Michael is determined to impress critic James Oseland.
Rick explains the dish that made him want to be a chef.
Chef Chiarello's gracious exit.
Though this Top Chef is no stranger to cameras, the A-List still proves overwhelming
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Bravo's Top Chef is undeniably the biggest food reality cooking show in America today. So how's it working out for stars of the show who aren't on Life After Top Chef? To find out, we tracked down some of the show's biggest stars at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Chefs from seasons past, including everyone from Harold Dieterle to Ed Lee, weigh in on what's next for them, whether life's really changed since Top Chef, and what advice they have for chefs on the upcoming Top Chef: Seattle.
Calling all foodies...it's time to salivate! "Top Chef Masters," is a spin-off series of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning No. 1 food show on cable, "Top Chef." The judges' table has finally turned - and we'll see what happens when these top chefs are now on the other side. "Top Chef Masters" will pit 24 world-renowned chefs against each other and see how well they fare in the tried and true format of "Top Chef." In each episode, money will be at stake for the chefs, with the winners of eliminations being awarded cash donations for their charities. The winning chef will receive $100,000 for the charity of their choice.
The remaining chefs hire their team for the Elimination Challenge.
Things get heated as the teams fight over limited refrigerator space.
The chefs should have known there would have been one more surprise waiting for them.
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