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.
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
This week’s Top Chef started with Padma presenting guest judge Jamie Bissonnette as her partner for the quickfire challenge. Since the competition is really heating up now and the chefs are starting to see who is a threat to them and who isn’t this week’s quickfire challenge required every chef to pick another chef to compete against in a cook off. Reynolds Wrap products must be used by the chefs to cook their dishes.
This week the Top Chef contestants tackle their next Boston adventure. If you were an avid TV watcher in the 80s (or you weren’t but you didn’t live under a rock either) you’ll notice that this week’s show sends the chefs to a little place “where everybody knows your name.”
Only three weeks into the 12th season of Top Chef (set in Boston this time) the claws are already coming out. While I was relieved to see that the season premiere spared us of the in house drama between the chefs (that you know the producers do everything they can to beef up) sadly that relief didn’t last long. I don’t know about you, but if I wanted to see a bunch of people living together that don’t know each other and don’t want to live together, I would watch Big Brother (or Real World, back in the day.) I watch Top Chef because I want to see the cooking competition. So can we please stick to that Bravo? Pretty please with crème fraiche on top?