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VIDEO: Top Chef: Mississippi Mud Bugs

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Top Chef: Mississippi Mud Bugs
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Length: 43:02
Posted: 1/3/2014

Chef John Besh returns to judge the chef'testants versions of the New Orleans classic, etouffe. Next, the chef'testants are tasked with honoring the local bounty from the gulf by preparing dishes made with two different types of seafood along the shore of the Mississippi River. watch

VIDEO: Top Chef: Padma's Picks - Grand Dame Rivalry

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Top Chef: Padma's Picks - Grand Dame Rivalry
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Length: 10:27
Posted: 9/25/2013

Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi judges a cooking competition between two chefs from traditional New Orleans restaurants, both vying for the last spot on Top Chef New Orleans. watch

VIDEO: Top Chef: Padma's Picks - Dive Bar Food Fight

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Length: 09:26
Posted: 9/25/2013

Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi judges a cooking competition between two New Orleans chefs, both vying for the last spot on Top Chef New Orleans. watch

Videos

A Consult with Anna and Chris
'Last Chance Kitchen' Winner Revealed!
A Grueling First Quickfire
Producer's Commentary: in Texas

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Top Chef: Reunion
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Top Chef: Season 9 Finale
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Top Chef: Fire and Ice
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Top Chef: Culinary Games

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2006 Top Chef TV Show Series, Reality Cast Member

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Who Won Top Chef?

[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the winner of Top Chef Season 9. Read at your own risk.]

After trekking through Texas and enduring more all-nighters and meat challenges than you can imagine, Paul Qui and Sarah Grueneberg faced off for the last time for the Top Chef Season 9 title.
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Top Chef's Ty-Lör: We Should've Been More Organized

Did Ty-Lör Boring think he was going to get eliminated during Top Chef's Restaurant Wars? No, but he doesn't have any objections to it. "The only thing I really remember is that Restaurant Wars is probably the worst service ever I have had in 20 years of cooking in 16 countries on four continents. It was just a very intense situation," he tells TVGuide.com. "And I remember thinking if I got sent home for that, then it would've been accordingly. And I was. There was no way to recover from it." The Brooklyn-based chef was dinged for underseasoning two dishes, but he doesn't think that was the boys team's most egregious error.
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Top Moments: Revenge's Stalker Problem and Vampire Diaries' Big Kiss

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12. Most Self-Serving Injury: After getting hospitalized for heat stroke and leaving her teammates Ty and Ed in a lurch, Top Chef's Sarah conveniently returns just in time to serve the judges. As soon as Padma & Co. walk away with their plates, Sarah is overcome with dizziness and bails on her team again, setting off red flags for Ed. "I have no guilty feelings," she says of her every-man-for-himself quickie appearance. Well, of course not. After all, you were the one who had no... read more

Top Chef's "Malibu" Chris Explains His "Soothing" Naked Lady Art

Overseasoning a dish is pretty unforgiveable on Top Chef, but "Malibu" Chris Crary didn't think his ultra-salty rub for his team's barbeque meat would doom him. "I knew I made a mistake, but I didn't think it was going to be me at all," he tells TVGuide.com. "I was pretty surprised. It seemed pretty close between the five of us." Alas, the resident eye candy got eliminated — but not before we got an eyeful of his favorite non-cooking pastime: painting naked women. See what "Malibu" Chris has to say about his hobby, Beverly's RV fire and more.
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Top Chef's Whitney: My Thought Process Was Off

Steak-gate hit Top Chef when Lindsay fired Ty-Lor's steaks too early, but it was Whitney Otawka's undercooked potato gratin that sent her packing and bought Ty-Lor another day. Not she has any problem with that. "Ty should not have gone home for the steaks," Whitney tells TVGuide.com. "So many people were working on them and there was bad communication, and it wasn't his fault that they were fired early. I deserved to go." The Georgia-based chef knew the writing was on the wall as soon as Tom Colicchio said his potatoes were raw. So what went wrong? And how was she not aware they were undercooked? Read on.
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