Top Chef Is Nearly Over, so It's Time to Start Thinking About the Next One
Now that Top Chef: All-Stars is finally drawing to a close, the folks at The Feast are determined to make us think about the next season. They attended contestant casting calls in four cities, including New York, and shone the spotlight on 10
attention-craving lunatics hopefuls whom we may or may not see on our screens next season. Among them are the executive pastry chef at New York's Grand Central and Grand Hyatt (who's also a Breslin vet) and an employee of Perelandra, a natural foods store in Brooklyn Heights. Excessive facial hair, piercings, and neck tattoos abound, but does talent?
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