But who's the father?
The 'Top Chef' alum has introduced a "Michelle's Melt."
For the Elim-lim, Penn and Teller, the duo known for “deconstructing” magic tricks, called upon the cheftestants to deconstruct classic dishes drawn at random.
Reports from last night's awards.
You won't be able to stalk her in the open kitchen anymore.
Last night the chefs said howdy-do to Tim “He’s a Cowboy, on a Steel Spatula He Rides” Love.
"In some cases we don't really know who made what," she says.
Plus, more choice nuggets from the latest issue of 'Food Network Magazine.'
Daniel “One of the Baddest Mother[bleep]ers” Boulud asks the cheftestants to feed him something he has never tasted before, using escargot.
The cheftestants roll the dice with Todd English.
The winner's restaurant is currently booked till September 20.
What’s up with Padma’s sexy-raspy voice, and who’s going to be the biggest douche bag?
The chef used to go by "Ashley" and was often "singing a show tune or quoting Shakespeare," says his old boss.
The 'Top Chef' host doesn't watch food shows, either.
Plus: 'Gourmet' bets on TV, and the Chairman dances, all in our morning news roundup.
How could one of New York's top Asian chefs fail to identify hoisin sauce?
Diet Coke and Macy's join the 'Top Chef' cash machine. As does Natalie Portman.
The chef describes his strengths and weaknesses and whom he got along with.
Plus: Psilakis looks toward Greece, and 'Top Chef' wine, all in our morning news roundup.