March Madness Food Fight 2012: The Finals

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The biggest players in the food biz duke it out for glory
March Madness Food Fight: The Finals
Jane Bruce

March Madness Food Fight: The Finals

Taking inspiration from last year's Food Fight, we thought it would be fun to pit a roster of culinary superstars against each other in competition. We didn't seed them, but arranged them into four categories: TV food personalities, restaurateurs, chefs, and food writers.

The results of the firstsecondthirdfourth, and fifth rounds of The Daily Meal’s second annual March Madness Food Fight have been tallied and the latest sets of battles are awaiting your vote.

In the first five rounds, the competitors were chosen based on their personalities, their stature in the food world, and, well, because it just seemed fun to put them up against each other for reasons beyond their culinary prowess. After putting the fate of these culinary challenges in the hands of the public, the results of the Final Four matchups are quite interesting. Danny Meyer edged out Tom Colicchio in the battle of  the restaurant empire builders; and Anthony Bourdain continued his winning streak by beating Marcus Samuelsson inthe fight over who has the higher editorial aspirations.

The Final pairing is detailed below, and now the power is in your hands to vote on which participant will win it all. Click on the bracket to get an enhanced visual of the battle at hand, and then cast your vote using this survey.

Click here to cast your votes in the March Madness Food Fight

Check back here Thursday to see who wins the March Madness Food Fight.

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