Marcel creeps into Jane Lynch's fantasy world.
He's got a lot on his plate. In case he hasn't told you yet.
Be an assistant to a 'Top Chef' for the night.
We bet there's going to be a barbecue challenge!
We've got some ideas to get your started.
Food shows (and a fast-food ad) have a pretty good showing this year.
Dale Talde will be the chef at the yet-to-be-named restaurant.
To the show’s credit, the winning chef was something of a surprise, but nothing controversial happened, nothing that will be discussed at the water cooler today.
It doesn’t feel like the kind of episode that’s leading into a season finale so much as something that could have run in the third or fourth week.
He says no, even if two of his fellow cheftestants have recently gotten burned.
Padma eating out of a petri dish is something that could only occur on a show of this caliber.
“This is poignant and makes me want to throw up in my mouth.”
"Most of the chefs are lazy and decide they’re not going to cook anything."
The villain of 'Top Chef' season six nets a cookbook deal.
Plus: a tip on where to find one of the best doughnuts in southern California.
Says Marcel, "I could definitely handle the freestyle hip-hop scenes."
"I'm pretty sure I just watched one of the Two Hot Tamales almost call me an asshole on TV."
"Traci's thinking it all sounds a little too easy, at which point Curtis assures everyone that, yes, it sounds a little too easy."
He also says TV, restaurants, and a book are "every chef's big trifecta."
Plus: The salty-scallop man returns.