Top Chef is Bravo’s hot cooking show that Movie TV Tech Geeks News covers weekly. A collection of the country’s best Chefs converge in states for the toughest Top Chef yet, where they will hit the road and compete. To get their feet wet, the Chefs face off in a fan favorite Quickfire challenge. Then, the Chefs must make dishes that stand out for a group of top food critics and reporters in order to survive the first elimination.
On the new episode of "Top Chef California," the guest judge was one that has opened many pop-up food stands, which is the challenge the contestants face this week. Kwane said he was seasoned at running pop-up restaurants.
On the season premiere of "Top Chef California," the new contestants were introduced. Padma explained the chefs would cook in many cities in California. She asked who was an Executive Chef and most of them raised their hand.
On this week’s Top Chef Boston, the final competition is upon us. It’s down to Gregory and Mei in this final showdown of the competition, taking place in Mexico. The show started with Mei and Gregory congratulating each other on making it to the finals.
This week on Top Chef Boston the finals are taking place in Mexico. It is now down to Doug, Mei and Gregory to battle it out for the winning position as Top Chef of the season. Mei stated she was disappointed in herself over her performance
This week on Top Chef the chefs discussed their progress in the game. The six remaining cheftestants are getting more and more competitive every week. Doug commented that Katsuji is his favorite fellow contestant
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