Tiffany Derry and John Besh, two of the expert hosts of "Hungry Investors," share some of their knowledge with those who might be considering an investment.
John Besh, host of "Hungry Investors," is a successful restauranteur from New Orleans. He knows the restaurant business inside-and-out, and he also knows many owners are resistant to change.
"Hungry Investors" is a dynamic new show on Spike TV in which Jon Taffer, Tiffany Derry, and John Besh give restaurants a chance to be successful with a sizable investment. Restaurants will compete for an investment, and the establishment with the most potential gets the cash. Look for it on May 4th.
The final three chefs mentally prepare to take it all.
After the Quickfire, this chef knew his chances of winning were pretty small.
With avocado, fennel, and kumquat preserves.
The final three must endure the most grueling stew room before one of them is crowned Top Chef.
The final challenge is pretty straight forward: cook the best meal of your life.
Carla's John Besh Obsession
Learn more about the executive chef and co-owner of the Besh Restaurant Group.
Which cheftestant smothers crawfish with the best flavor? John Besh and Padma Lakshmi decide.
Take the leftovers of Hosea's sashimi trio and create this delicious dish with the leftovers.
You see it each year as a prize on Top Chef: a showcase at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. But what exactly does that mean? And what separates the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen from everything else on the food festival circuit? To find out, we tapped the brains of Michael Symon, Jacques Torres, John Besh, Ed Lee, and a slew of other star talent. Is it the fresh mountain air? The sheer quantity of culinary celebrity? Keep watching for the answer - and our Aspen trend report!
Chef John Besh judges Carrie Keagan and Jason Dundas in a Po Boy cook-off.
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