Bow down to the new Top Chef Master.
Someone got kicked off last night, and chances are you're pretty happy about it!
You'll never believe who made it through to next week's finale.
With five cheftestants remaining, the competition heads to the boxing ring.
The chefs cook for Dita von Teese and a legend of Thai cuisine.
This week we're treated to tuna bacon, James doing push-ups, and Art in a Speedo.
The cheftestants take their cooking to new heights.
There's nothing like a bit of Japanese cooking to bring out the worst in almost everyone.
Art and Chris jump right back into the role of bickering couple, turning prep time into a therapy session.
Curtis's hair has lost its former spiky exuberance and looks flatter, more somber and mature, perhaps the first sign we can take this season seriously.
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.
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."
Plus: The salty-scallop man returns.
Does a top-to-bottom revamp make this show any better?
The cheftestants have to get creative when they're asked to create dishes representing Greek gods.