby Flay served as head judge in the finale.

Episode Show# Round Iron Chef #1 Iron Chef #2 Secret ingredient(s) or theme "Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
12 IA1106H 1 Geoffrey Zakarian Alex Guarnaschelli Potato chips French press Geoffrey Zakarian 83-76
13 IA1104H 1 Marc Forgione Jose Garces Peanut butter and jelly Straws Jose Garces 79-66
14 IA1108H 2 Geoffrey Zakarian Michael Symon Wings Peanuts Michael Symon 82-76
15 IA1107H 2 Masaharu Morimoto Jose Garces Liver Electric juicer Jose Garces 79-75
16[12] IA1110H 3 Michael Symon Jose Garces Pretzels Blow torch Michael Symon 79-74

Season 11, continued

Episode Show# Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme "Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
17 IA1109H Bobby Flay Michael Voltaggio Modern American Iberico pork Anti-griddle Bobby Flay 83-77
18 IA1113H Alex Guarnaschelli Robert Clark Seafood Mascarpone Skewers Alex Guarnaschelli 82-78
19 IA1115H Geoffrey Zakarian Dale Talde Asian American Sesame Pastry bags Geoffrey Zakarian 71-62
20 IA1119H Jose Garces Jamie Bissonnette Italian-Spanish Pistachios Beer Jose Garces 81-73
21 IA1116H Alex Guarnaschelli Stephen Kalt International Jerky Mason jars Stephen Kalt 81-78
22 IA1117H[99] Larry & Marc Forgione Jonathan Waxman New American Peas Amaretti Larry & Marc Forgione 74-68

^83 Chefs Aaron Sanchez, Scott Conant and Marc Murphy appear regularly as a judges on Chopped (TV series). Chef Aarón Sanchez previously tied Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto in Battle Black Bass (Season 2), and Chef Marc Murphy previously lost to Iron Chef Bobby Flay in Battle Breakfast (Season 4).
^84 This battle features three chefs representing Food Network versus three chefs representing The Cooking Channel. Chef Irvine has appeared twice previously on Iron Chef America, as well as competing in The Next Iron Chef season 4. Ted Allen is the host of Chopped, and a regular judge on Iron Chef America. Nadia G. hosts Bitchin' Kitchen, and Ben Sargent hosts Hook, Line and Dinner on The Cooking Channel.
^85 This battle is Guarnaschelli's debut as an Iron Chef, having won season 5 of The Next Iron Chef. She served as a sous chef for Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian during season 10. Chef Judy Joo appears as an Iron Chef on Iron Chef UK and was a judge on the fourth season of "The Next Iron Chef", in which Iron Chef Guarnaschelli previously competed.
^86 Chef Kittichai previously lost to Iron Chef Batali in Battle Lentils in season 3. Chef Kittichai appears as an Iron Chef on Iron Chef Thailand.
^87 Chef Tio was a participant in season three of "The Next Iron Chef", in which Iron Chef Symon was a Judge.
^88 This is a rematch between Iron Chef Morimoto and Chef Cantu. In Battle Beet, Chef Cantu defeated IC Morimoto by one point.
^89 Iron Chef Forgione served as the sous chef for his father during this match.

Season 12: 2013-2014

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme "Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
1 IA1203H Michael Symon & Geoffrey Zakarian Bernhard Mairinger German and Austrian cuisine Oktoberfest Dried hops Michael Symon & Geoffrey Zakarian 77-75
2 IA1211H Geoffrey Zakarian & Alex Guarnaschelli Spike Mendelsohn[100] & Marcel Vigneron French and Molecular gastronomy Scary Halloween combinations[101] Trick and treat: Spaetzle press (Trick: Challengers), Black truffle (Treat: Iron Chefs) Geoffrey Zakarian & Alex Guarnaschelli 83-78
3 IA1205H Bobby Flay & Michael Symon Geoffrey Zakarian & Alex Guarnaschelli Modern American (Zakarian)
American market garden (Guarneschelli)
Thanksgiving ingredients from the past and present Escargot, grapes and parsley Bobby Flay & Michael Symon 84-82
Episode Show # Iron Chef 1 Iron Chef 2 Iron Chef 3 Secret ingredient "Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
4 IA1210H Michael Symon & Ching-He Huang Masaharu Morimoto & G. Garvin Jose Garces & Bobby Deen Ghosts of Holiday Ingredients Past[102] Holiday gifts[103] Jose Garces with Bobby Deen 76(G)-73(S)-70(M)
Episode Show # Iron Chef 1 Iron Chef 2 Secret ingredient(s) or theme "Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
5 IA1201H Bobby Flay & Jose Garces Masaharu Morimoto & Geoffrey Zakarian Frozen foods, served on plates made of ice None Bobby Flay & Jose Garces 69-62
6 IA1204H Michael Symon & Marc Forgione Masaharu Morimoto & Jose Garces Game day party food[104] Beer helmets Michael Symon & Marc Forgione 84-79
Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger
Secret ingredient(s)
or theme
"Culinary curveball" Winner Final score
7 IA1206H Bobby Flay Angelo Sosa Asian Las Vegas luxury foods [105] Cotton candy machine Bobby Flay 84-67
8 IA1202ZH Bobby Flay, Marc Forgione & Alex Guarnaschelli Adrian Richardson, Darren Robertson & Tobie Puttock Meat, French Japanese, Italian Surf and turf[106] Table top grills Bobby Flay, Marc Forgione and Alex Guarnaschelli 84-83
9 IA1209ZH Alex Guarnaschelli & Johnny Iuzzini Geoffrey Zakarian & Elizabeth Falkner[107] Dessert Dessert luau[108] Ice cream bicycles Alex Guarnaschelli & Johnny Iuzzini 84-79
10 IA1208ZH Bobby Flay & Anthony Anderson Masaharu Morimoto & Simon Majumdar Professional + amateur Bar food[109] zesting machines Masaharu Morimoto & Simon Majumdar 89-82
11 IA1207ZH Alex Guarnaschelli & Jeremy Oertel Mark Forgione & Natasha David Iron Chefs + Bartenders It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad 60s Meal[110] powdered orange drink Mark Forgione & Natasha David 77-76

^90 Chef Spike Mendelsohn previously lost to Iron Chef Michael Symon in Battle Prosciutto in season 8.
^91 The secret ingredient consisted of five "scary" pairs of ingredient: avocado and coffee, chile and vanilla, pickle and peanut butter, mushrooms and apricots, and marrow bones and fruit candy. The chefs were required to prepare one dish using each combination of ingredients. The Culinary Curveball consisted of one trick and one treat hidden from the chefs' view; the challengers, having won the first dish, were given first choice of ingredient and chose the trick.
^92 The secret ingredient consisted of the chairman's favorite ingredients from past holiday competitions: fruitcake, gingerbread,egg nog, and champagne.
^93 The curveball consisted of three different presents. The winning team from the first dish picked first and got apple cider. The other two teams got candy canes and popcorn.
^94 Each of the dishes prepared must be eaten with one hand. The ingredients include artificial cheese, hero rolls, and hot dogs.
^95 The secret ingredient consisted of caviar, wagyu beef, oysters, Maine lobsters, champagne, chocolate and truffles.
^96 The secret ingredient included shrimp, octopus, prosciutto, and beef.
^97 Chef Elizabeth Falkner previously lost to Iron Chef Cat Cora in Battle Honey in season 3.
^98 The secret ingredient included suckling pig, tuna, lichee, coconut, banana, pineapple, papaya, and Kona coffee from which the chefs must create five desserts. The chefs were required to use five of the ingredients from the table and no butter or sugar in the first dish.
^99 The secret ingredient includes gin, vermouth, tequila, pork rinds, cherries, and olives. It also includes anything found at a bar.
^100 The episode theme is a play on the 1960s film "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" and the secret ingredient includes: water chesnuts, Granny Smith apples, iceberg lettuce, kumquats and more. Each dish had to have a take on drinks from the 1960s.

Iron Chef Showdown

Iron Chef returned to Food Network on November 8, 2017 as a ten episode series called Iron Chef Showdown. Iron Chefs Bobby Flay, Jose Garces, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Michael Symon return for this series; they are joined by the newest Iron Chef, Iron Chef Gauntlet winner Stephanie Izard.[13][14][15][16] Iron Chef Showdown featured several rules differences from Iron Chef America and is therefore considered a series of its own rather than the thirteenth season of Iron Chef America. Iron Chef America would return to the air six months later, in May 2018.

Season 13: 2018

Food Network announced that Iron Chef America would return in its original format, with new episodes beginning May 20, 2018. [17][18] Two format changes that were implemented in Iron Chef Showdown remain: the number of judges has been reduced to two, and there is no Culinary Curveball.

As before, each judge can award up to 25 points: 10 for flavor, 5 for plating, 5 for creativity, and 5 for the first dish, for an aggregate total of 50 points. Alongside the judges, the Chairman sits at judge's table during judging. This season Jet Tila serves as the floor reporter, succeeding Kevin Brauch and Jaymee Sire.

Episode Show # Iron Chef Challenger Challenger specialty Secret ingredient(s) or theme Winner Final score
1[19] Alex Guarnaschelli Brittanny Anderson German/American Blue cheese Alex Guarnaschelli 44-40
2[20] Stephanie Izard Victoria Blamey Contemporary American Wagyu beef[111] Stephanie Izard 44-37
3[21] Geoffrey Zakarian Ari Taymor Coastal California Carrots Ari Taymor 42-39
4[22] Marc Forgione Thai Dang Progressive Vietnamese Swordfish Marc Forgione 47-42
5[23] Alex Guarnaschelli Douglass Williams Italian Pea Alex Guarnaschelli 41-32
6[24] Stephanie Izard Erik Battes French Mediterranean Olive Stephanie Izard 42-41
7[25] Geoffrey Zakarian Fernando Darin Modern American Artichoke Geoffrey Zakarian 45-41
8[26] Alex Guarnaschelli Justin Sutherland World Cuisine Lamb Justin Sutherland 40-35
9[27] Geoffrey Zakarian Lee Wolen Contemporary American Clam Geoffrey Zakarian 44-41
10[28] Jose Garces Carolynn Spence Local Seasonal Cuisine Crab Jose Garces 44-34

^101 As an additional requirement, at least one ingredient or element of each dish was required to be grilled.

Win-loss records

The winning percentage for Iron Chefs participating on Iron Chef America is an average. The win/loss data is based solely on the performance of the participant as an Iron Chef in Iron Chef America: The Series and the Battle of the Masters but does not include the results from Iron Chef Showdown.

Iron Chef Seasons Specialty Win Loss Draw Total Win %[112]
Mario Batali (retired) BOM, 1 - 6 Italian 19 5 0 24 79.2%
Cat Cora (retired) 1 - 10 Greek/Mediterranean 21 12 1 34 63.2%
Bobby Flay[113] (Semi retired) BOM, 1 - 12 Southwestern 43 16 2 61 72.1%
Marc Forgione[114] 9 - Modern American 8 7 0 15 53.0%
Jose Garces[115] 8 - Latin Fusion 16 7 0 23 69.6%
Alex Guarnaschelli[116] 11 - Modern American 7 4 0 11 63.6%
Stephanie Izard [117] 13 - Modern American 2 0 0 2 100.0%
Masaharu Morimoto[118] BOM, 1 - Japanese 26 17 1 44 60.2%
Wolfgang Puck (retired) BOM California cuisine 1 0 0 1 100.0%
Michael Symon[119] 5 - Mediterranean 34 7 1 42 82.1%
Geoffrey Zakarian[120] 10 - Modern American 9 5 0 14 64.3%

^101 Based on weighted average (.5 victory for a draw). The win/loss data is based on the performance of the Iron Chef in Iron Chef America: The Series and the Battle of the Masters.
^102 Flay retired as Iron Chef at the end of Iron Chef Showdown.
^103 Forgione's record does not include his victory over Marco Canora in the finale of The Next Iron Chef as Forgione did not hold the title Iron Chef during that battle.
^104 Garces' record does not include his defeat of Flay in Battle Melon, or his victory over Jehangir Mehta in the finale of The Next Iron Chef as Garces did not hold the title Iron Chef during either battle.
^105 Guarnaschelli's record does not include her loss to Cora in Battle Farmer's Market, or her victory over Amanda Freitag in the finale of The Next Iron Chef as Guarnaschelli did not hold the title Iron Chef during either battle.
^106 Morimoto's record includes his battle as a competitor in the Battle of the Masters. It does not include his 16-7-1 record in the original Iron Chef during his tenure as the third Iron Chef Japanese.
^107 Symon's record does not include his loss to Morimoto in Battle Asparagus, or his victory over John Besh in the finale of The Next Iron Chef as Symon did not hold the title Iron Chef during either battle.
^108 Zakarian's record does not include his loss to Morimoto in Battle Sardines, or his victory over Elizabeth Falkner in the finale of The Next Iron Chef as Zakarian did not hold the title Iron Chef during either battle.
^109 Izard's record does not include her victories in Iron Chef Gauntlet as Izard did not hold the title Iron Chef at that time, nor her 2-0 record on Iron Chef Showdown.


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