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A number of D.C. chefs have competed on Bravo's hit show 'Top Chef,'and this season is no different. This chef has worked in a local kitchen since he was little.
Ever wonder what it would be like to watch Bryan Voltaggio parachute from an airplane, land in a field and create a culinary masterpiece? OK, so many Top Chef fans already watched this adrenaline-fueled adventure on the hit show's season premier, but one local company is hoping to bring that experience to hungry Washingtonians, firsthand.
It can be tough for anyone to lose weight -- especially someone who works with food for a living. But a group of big names on the local restaurant scene say they are up for the challenge.
"Top Chef Masters" returns to the airwaves on Wednesday, July 24 for its fifth season, and D.C. has not just one, but two, chefs representing the area.
Bart Vandaele, the D.C. chef behind Belga Café who's in the process of opening B Too, says the restaurant won't open on Dec. 12.
Even a poorly executed milkshake still is probably pretty good. But to elevate the classic cool treat to a higher level of indulgence, tips from a milkshake master can help.
The road to becoming the next Top Chef goes through the nation's capital.
"Top Chef" is holding open casting calls from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Top Chef Mike Isabella's Graffiato restaurant in Chinatown.
Rogue 24 chef R.J. Cooper will be taking some time off from his tasting menu-centric restaurant to undergo open heart surgery. But that doesn't mean the restaurant will languish in his absence.
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