Wellington chef braves Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen’

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Alton Brown is host of 'Cutthroat Kitchen.' (Contributed) Alton Brown is host of ‘Cutthroat Kitchen.’ (Contributed)

The pressures of cooking for a fun-loving crowd in Wellington are a piece of cake compared to a day at Food Network’sCutthroat Kitchen.”

Ask chef Phillip White of The Grille Fashion Cuisine. He braved the “Cutthroat Kitchen” and lived to not tell about it. (Confidentiality rules and such.)

“The only thing I can say is that it was absolutely fun,” says White, who is featured in the episode that airs Sunday at 10 p.m. “It’s one of those experiences that you never forget.”

According to the “Cutthroat Kitchen” site, the episode is titled “Baby Got Backpack,” and promises all kinds of sabotage:

“One chef has to make grilled cheese and tomato soup while in a giant high chair. Then someone has to cook orange chicken in oranges. Finally, one chef has to make granola using…

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