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Top Chef: California

Season 13 of American television series

Season of television series

Top Chef: California is the thirteenth season of the American reality television series Top Chef. The season was announced by Bravo on April 14, [1] Similar to Top Chef: Texas, filming took place in several locations across California, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Oakland, and the greater Palm Springs area, concluding with a finale in Las Vegas, Nevada.[1][2]Top Chef: California had a two-night premiere on December 2–3, [3] Host Padma Lakshmi and head judge Tom Colicchio returned, alongside judges Gail Simmons, Emeril Lagasse, and Richard Blais, among others.[3] The companion web series, Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen, also returned, premiering immediately following the second part of the season premiere on December 3, [4][5] In the season finale, Jeremy Ford was declared the Top Chef, defeating Amar Santana.[6] Isaac Toups was voted Fan Favorite.[7]

Contestants[edit]

17 chefs were selected to compete in Top Chef: California, including one returning contestant, Grayson Schmitz, who originally competed in Top Chef: Texas.[8][9][10][11]

Name Hometown Current Residence Age
Karen AkunowiczKearny, New JerseyBoston, Massachusetts37
Angelina Bastidas Miami, FloridaMiami, Florida25
Carl Dooley Boston, MassachusettsBoston, Massachusetts30
Garret Fleming Rockford, IllinoisWashington, D.C.33
Jeremy Ford Jacksonville, FloridaMiami, Florida30
Renee Kelly Shawnee, KansasMerriam, Kansas34
Phillip Frankland Lee Los Angeles, CaliforniaLos Angeles, California28
Marjorie Meek-Bradley Ukiah, CaliforniaWashington, D.C.30
Kwame OnwuachiBronx, New YorkWashington, D.C.25
Amar Santana Queens, New YorkOrange County, California33
Grayson Schmitz New Holstein, WisconsinNew York, New York32
Jason Stratton Seattle, WashingtonSeattle, Washington35
Frances Tariga-Weshnak Manila, PhilippinesNew York, New York33
Isaac Toups Rayne, LouisianaNew Orleans, Louisiana36
Wesley True Mobile, AlabamaAtlanta, Georgia38
Giselle Wellman San Diego, CaliforniaLos Angeles, California31
Chad White Spokane, WashingtonSan Diego, California32

Kwame Onwuachi returned for Top Chef: Colorado, competing in the Last Chance Kitchen.[12] Karen Akunowicz returned for Top Chef: All-Stars L.A.[13]

Contestant progress[edit]

Episode # 123456789101112131415
Quickfire Challenge
Winner(s)
Amar
Frances
Renee
N/A GraysonWesleyJasonChadJeremyKarenN/A IsaacMarjorie1Jeremy1Jeremy4N/A
ContestantElimination Challenge Results
1 Jeremy WIN IN HIGH WIN IN IN IN HIGH LOW LOW LOW WIN IN4WINNER
2 Amar HIGH HIGH IN IN IN HIGH IN HIGH LOW WIN IN OUT3WIN5RUNNER-UP
3 Isaac IN HIGH IN IN IN LOW IN LOW WIN IN IN LOW OUT
Marjorie IN WIN IN IN IN IN WIN LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW OUT
5 Carl HIGH IN IN IN IN IN HIGH IN HIGH HIGH WIN OUT
6 Kwame IN IN WIN IN WIN HIGH LOW IN LOW HIGH OUT
7 Karen IN IN HIGH HIGH LOW WIN IN IN HIGH OUT
8 Phillip IN LOW IN IN LOW IN LOW WIN OUT
9 Chad IN IN IN IN IN IN HIGH OUT
10 Jason IN IN IN IN IN LOW OUT
11 Wesley IN IN LOW IN HIGH OUT
12 Angelina LOW HIGH LOW LOW IN OUT2
13 Giselle IN IN IN IN OUT
14 Grayson LOW LOW IN OUT
15 Frances IN LOW OUT
16 Renee IN OUT
17 Garret OUT

^Note 1&#;: The chef(s) did not receive immunity for winning the Quickfire Challenge.
^Note 2&#;: Angelina lost the Sudden Death Quickfire Challenge and was eliminated.
^Note 3&#;: Amar lost the Sudden Death Quickfire Challenge and was eliminated.
^Note 4&#;: As the winner of the Quickfire Challenge, Jeremy automatically advanced to the finale; therefore, he did not have to compete in the Elimination Challenge.
^Note 5&#;: Amar won Last Chance Kitchen and returned to the competition.

&#; (WINNER) The chef won the season and was crowned "Top Chef".
&#; (RUNNER-UP) The chef was a runner-up for the season.
&#; (WIN) The chef won the Elimination Challenge.
&#; (HIGH) The chef was selected as one of the top entries in the Elimination Challenge, but did not win.
&#; (IN) The chef was not selected as one of the top or bottom entries in the Elimination Challenge and was safe.
&#; (LOW) The chef was selected as one of the bottom entries in the Elimination Challenge, but was not eliminated.
&#; (OUT) The chef lost the Elimination Challenge.

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Top Chef episodes

Last Chance Kitchen[edit]

Main article: Top Chef §&#;Last Chance Kitchen

Episodes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"'Top Chef' Season 13 Is Heading To"The Daily Dish. April 14, Retrieved October 19,
  2. ^Vena, Jocelyn (February 12, ). "Top Chef Will Roll the Dice in Las Vegas for a Two-Part Season Finale". The Daily Dish. Retrieved March 4,
  3. ^ abBryant, Jacob (October 19, ). "'Top Chef' Sets Season 13 Premiere Date, Celebrity Guests". Variety. Retrieved October 19,
  4. ^Vena, Jocelyn (October 19, ). "Top Chef Season 13 Kicks Off in December with Cameos from Chrissy Teigen and MC Hammer". The Daily Dish. Retrieved October 19,
  5. ^"Bravo Media's "Top Chef" Returns to Its Roots in California with a Two-Night Season Premiere Event on Wednesday, December 2 and Thursday, December 3". The Futon Critic. October 19, Retrieved October 19,
  6. ^"Jeremy Ford on Top Chef Win: "You Can Clearly Tell From My Expression It Was a Complete Surprise"". Miami New Times. March 23, Retrieved March 10,
  7. ^"UPDATE: Isaac Toups wins Top Chef fan favorite". KATC. March 18, Retrieved March 10,
  8. ^"Meet Top Chef Season 13's Cheftestants: Part 1". Bravo. November 25, Retrieved November 23,
  9. ^"Meet Top Chef Season 13's Cheftestants: Part 2". Bravo. November 25, Retrieved November 23,
  10. ^"Meet Top Chef Season 13's Cheftestants: Part 3". Bravo. November 25, Retrieved November 23,
  11. ^"Meet Top Chef Season 13's Cheftestants: Part 4". Bravo. November 25, Retrieved November 23,
  12. ^Rosenfeld, Laura (November 29, ). "What?! A Top Chef Alum Could Return to the Competition in Season 15". Bravo. Retrieved November 30,
  13. ^Huff, Lauren (December 12, ). "Unpack your knives: Top Chef announces all-star lineup for season 17". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved December 12,
  14. ^Falcone, Dana Rose (December 2, ). "Top Chef: Gail Simmons & Padma Lakshmi on season 13's biggest twist". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved January 8,
  15. ^Peterson, Karla (January 6, ). "Local chef gets reality TV wedding". San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved January 8,

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top_Chef:_California
  1. Stop the Presses

    A collection of the country’s best Chefs converge in Los Angeles for the toughest season of Top Chef yet, where they will hit the road and compete in six cities across the Golden State. To get their feet wet, the Chefs face off in a fan favorite Quickfire challenge – the Mise En Place race. Then, under the glamour of the Hollywood sign, the Chefs must make dishes that stand out for a group of top food critics and reporters in order to survive the first elimination. Legendary chef Emeril Lagasse rounds out the judging panel alongside Tom Colicchio, Padma Lakshmi and Gail Simmons.

    A collection of the country’s best Chefs converge in Los Angeles for the toughest season of Top Chef yet, where they will hit the road and compete in six cities across the Golden State. To get their feet wet, the Chefs face off in a fan favorite Quickfire challenge – the Mise En Place race. Then, under the glamour of the Hollywood sign, the Chefs must make dishes that stand out for a group of top food critics and reporters in order to survive the first elimination. Legendary chef Emeril Lagasse rounds out the judging panel alongside Tom Colicchio, Padma Lakshmi and Gail Simmons.

  2. Pop Up Pandemonium

    To better introduce the Chefs to the city of Los Angeles, Padma challenges them to create and open four distinct pop-up restaurants reflecting the culture of the respective neighborhoods they land in. Tom, Padma, Gail and guest judge and Pop-Up King Ludo Lefebvre eat their way through Mexican, Persian, Korean and even Vegan cuisine to pick the best dish that celebrates LA’s mosaic of cultures.

    To better introduce the Chefs to the city of Los Angeles, Padma challenges them to create and open four distinct pop-up restaurants reflecting the culture of the respective neighborhoods they land in. Tom, Padma, Gail and guest judge and Pop-Up King Ludo Lefebvre eat their way through Mexican, Persian, Korean and even Vegan cuisine to pick the best dish that celebrates LA’s mosaic of cultures.

  3. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 1 - Winning Out of Losing

    Which one of these cheftestants will shake off the bitter taste defeat?

    Which one of these cheftestants will shake off the bitter taste defeat?

  4. Spines and Vines

    The "Top Chef" California Road Trip embarks to its first destination: Santa Barbara. Stopping at the Harbor, the Chefs pick up fresh sea urchin to use in their first Sudden Death Quickfire Challenge. For the Elimination Challenge, the Chefs go from friends to enemies when "surf and turf" becomes "surf versus turf" as they serve to a daunting table of celebrated chefs and judges.

    The "Top Chef" California Road Trip embarks to its first destination: Santa Barbara. Stopping at the Harbor, the Chefs pick up fresh sea urchin to use in their first Sudden Death Quickfire Challenge. For the Elimination Challenge, the Chefs go from friends to enemies when "surf and turf" becomes "surf versus turf" as they serve to a daunting table of celebrated chefs and judges.

  5. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 2 - Fresh Veggie Challenge

    To stay in the competition, eliminated chefs must make a standout dish using one vegetable in its entirety and prepare it three different ways.

    To stay in the competition, eliminated chefs must make a standout dish using one vegetable in its entirety and prepare it three different ways.

  6. It’s a Dry Heat

    The chefs four-wheel into their second destination of their California Road Trip -- Palm Springs. In the heart of the desert, world-renowned chef Jose Andres tasks the cheftestants to use solar powered stoves for one hot Quickfire. Then, the Chefs must avoid culinary sand traps when they cook on a world-famous golf course. Chefs John Besh and Mary Sue Milliken join Tom Collichio, Padma Lakshmi and Richard Blais on the course.

    The chefs four-wheel into their second destination of their California Road Trip -- Palm Springs. In the heart of the desert, world-renowned chef Jose Andres tasks the cheftestants to use solar powered stoves for one hot Quickfire. Then, the Chefs must avoid culinary sand traps when they cook on a world-famous golf course. Chefs John Besh and Mary Sue Milliken join Tom Collichio, Padma Lakshmi and Richard Blais on the course.

  7. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 3 - Surprise Ingredients!

    Eliminated chefs must make a dish using unique and exotic ingredients, but there's a catchtheir ingredients are a surprise!

    Eliminated chefs must make a dish using unique and exotic ingredients, but there's a catchtheir ingredients are a surprise!

  8. Big Gay Wedding

    Supermodel Chrissy Teigen entices the Chefs to make their best Quickfire "date" dishes. And in a Top Chef first, the Chefs cater a wedding for twenty five gay couples in an Elimination Challenge. Minister Padma Lakshmi officiates, and once the festivities are over, Chef Art Smith and the other judges divorce one Chef from the competition.

    Supermodel Chrissy Teigen entices the Chefs to make their best Quickfire "date" dishes. And in a Top Chef first, the Chefs cater a wedding for twenty five gay couples in an Elimination Challenge. Minister Padma Lakshmi officiates, and once the festivities are over, Chef Art Smith and the other judges divorce one Chef from the competition.

  9. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 4 - Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

    Two eliminated chefs have 20 seconds to look at the available ingredients in the kitchen and come up with two different dish ideas that Tom Colicchio will then narrow down.

    Two eliminated chefs have 20 seconds to look at the available ingredients in the kitchen and come up with two different dish ideas that Tom Colicchio will then narrow down.

  10. Banannaise

    The chefs continue their California road trip and head south to San Diego where they cook-up the best high-end fish taco for renowned Mexican Chef Javier Plascencia. Things get extra spicy when another Sudden Death Quickfire threatens to send one of the chefs packing. Then Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio, Richard Blais and Emeril Lagasse offer a toast with a twist to the remaining chefs with their own hand-crafted microbrews. For the Elimination Challenge at Blais' Juniper and Ivy, the chefs must serve up a mouthwatering dish to complement their ale.

    The chefs continue their California road trip and head south to San Diego where they cook-up the best high-end fish taco for renowned Mexican Chef Javier Plascencia. Things get extra spicy when another Sudden Death Quickfire threatens to send one of the chefs packing. Then Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio, Richard Blais and Emeril Lagasse offer a toast with a twist to the remaining chefs with their own hand-crafted microbrews. For the Elimination Challenge at Blais' Juniper and Ivy, the chefs must serve up a mouthwatering dish to complement their ale.

  11. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 5 - A Delicious Burger

    Three eliminated chefs have just 15 minutes to cook up a scrumptious hamburger. Who will send two chefs packing and move onto the next round?

    Three eliminated chefs have just 15 minutes to cook up a scrumptious hamburger. Who will send two chefs packing and move onto the next round?

  12. Back in the Day

    The Chefs arrive back in Los Angeles to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Top Chef. First they compete in a restrictive Quickfire limiting them to 10 ingredients they all must share. Then, in the Elimination Challenge, the Chefs must transport themselves back in time and create a dish that tells the story of who they were 10 years ago. To continue the walk down memory lane, Top Chef alums Michael Voltaggio, Antonia Lofaso and Mei Lin Hua join Nancy Silverton and the rest of the judges to decide which Chef should be eliminated from the competition.

    The Chefs arrive back in Los Angeles to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Top Chef. First they compete in a restrictive Quickfire limiting them to 10 ingredients they all must share. Then, in the Elimination Challenge, the Chefs must transport themselves back in time and create a dish that tells the story of who they were 10 years ago. To continue the walk down memory lane, Top Chef alums Michael Voltaggio, Antonia Lofaso and Mei Lin Hua join Nancy Silverton and the rest of the judges to decide which Chef should be eliminated from the competition.

  13. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 6 - Boring Ingredients, Awesome Dish

    Two eliminated chefs have 30 minutes to make a delicious dish out of bland and boring ingredients.

    Two eliminated chefs have 30 minutes to make a delicious dish out of bland and boring ingredients.

  14. Where's the Beef?

    Instagram star Chef Jacques La Merde tasks the chefs with the ultimate plating challenge where they must create the most visually appealing food porn using only snack food. In an unprecedented twist, the winner of the Quickfire challenge was determined solely by the number of likes each dish received on Bravo's Instagram account. Then, Chef Neal Fraser tasks the chefs to cook for a black-tie bacchanal event called Beefsteak where the diners forgo silverware and eat with their hands. Colin Hanks, Max Silvestri, and Matt Selman are among the Hollywood elite who roll up their tuxedo sleeves and get down and dirty with the Top Chef judges as they decide who doesn't have the 'chops' to remain in the competition.

    Instagram star Chef Jacques La Merde tasks the chefs with the ultimate plating challenge where they must create the most visually appealing food porn using only snack food. In an unprecedented twist, the winner of the Quickfire challenge was determined solely by the number of likes each dish received on Bravo's Instagram account. Then, Chef Neal Fraser tasks the chefs to cook for a black-tie bacchanal event called Beefsteak where the diners forgo silverware and eat with their hands. Colin Hanks, Max Silvestri, and Matt Selman are among the Hollywood elite who roll up their tuxedo sleeves and get down and dirty with the Top Chef judges as they decide who doesn't have the 'chops' to remain in the competition.

  15. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 7 - Beef!

    Two eliminated chefs have 25 minutes to cook up a mouthwatering beef dish. The twist? They only have five minutes to butcher their meat.

    Two eliminated chefs have 25 minutes to cook up a mouthwatering beef dish. The twist? They only have five minutes to butcher their meat.

  16. Restaurant Wars, Part 1

    The iconic Restaurant Wars is back and bigger than ever. For the first time in Top Chef history, the Chefs are opening their restaurants for both lunch and dinner services. No one is safe as each chef must run front of house or act as the executive chef in one of the services. The pressure is on as two services means twice the drama.

    The iconic Restaurant Wars is back and bigger than ever. For the first time in Top Chef history, the Chefs are opening their restaurants for both lunch and dinner services. No one is safe as each chef must run front of house or act as the executive chef in one of the services. The pressure is on as two services means twice the drama.

  17. Restaurant Wars, Part 2

    After a busy day prepping and conducting a full lunch service, the Chefs must clean up and do it all over again for dinner. Never before have the Chefs taken on such a huge challenge, and the judges are looking at everything from concept and food, to service and consistency, so no one is safe in the most daunting Restaurant War to date.

    After a busy day prepping and conducting a full lunch service, the Chefs must clean up and do it all over again for dinner. Never before have the Chefs taken on such a huge challenge, and the judges are looking at everything from concept and food, to service and consistency, so no one is safe in the most daunting Restaurant War to date.

  18. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 8 - Only One Chef Can Call the Shots

    Two chefs are fighting for a second chance to get back into the competition, but only one chef is calling the shots.

    Two chefs are fighting for a second chance to get back into the competition, but only one chef is calling the shots.

  19. Hammer Time

    After landing in the Bay Area, the Chefs head to Oakland to channel their inner rapper as they prepare a dish for Oakland native MC Hammer. He will decide which funky fresh dishes are too legit to quit. Then, Top Chef Master Jonathan Waxman enlightens the Cheftestants with a history lesson, asking them to step into a culinary time machine and cook from significant and influential international food eras.

    After landing in the Bay Area, the Chefs head to Oakland to channel their inner rapper as they prepare a dish for Oakland native MC Hammer. He will decide which funky fresh dishes are too legit to quit. Then, Top Chef Master Jonathan Waxman enlightens the Cheftestants with a history lesson, asking them to step into a culinary time machine and cook from significant and influential international food eras.

  20. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 9 - Teppanyaki Time!

    Two eliminated chefs have 10 minutes to prep their food and 10 minutes to put on an entertaining show at the Teppanyaki table.

    Two eliminated chefs have 10 minutes to prep their food and 10 minutes to put on an entertaining show at the Teppanyaki table.

  21. Wok This Way

    The remaining chefs travel through San Francisco's legendary Chinatown and end up at World-Famous chef Martin Yan's M.Y. China to cook off using woks for a sizzling quickfire challenge. Then Umami Burger Restaurateur Adam Fleischman tasks the chefs to create their own Fast-Casual Restaurant Concept for hungry diners and investors.

    The remaining chefs travel through San Francisco's legendary Chinatown and end up at World-Famous chef Martin Yan's M.Y. China to cook off using woks for a sizzling quickfire challenge. Then Umami Burger Restaurateur Adam Fleischman tasks the chefs to create their own Fast-Casual Restaurant Concept for hungry diners and investors.

  22. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 10 - Breakfast, Baby!

    Two eliminated chefs have just 15 minutes to wow Tom Colicchio with a standout breakfast dish.

    Two eliminated chefs have just 15 minutes to wow Tom Colicchio with a standout breakfast dish.

  23. Back Where It All Started

    In San Francisco, the five remaining Chefs face the ultimate Sudden Death Quickfire cooking for Top Chef Master Traci Des Jardins. Then, in the elimination challenge, the Chefs cook where Top Chef first began, at Hubert Keller's legendary restaurant Fleur de Lys, and are tasked to prepare a Fleur-inspired dish for the incomparable Keller, the judges and San Francisco culinary elite.

    In San Francisco, the five remaining Chefs face the ultimate Sudden Death Quickfire cooking for Top Chef Master Traci Des Jardins. Then, in the elimination challenge, the Chefs cook where Top Chef first began, at Hubert Keller's legendary restaurant Fleur de Lys, and are tasked to prepare a Fleur-inspired dish for the incomparable Keller, the judges and San Francisco culinary elite.

  24. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 11 - San Francisco Staple

    Three eliminated chefs have 30 minutes to make any dish that features sourdough.

    Three eliminated chefs have 30 minutes to make any dish that features sourdough.

  25. Magic Hour

    The three remaining chefs head to the finals in Las Vegas and are joined by the reigning champion of "Last Chance Kitchen" who returns to the competition to battle it out in a high stakes challenge of cards and cuisine. While the winner of the first challenge gets whisked to the finale, the other three move on to cook for the Master of Illusion, Sin City's headliner David Copperfield. The chefs must pull a winning dish out of their hats in order to secure the last spot in the finale.

    The three remaining chefs head to the finals in Las Vegas and are joined by the reigning champion of "Last Chance Kitchen" who returns to the competition to battle it out in a high stakes challenge of cards and cuisine. While the winner of the first challenge gets whisked to the finale, the other three move on to cook for the Master of Illusion, Sin City's headliner David Copperfield. The chefs must pull a winning dish out of their hats in order to secure the last spot in the finale.

  26. Last Chance Kitchen, Ep. 12 - Fishy Finale

    Two eliminated chefs have just 12 minutes to cook up a delicious fish dish.

    Two eliminated chefs have just 12 minutes to cook up a delicious fish dish.

Sours: https://itunes.apple.com/de/tv-season/top-chef-season/id?l=en
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Description[]

Coverage of Top Chef began in December of , when four RHAP podcasters (Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Josh Wigler, and Mike Bloom) found they were all fans of the show. They discussed their thoughts about the franchise as a whole and covered the currently-airing season up to that point. They then returned to do two other podcasts periodically throughout the season. Weekly coverage began in season 13, and featured some configuration of the main four hosts for every podcast. In season 15, Antonio and Josh no longer served as co-hosts due to time commitments, making guest appearances. In their stead, Haley Strong, who had appeared on several podcasts in the past, became a full-time member of the judges roundtable. The two then returning as recurring hosts for season 16, along with Josh's wife Emily Fox, and the panel increased to six.

List of Podcasts and Guests[]

Top Chef: Boston[]

December 2, - TOP CHEF | The RHAP-Up Judges Table:Josh Wigler, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Antonio Mazzaro

January 10, - Return Of The Reality TV RHAP-Up Judges’ Table!:Josh Wigler, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Antonio Mazzaro

February 12, - TOP CHEF Boston Finale | The Reality TV RHAP-Up Judges’ Table:Josh Wigler, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Antonio Mazzaro

Top Chef: California[]

December 6, - Top Chef Season 13, Episodes 1 & 2 Recap | Rhap-Ups Judges Table:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

December 15, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 3 | Spines and Vines:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

January 1, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 4 | It’s a Dry Heat:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

January 8, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 5 | Big Gay Wedding:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

January 17, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 6 | Banannaise:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

January 24, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 7 | Back in the Day:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

January 30, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 8 | Where’s the Beef?:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

February 14, - Top Chef Season 13 Episodes 9 & 10 | Restaurant Wars (Parts 1 & 2):Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

February 21, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 11 | Hammer Time:Antonio Mazzaro, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

February 28, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 12 | Wok This Way:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

March 5, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 13 | Back Where it Started:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

March 14, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 14 | Magic Hour:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

March 20, - Top Chef Season 13 Episode 15 | Finale:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

Top Chef: Charleston[]

December 5, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 1 | Something Old, Something New:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

December 10, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 2 | Southern Hospitality:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

December 18, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 3 | Choke Holds and Clammy Hands:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Haley Strong

December 23, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 4 | Feast of Seven Trash Fishes:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom

December 30, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 5 | Smoke ‘Em if You Got ‘Em:Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler, Curt Clark

January 7, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 6 | A Southern Legend:Antonio Mazzaro, Josh Wigler, Emily Fox

January 16, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 7 | Booty:Antonio Mazzaro, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

January 21, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 8 | Restaurant Wars:Antonio Mazzaro, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark

January 29, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 9 | For the Kids:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Mike Bloom, Josh Wigler

February 5, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 10 | Shrimp Boats and Hat Ladies:Antonio Mazzaro, Josh Wigler, Mike Bloom

February 12, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 11 | Adios Charleston, Hello James Beard:Antonio Mazzaro, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark

February 18, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 12 | Cooking Away in Margaritaville:Antonio Mazzaro, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark

February 25, - Top Chef Season 14 Episode 13 | Trial By Fire:Antonio Mazzaro, Josh Wigler, Mike Bloom

March 4, - Top Chef Season 14 Finale | Comida Final:Antonio Mazzaro, Josh Wigler, Mike Bloom, Curt Clark

Top Chef: Colorado[]

December 10, - Episode 1 | It’ll Take More than Pot Luck:Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

December 17, -&#;Episode 2 | Smile and Say Mise:&#;Mike Bloom,&#;Curt Clark,&#;Haley Strong

December 24, -&#;Episode 3 | Keep on Truckin’:&#;Mike Bloom,&#;Curt Clark,&#;Haley Strong

January 1, - Episode 4 | Little Tools, Big Challenge:Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

January 6, - Episode 5 | This is Not Glamping:Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

January 15, - Episode 6 | Now That’s a Lot of Schnitzel (with Brooke Williamson):Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Haley Strong, Brooke Williamson

January 21, -&#;Episode 7 | Olympic Dreams:&#;Mike Bloom,&#;Curt Clark,&#;Haley Strong

January 28, -&#;Episode 8 | Restaurant Wars (with Jim Smith): &#;Mike Bloom,&#;Haley Strong, Jim Smith&#;

February 6, - Episode 9 | Bronco Brouhaha (with Antonio Mazzaro): &#;Mike Bloom,&#;Haley Strong, Antonio Mazzaro

February 11, - Episode 10 | Red Rum and Then Some (with Roark Luskin):Mike Bloom,&#;Haley Strong, Roark Luskin

February 18, -&#;Episode 11 | Cooking High (with Jim Smith):&#;Mike Bloom,&#;Haley Strong, Jim Smith&#;

February 24, - Season 15 Episode 12 | Nut Allergy (with AJ Mass):Mike Bloom,&#;Haley Strong, AJ Mass

March 3, - Episode 13 | A Little Place Called Aspen (with Josh Wigler and Emily Fox):Mike Bloom, Haley Strong, Josh Wigler, Emily Fox

March 11, - Episode 14 | Finale (with Brooke Williamson):Mike Bloom, Haley Strong, Brooke Williamson

Top Chef: Kentucky[]

December 9, - Episode 1 | The Fastest Two Minutes in Cooking:Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Haley Strong, Antonio Mazzaro

December 16, - Episode 2 | Bourbon, Barrels & Burgoo:Antonio Mazzaro, Haley Strong, Josh Wigler, Emily Fox

December 22, - Episode 3 | Naughty and Nice (with Brooke Williamson):Mike Bloom, Haley Strong, Emily Fox, Brooke Williamson

December 29, - Episode 4 | Surprise…It’s Restaurant Wars:Mike Bloom, Antonio Mazzaro, Haley Strong, Emily Fox

January 6, - Episode 5 | Restaurant Wars Part 2:Mike Bloom, Antonio Mazzaro, Josh Wigler, Curt Clark

January 13, - Episode 6 | Roaring Munchies (with Jim Smith):Mike Bloom, Antonio Mazzaro, Jim Smith

January 20, - Episode 7:| Carne!:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Haley Strong, Emily Fox

January 27, - Episode 8 | Whatever Floats Your Boat:Mike Bloom, Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

February 4, - Episode 9 | Music City USA:Mike Bloom, Curt Clark, Josh Wigler, Emily Fox

February 11, - Episode 10 | Hoop Dreams:Antonio Mazzaro, Josh Wigler

February 17, - Episode 11 | The Greatest:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

February 23, - Episode 12 | Kentucky Farewell:Mike Bloom, Antonio Mazzaro, Haley Strong

March 3, - Episode 13 | Holy Macau:Mike Bloom, Antonio Mazzaro, Haley Strong

March 9, - Episode 14 | The Tao of Macao:Curt Clark, Haley Strong, Emily Fox, Josh Wigler

March 17, - Episode 15 | Season Finale:Antonio Mazzaro, Curt Clark, Haley Strong

Other Facts[]

References[]

External Links[]

Sours: https://rhap.fandom.com/wiki/Top_Chef

Two is always better than one. That applies to heads solving a problem, glasses of wine in your hand, and, apparently, Top Chef premieres. That's right, we got two episodes for the price of, well, two. Just one was a day early or something. Who could really say?

This season is showcasing the great state of California. We're starting in Los Angeles and traveling all over America's pilates-trained backside until we wind up where it all started a decade ago, San Francisco. Yes, Top Chef has been on the air for ten years, yet oddly we are in the thirteenth season. It's perfect really, because is there anything more quintessentially California than the math for your age not quite adding up right?

The new class of chefs enter the kitchen to see none other than Padma Lakshmi and Tom Colicchio waiting for them. Renee Kelly is first to introduce herself and is a self-proclaimed "sassy chef." Sassy is one of the few adjectives that you actually get to call yourself and it's accurate, unlike its homophonic cousin, classy.

Grayson Schmitz is back after competing in and being eliminated from season nine. She has the attitude of the kid who was held back in school. Kind of like, "Yeah, I totally know all about this because I've done it before," and you want to be like, "If you're so great then why are you doing it again?"

Padma wastes no time and introduces the first Quickfire Challenge of the season. It's a Top Chef favorite, the mise-en-place challenge, where the chefs must each choose an ingredient that they have to prep in a large quantity and a short amount of time. First to call for a check is Renee. Tom looks over her station and approves it, so I guess they should change the saying to "fast and sassy wins the race." Other chefs clock in behind her rounding out the top nine who will move on to compete for immunity from elimination.

For the next leg of the Quickfire, Padma splits them up into teams of three. Those teams must work together to each create one dish that highlights the Californian ingredients they just prepped. There's a twist — because there always is — and the chefs will cook one at a time for their teams, and during that time the other chefs will be blindfolded.

Because the other chefs can't see or hear what is going on, the one cooking needs to be very clear and explicit about what they want to happen next. This becomes a huge problem for the red team. Jason Stratton tosses some chicken wings on the grill as back-up just in case down the line the other elements of the dish fall apart. When Jeremy Ford tags in, he doesn't pay attention to the wings and pops the chicken breasts in the oven. While the oven is a great place for chicken normally, it's not when the person who has to pick up where you left off is blind and deaf to what you just did and doesn't even know to check there. When Wesley True (whose name sounds like he's a southern lawyer from a John Grisham novel) comes in to finish things up for the red team, he completely misses the chicken in the oven and goes straight to the half burned half raw wings that have been sitting on the grill since Jason was cooking.

The winner of the challenge and immunity from elimination is the blue team of Renee, Frances Tariga-Weshnak, and Amar Santana, for their sweet and sour chicken with citrus marinade slaw.

Padma explains that for this first part of the elimination challenge, the chefs must cook for VIPs at a Dine Hollywood showcase. The only condition for the challenge is that they cook something that makes them stand out and that represents their cooking style. Food critics and reviewers from across the city will be in attendance and rating the chefs. Their scores will determine the top and bottom of the bunch, and from there, the judges will decide who wins and who has to pack their knives and go. Joining Tom and Padma are future-Alison-Leiby-best-friends-even-though-they-don't-know-it-yet Gail Simmons and Emeril Lagasse.

With $ each, the chefs hit Whole Foods. I know I make this joke every season, if not every episode, but what on earth can you possibly get at Whole Foods for that amount of money? Three apples and a box of cereal? One and a half kombuchas? A Burt's Bees lip balm and a used napkin?

"I love food bloggers and critics," Phillip Frankland Lee lies. He's from Los Angeles, which I probably didn't have to tell you, the man bun really took care of that for me. He doesn't have a dish in mind yet, his strategy is just "to make really yummy food." What a bold move! Going on a cooking competition show and making food that tastes good? What's next, you're going to tell me that Usain Bolt is going to try "running fast" at the next olympics?

Photo: Bravo/Top Chef

Amar is making spicy pork meatballs with everything spice and cream cheese, a dish he describes as being "like a pork bagel." If I were a Jew who kept Kosher, I would feel conflicted about this. But since I'm the kind of Jew that like, takes off for the high holidays but just to sleep in and watch a Fargo marathon while eating shrimp cocktail, I'm VERY on board.

Garret Fleming starts to describe his dish but uses the phrases "gustatory aesthetics" and "manifestation of cuisine," so I missed what he is actually making because I had to go lie in my bathtub for an hour to decompress.

At the venue, Phillip plans to smoke his goat milk cheese over dried grass he found. In his restaurant, he apparently does this tableside over hay. Is hay the same as dried grass? Is that what Rapunzel spun into gold? Or was that straw? Is straw hay? Are they all dried grass? Seriously, someone help me here, I'm spiraling.

Gail and Emeril love Isaac Toups's shrimp court-bouillon, which is good for him since he worked under Emeril for a decade. Other highlights for the two are Kwame Onwuachi's spicy romaine mah haw with shrimp, pork, charred pineapple, and peanuts and Karen Akunowicz's salmon and apple tartare with pomegranate.

Padma and Tom seem to encounter a few more missteps than my best friends in training. Angelina Bastidas's goat cheese croquettes with smoked romesco and caramelized parsnip puree fail in both texture and execution as the croquette is soggy and overwhelmed by the sauces. To be fair, she's 24 years old. At 24, I was living off of chips and Diet Coke and still on my parents' cell phone plan. At 31 I do still eat a lot of "chip dinners" and am on the family plan, but now I'm also more cynical. Progress!

Padma and Tom also had trouble with Garret's Vietnamese chicken brodo and its severely burnt garlic. Gail and Emeril each had excellent samples earlier in the day though, so there is an issue with consistency.

Photo: Bravo/Top Chef

Carl Dooley's spicy carrot soup and Jeremy's snapper crudo both rated high with all of the judges as well as the other event attendees.

Finally, Padma and Tom get to super-senior Grayson's station and taste her veal and pork meatball in spicy tomato sauce. It'sa meatball in tomato sauce. It tastes just fine, but fine like you could get it at any New Jersey red sauce joint or on an average meatball sub in the city. There's nothing stand-out about it. What is stand-out is her reaction. She yells, "I made balls!" Padma looks back at her, nods and says, "Okay," and walks away.

At Judges' Table, Padma calls their top three who are Amar, Jeremy, and Carl. They all loved all of these dishes, but ultimately the freshness and flavor of Jeremy's crudo make him the winner. The bottom three are Angelina, Grayson, and Garret. Grayson maintains her super defensive attitude about her snoozefest of a meatball dish, but unfortunately Garret is the one sent home for his technical inconsistency.

The next morning back at the apartment everyone is making breakfast and milling around when Renee finds an envelope in the entryway. It's a note from Padma telling the chefs to meet her up on the roof. Um, is this America's Next Top Model and was that TYRA MAIL? Is Top Chef going to start doing PADMA MAIL, because I don't hate that at all.

Padma introduces guest judge Ludo Lefebvre, chef and pop-up restaurateur extraordinaire. Is his specialty desserts? Because he is some serious eye candy (wow, acting like a guy feels amazing). The chefs are split up into four teams that will each start a pop-up restaurant in a different area of Los Angeles focusing on a different type of the city's varied cuisines. Then the chefs participate in some kind of culinary key party to get access to their respective spaces.

The grey team is Isaac, Marjorie Meek-Bradley, Angelina, and Amar and their cuisine is Persian. Lucky for them, Marjorie has a background in several similar Middle Eastern and Mediterranean styles, so her knowledge combined with their host chef's direction leaves them all feeling confident once they get their menu together, even Isaac, who was hesitant at first.

Phillip is psyched that his team (orange), which includes Grayson, Renee, and Frances, drew Venice. That's his ‘hood, so whatever food they're responsible for should be in his wheelhouse. In this case, that wheelhouse just happens to be vegan food, much to the chagrin of Grayson and the meatball-sized chip on her shoulder coming off of the last challenge. She likes meat, and animal products, and is completely uninspired by all of the lush vegetation around her.

The purple team of Karen, Carl, Jason, and Giselle Wellman finds themselves in Koreatown cooking, well, Korean food. Everyone seems a bit wary of Giselle's stream of consciousness planning and decision to make spicy chicken wings, a dish she's eaten many times but never made.

The blue team arrives at their outdoor pop-up and finds they're cooking Mexican food, a cuisine that usually comes to mind when people talk about eating in southern California. Chad White has an extensive background in Mexican cooking, as does Jeremy, so rather than ask their host chef questions about flavors or ingredients, they're just like, "Nah, we're good, bro," and start planning and shopping.

Padma and the other judges hit the road for their cross-town restaurant crawl. She immediately starts taking selfies from the back seat. Like, cool it, Paddycakes, you're already being filmed right now, do you need to double down on the images of your annoyingly beautiful face?

Their first stop is Taste of Tehran for the grey team's Persian pop-up (so much fun alliteration!). They like Amar's spiced carrot with cauliflower hummus and also are impressed by Isaac's spicy lamb kabob and meatball. Angelina's fennel and coriander crusted chicken could have used a little salt but was otherwise flavorful and juicy and an excellent dish. The real stand-out of the meal is Marjorie's secret weapon, a rosewater orange yogurt mousse with sponge cake. Normally, dessert can be the kiss of death in a challenge like this, but the judges all absolutely love the dish, as well as their overall experience.

Next stop is the Mexican stylings of the blue team. From Chad's carrots with banana yogurt and carne seca to Jeremy's grilled steak with poblano and almond puree to Wesley's chorizo tomato stew, everything is a little off. The execution isn't quite right in several instances and the flavors aren't at all true to Mexican cuisine. Kwame's shrimp a la plancha with masa puree is the saving grace of their makeshift restaurant.

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Padma social media sherpas the judges and more diners to the next stop, which is the orange team's vegan restaurant in Venice. The rich produce of California should have given this team plenty to work with, but unfortunately most of the dishes fell flat. Frances made a tasty chana masala, but she did it with canned chickpeas, which would be like going into Tiffany's amidst the most luxurious jewelry in the world and being like, "Hey, how much for the blue cardboard box you put the rings in?" Renee's stuffed beet with dandelion green sauce disappoints the judges in both flavor and texture, and Grayson's green bean salad is unsurprisingly underwhelming. Phillips cauliflower dish is complicated, but flavorful if not a little fussy given that they are eating at picnic tables outside from disposable dinnerware.

The last stop on the pop-up restaurant express is the purple team's spot in Koreatown. The judges love Karen's grilled short rib and its flavorful rub thanks to her last minute red pepper paste addition. They also enjoy the flavors of Carl's cuttlefish and shrimp salad as well as Jason's cold noodles in radish broth. And, despite having never made them before, Giselle's spicy wings and cucumber salad were delicious, if maybe not % authentic.

At Judges' Table, Padma announces that the grey team and their Persian restaurant won the challenge, with the overall winning dish being Marjorie's dessert. The owner of Taste of Tehran loved it so much that it's going on the menu of the restaurant.

The worst performing team of the day was the orange team and their attempt at vegan food. It was uninspired, disjointed, and disappointing. Grayson reverted back to her insolent teen angst attitude and blamed the judges for not liking the green bean salad she made that frankly, even I could have made, and I own one knife that I use for everything.

Even though she's a nightmare, the judges sent home Renee for her dry and muddy beet dish.

But don't worry, Tom explains both she and Garret have the opportunity to return because Last Chance Kitchen is back. Because what's a cooking competition television show without a companion cooking competition web show? Man, this will be some season.

Sours: https://www.eater.com//12/4//top-chef-seasoncalifornia-premiere-recap

2015 top chef season

Top Chef: Boston

Season 12 of American television series

Season of television series

Top Chef: Boston is the twelfth season of the American reality television series Top Chef. The season was formally announced on August 20, , and premiered on October 15, [1][2] Filming for Season 12 took place from May through June in locations around Boston, Massachusetts, concluding with a finale in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato and the surrounding area.[2]Top Chef: Chicago finalist and Top Chef: All-Stars winner Richard Blais debuted as a recurring judge, joining Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons, Hugh Acheson, and host Padma Lakshmi on the judging panel.[1]Last Chance Kitchen also returned for its fourth season, beginning with a two-part redemption mid-season and continuing until the first part of the finale.[3] In the season finale, Mei Lin was declared the Top Chef, defeating Gregory Gourdet.[4] Unlike previous seasons, no Fan Favorite vote was held.

Production[edit]

According to reports by Deadline Hollywood, members of Boston's local Teamsters Union allegedly harassed and intimidated Lakshmi and other Top Chef staff during the production's June film shoot at the Steel & Rye restaurant in Milton, Massachusetts.[5] The Teamsters Local 25, upset that Bravo hired non-union personnel to drive cast and crew around Milton, protested the filming, threatening staff using racist, sexist, and homophobic language, and slashing the tires of several crew-owned vehicles.[5] While the network insisted the incident was isolated, sources for The Boston Globe reported that the threats did prompt Bravo to change the locations of some tapings.[6] Teamsters Local 25 later released a statement denying the allegations.[7] Four Teamsters were then indicted on charges of conspiracy to extort, attempted extortion, and aiding and abetting.[8] The trial began on August 1, [9] On August 15, , a jury acquitted the four Teamsters of all charges.[10]

Contestants[edit]

16 chefs were selected to compete in Top Chef: Boston.[1]

Name Hometown Current Residence Age
Doug Adams Tyler, TexasPortland, Oregon29
Stacy Cogswell Boston, MassachusettsBoston, Massachusetts33
Joy Crump Coatesville, PennsylvaniaFredericksburg, Virginia46
Ron Eyester Long Island, New YorkAtlanta, Georgia40
Gregory GourdetQueens, New YorkPortland, Oregon39
Aaron Grissom Tacoma, WashingtonNorth Hollywood, California27
Adam Harvey New York, New YorkNew York, New York29
Rebecca LaMalfa Chico, CaliforniaChicago, Illinois32
Mei LinDearborn, MichiganLos Angeles, California28
Melissa KingLos Angeles, CaliforniaSan Francisco, California30
George Pagonis Washington, D.C.Washington, D.C.31
Michael Patlazhan Brooklyn, New YorkBrooklyn, New York31
Keriann Von Raesfeld San Jose, CaliforniaSan Jose, California28
James Rigato Howell, MichiganWhite Lake, Michigan29
Katsuji Tanabe Mexico City, MexicoLos Angeles, California33
Katie Weinner Rosemount, MinnesotaSalt Lake City, Utah35

Katsuji Tanabe returned to compete in Top Chef: Charleston.[11] Tanabe also appeared as a contestant on the first season of Top Chef México, the Mexican version of Top Chef from NBC Universo.[12] Gregory Gourdet and Melissa King returned for Top Chef: All-Stars L.A.[13]

Contestant progress[edit]

Episode # 1234567891011412131415
Quickfire Challenge
Winner(s)
Aaron1
Adam1
Doug1
Keriann1
James1GregoryKatsujiGregoryKatieN/A GregoryGeorgeMelissa1N/A Mei1Doug1Gregory1N/A
ContestantElimination Challenge Results
1 Mei WIN HIGH IN IN IN HIGH HIGH LOW WIN WIN HIGH HIGH IN IN WINNER
2 Gregory HIGH WIN WIN WIN WIN LOW LOW HIGH LOW HIGH IN LOW HIGH WIN RUNNER-UP
3 Doug HIGH IN IN IN WIN HIGH WIN WIN HIGH OUT WIN5OUT
4 Melissa IN LOW HIGH IN LOW LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW WIN WIN OUT
5 George OUT2HIGH3IN LOW IN OUT
6 Katsuji LOW HIGH LOW WIN WIN WIN LOW IN OUT
7 Adam IN WIN IN IN IN IN HIGH OUT
8 Katie LOW HIGH HIGH IN WIN IN LOW OUT3
9 Keriann IN LOW LOW IN WIN IN OUT
10 Stacy IN IN IN LOW LOW OUT
11 Aaron IN LOW IN WIN OUT
12 James IN IN IN OUT
Rebecca IN WIN IN OUT
14 Ron IN LOW OUT
15 Joy IN OUT
16 Michael OUT

^Note 1&#;: The chef(s) did not receive immunity for winning the Quickfire Challenge.
^Note 2&#;: George lost the Sudden Death Quickfire Challenge and was eliminated.
^Note 3&#;: Katie lost the Sudden Death Quickfire Challenge against George. As a result, George was reinstated into the competition.
^Note 4&#;: There were no eliminations in Episode
^Note 5&#;: Doug won Last Chance Kitchen and returned to the competition.

&#; (WINNER) The chef won the season and was crowned "Top Chef".
&#; (RUNNER-UP) The chef was a runner-up for the season.
&#; (WIN) The chef won the Elimination Challenge.
&#; (HIGH) The chef was selected as one of the top entries in the Elimination Challenge, but did not win.
&#; (IN) The chef was not selected as one of the top or bottom entries in the Elimination Challenge and was safe.
&#; (LOW) The chef was selected as one of the bottom entries in the Elimination Challenge, but was not eliminated.
&#; (OUT) The chef lost the Elimination Challenge.

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Top Chef episodes

Last Chance Kitchen[edit]

Main article: Top Chef §&#;Last Chance Kitchen

Episodes[edit]

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top_Chef:_Boston
Top Chef: Is This the Hardest Quickfire Challenge Ever? (Season 14, Episode 11) - Bravo

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