Graham Elliot Bowles and his wife Allie welcomed son Jedediah Lindsay Bowles on Saturday.
The MasterChef judge explained the origins of the name to People: "Allie's dad's name is Jed and my dad's middle name is Lindsay," he said.read more
The third season of Masterchef isn't finished yet, but Fox is already going back in the kitchen for a fourth serving of the cooking competition series.
The series, featuring executive producer and judge Gordon Ramsay in addition to judges Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot Bowles, sees contestants from across the country compete for...read more
Hello MasterChef fans!
Monday night the remaining eight amateur cooks faced another stressful team challenge -- cooking for 200 hungry kids! Anyone who is a parent knows how frighteningly hard kids are to please. In fact, if you are a mother or father of three, that usually means you'll end up making three different things for dinner! This challenge really boiled down to knowing your customer. The pressure to win them over was intense, but in the end, the red team emerged victorious.
Initially we judges had serious concerns for the red team. Unable to wrap our heads around the idea of a fried chicken nugget burger, we feared they were making a huge mistake. It seemed a bit gimmicky and conjured up thoughts of deep fried Twinkies or Snickers bars -- or worse -- school cafeteria food! But the red team had strength in their ability to be flexible and take our constructive criticism seriously. Recognizing that their initial idea wasn't going to cut it, they had the good sense to make a change for the better and worked together as a unit to get it done. Christine didn't seem to be a terribly assertive or decisive leader, but at least she knew when to heed the advice of teammates, which unfortunately, is more than I can say for the blue team.read more