Indian American gourmet expert Aarthi Sampath, who had earlier won the reality show, “Chopped!,” has now risen as the victor of Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay.” Flay is no stranger to culinary competitions. He is known for hosting “Bobby’s Dinner Battle” and contending on “Throwdown! With Bobby Flay.” In “Beat Bobby Flay,” he does both.
Every 30-minute episode of “Beat Bobby Flay,” a cooking rivalry show, starts with two culinary experts contending to make a dish utilizing an ingredient picked by Flay. The champ of that round – as determines by a special guest judge – goes to the second round, in which he or she fights against Flay.
“I feel elated for the chance to speak to Indian culture in the western market. Biryani despite the fact that is wistfulness to others, it’s as yet not exceptionally known, rather the unpredictability of making it,” said Sampath. Sampath’s invasion into the culinary world started with an exploration of flavours found in the diverse kitchens of Mumbai, and in the long run led to her present position as Chef De Cuisine at Junoon, a Michelin-featured Indian eatery in New York.