A: To be honest, I can’t say it’s necessarily a generational thing. It’s a producer’s job to create enough intrigue to keep you coming back to see what happens next week. Q: Which of your “Top Chef Masters” competitors would you most want to cook with regularly?
What shocked them was that the public really found it refreshing to see the camaraderie and professionalism.
In entertainment, an awful lot of stuff happens behind closed doors, from canceling TV shows to organizing music festival lineups. Club talks to industry insiders about the actual business of entertainment in hopes of shedding some light on how the pop-culture sausage gets made.You know Michael Chiarello as the charming host of PBS and Fine Living cooking shows. You know him for his gourmet products and coveted culinary accouterments sold at his Napa Style stores. On last night's Top Chef Masters, after an embarrassing taste test challenge (Anita Lo not being able to recognize hoisin sauce or peanut butter was SAD), the master chefs were paired up with a stunning parade of former Top Chef contestants, all of whom acted just a little bratty when the master chefs didn't immediately recognize their brilliance.Richard Blais even explained, while trying to get Anita Lo to put him on her team that he was a “runner up” and that he should have won his season, instead of Stephanie Izard.