Kristen Kish made winning the “Top Chef: Seattle” finale look easy. In reality, preparing her five-course meal on the fly as the Bravo cooking competition’s judges and a crowd of diners spectated from the sidelines was a non-stop endeavor requiring several hours of preparation — and some phony silverware.
Kristen Kish is no longer among the leftovers on “Top Chef: Seattle.” The 28-year-old chef de cuisine at Boston restaurant Stir returned in Wednesday’s edition of the Bravo cooking competition after facing off against five previously eliminated contestants — or chef’testants, as they’re known in Bravo parlance — on “Last Chance Kitchen,” the weekly companion web series that offers a booted chef the chance to come back.
Seattle restauranteur Tom Douglas’ Palace Ballroom is throwing a Top Chef: Seattle Premier Party! Celebrating Seattle’s debut on the BravoTV hit, you can watch the premier and enjoy bites and bubbles!
Meet the host of Top Chef: Just Desserts, Gail Simmons at The Palace Ballroom. She’ll talk about her life and her travels, and sign her new book “Talking with My Mouth Full”. Dessert and bubbly, too!