The winner of last night's season finale spoke with Grub Street about his victory.
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After he whupped Sherry Yard and Mark Peel in a pastry quickfire, it's hard to count the chef out of any competition, even if he did get a swift boot from Next iron Chef.
Plus Bobby Flay's horse won a high-stakes race at the Breeder's Cup, and USDA simultaneously pushes high fat cheese to consumers while issuing warnings on obesity, all in our morning news roundup.
It's back to Sonoma for Duskie.
A Cambridge chef returns home.
Sonoma County's Duskie Estes appears to be going far on the show.
Alton Brown boots Wilshire's chef for a lack of ingenuity, depriving L.A. of another competitor.
"I have great respect for those who do molecular gastronomy but I don';t think it has legs," says the Wilshire chef.
The chef-owner at Bovolo and Zazu Restaurant and Farm talks to Grub Street about her first taste of reality TV.
The second season's lineup is announced.
Plus, Jehangir Mehta of 'Next Iron Chef' plans a Graffiti spinoff.
The Iron Chef's debut will take place in January
Iron Chef Michael Symon was misidentified on last night's finale.
Jose Garces brings the Food Network glory home to Philly
Does Jose Garces's big bash mean that he's the Next Iron Chef?
A recap of last night's episode.
Chef Eric Greenspan sums up the remaining competition and his experience in The Next Iron Chef.
The Next Iron Chef casts off our local competitor on the first episode.