In Napa, Ina & Jeffery Garten enjoys a casual dinner and one with a friend.
Challenger Michael Chiarello seeks redemption in his face off against Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian in this grudge match. Chef Chiarello lost to Iron Chef Zakarian in The Next Iron Chef: All-Stars.
Challenger Michael Chiarello seeks redemption against Geoffrey Zakarian.
Tis the season and Robert Irvine helps the Boys and Girls Club rebuild.
Chefs Wong and Cowan battle in the Road to Redemption, Round 1.
And then there were four - the remaining chef'testants head to Napa Valley to compete in the penultimate challenge that will determine who makes it to the final round and who will take home the title of "Top Chef."
The competition is heating up as this week's challenge is based on the Bocuse d'Or - one of the world's most prestigious cooking competitions founded by famed chef Paul Bocuse. His son, Jerome Bocuse, guest judges along with special guest, renowned American chef Thomas Keller.
The six remaining competitors meet acclaimed Indian chef, Suvir Saran, and begin their next test: Pressure. Two chefs are eliminated.
Six chefs, four airline tickets: a double elimination looms.
The final four chefs face a food group they typically avoid for this week'?s quickfire: junkfood. Michael Chiarello (Bottega Restaurant), Rick Moonen (Rick Moonen'?s RM Seafood at Mandalay Bay), Nils Noren (French Culinary Institute) and Lachlan McKinnon Patterson (Frasca Food & Wine) are then put on the spot as they are pushed to make the perfect 3 course mini meal.
The final four chefs face a food group they typically avoid for this week's quickfire: junkfood. Michael Chiarello, Rick Moonen, Nils Noren and Lachlan McKinnon Patterson are then put on the spot as they are pushed to make the perfect 3 course mini meal.