Food Network’s Tournament of Champions season 3 crowned its winner tonight. Did Brooke Williamson make history and win for the second time? Or did Jet Tila, Tobias Dorzon, or Tiffani Faison thwart her path to the belt?
Food Network’s Tournament of Champions is a bracketed, Guy Fieri-hosted reality TV cooking competition between chefs whose dishes are determined by the randomizer and who are judged blind after cooking.
Answers to all of your questions about Food Network’s Tournament of Champions, from casting to judging, the pantry to the randomizer, accusations of rigging to how the show is filmed and scheduled.
Is Tournament of Champions “the greatest culinary competition in the world,” as Guy Fieri says at the start of season three? I’m not sure, but I am sure it’s the greatest competition on Food Network, and is getting even better.
Anonymity reduces unconscious bias—and it also makes for excellent reality show competition judging, as Food Network’s Tournament of Champions has proven.
Great chefs—who you may know best from judging Food Network competitions—have been gathered by Guy Fieri for a swift and fun bracketed tournament.