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PostSubject: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 6:52 am


18 chefs are back with something to prove.

Link to slide show with bios of the 18

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 6:58 am

Oh and Anthony Bourdain will be a regular judge! He will alternate with Gail Simmons
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 9:42 am

I haven't watched the last couple of seasons so I'm looking forward to this season of all stars.

Carla "Hootie hoo!" FTW!
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 11:42 am

I am so EXCITED!!!

So glad that Carla and Jen are back!!
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 12:02 pm

I don't know who I want to win, so many I like!
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 12:30 pm

Elia (from season two, my favorite season) FTW!!!! I'm excited for this season. I just hope my favorites don't go out early.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 3:46 pm

They have a lot of the favorites.It will be a great season.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 6:15 pm

Lots of my favorites. I'm excited!

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 10:37 pm

WOW! What an episode! I loved every minute of the show!! Gonna be a GREAT Season!!

I didn't agree with who went home.

I liked Anthony Bourdain as a judge - he's going to be tough but good.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 10:38 pm

Nice to see ALL seasons represented in an all stars season. (hint, hint CBS)

Looks like editing hasn't changed. It was obvious that Elia would be the first eliminated by the tone of her confessionals. I would have preferred Stephen to be the boot first.

I'm afraid my fave Carla will get booted early too since she was barely seen in the upcoming season preview.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 1st 2010, 10:50 pm

The only one I don't care for is Marcel, I like everyone else pretty much but Richard is one of my favorites.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 2nd 2010, 5:52 am

I have always loved marcel, do not know why I should not but I do.
I love fabio angelo tiffany and wow her name escape me but the one that lost to micheal...all stars is sooo hard to pick 1 or 2 to root for!!

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 2nd 2010, 8:41 am

Did not recognize Tiffiani.She looks great.I always loved how snappy she
was but,I still wanted Harold to win in the 1st season.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 2nd 2010, 9:40 am

Can't decide on anyone yet. I love them all. The show was awesome!

I do hold a soft spot for Angelo though, his love of food and the way he can make it sound so erotic, is so funny to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 2nd 2010, 1:46 pm

also did anyone else think Fabio seemed off his game last night? He didn't seem happy at all. He is usually so confident and full of life.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 2nd 2010, 1:55 pm

I think Fabio was a little more laid back then normal.I also think with all the talent the all stars bring in,is enough to put you in a tail spin.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 2nd 2010, 2:24 pm

WOW is all I can say. I can't believe my pick, my favorite left already. I loved the two challenges though.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 3rd 2010, 9:15 am

Gail Simmons blog
http://popwatch.ew.com/2010/12/02/gail-simmons-blogs-top-chef-all-stars-episode-1/

Hi, guys! Welcome to my very first Top Chef All-Stars blog!*
All too often, a fan favorite or a person who we know is really excellent doesn’t win. So I think Bravo thought, “Let’s bring back all those people—who we’re constantly being asked about, who are on our radar, who we know our audience loves—to compete against each other.” This season, there’s nothing separating the best from the weakest.

I have nothing to do with the casting process, but when All-Stars was announced, people were writing and tweeting me about Kevin Gillespie and Brian Voltaggio [from season 6], two of the most compelling characters and the most talented chefs we’ve ever had. It would’ve been pretty amazing to see them compete. And I’m sure Sam Talbot would’ve been a great competitor. There are so many people I would’ve loved to have seen who either weren’t available or perhaps weren’t even asked.

As for those who made it, I was curious to see how the familiarity factor played out. I became friendly with many of the contestants after they left the show, and the culinary world is a small place, so once you’re on Top Chef, you become a part of this family. When we first walked on the set in The Russian Tea Room and I saw them all, I had this instinct to run up to them — “Hey! How are you? How’s your wife? How’s your son?” — but of course I had to stop myself. But it’s almost easier to be impartial because there’s no one who can claim any sort of edge when they’re all that good.

The contestants also arrived in a different head space. They certainly weren’t as intimidated as they had been first time around. They were more open to our criticism, talked back a little more, and asked more questions. They all knew what it was like to pack their knives or make it really far in the competition. We all knew what we were in for, and that allowed us to just concentrate on the food—making it, eating it and being challenged by it.

Now getting to the episode at hand!
Most of the contestants did a good job in the Quickfire, but some fell back on clichés. The real challenge, though, didn’t lie in the ingredients; it was about working as a team in a short time. The fact that they had to make a dish to represent their city was just an excuse to get them working together. But I wouldn’t have done a hot dog for Chicago. Of all the places we’ve filmed, Chicago was definitely one of my favorites. Chicago has an amazing underground cocktail scene and a really avant-garde chef movement, and maybe I would’ve done something as an ode to that.

As for the New York team, their biggest flaw was that they didn’t work together — and that’s always going to show on the plate. Plus, there’s so much more about New York than apples—the immigrant experience, New York as the gateway to America. They could’ve gone a little deeper, but ultimately, the themes were secondary to working together.
As judges, we tried to keep our mouths shut and let the contestants talk during the Elimination challenge because we didn’t want to give too much away about what we thought until we could discuss at judges’ table. When the second group came in, it was tense because they had just heard us say things they didn’t like about their dishes. That was clear between Fabio and Anthony Bourdain. But as much as we let them talk and critique, that was just a way to create tension and hear their voices. It didn’t necessarily influence us.
When I eat the dishes, I just need one or two bites. I try each component on the plate individually then a bite of everything together, and I definitely drink a lot of water along the way. We were at The Russian Tea Room for three hours, but you saw five minutes, so it was a trip down memory lane. I had eaten most of the 18 dishes before, and some I had eaten five years before, and I was amazed by how well I remembered them, like Dale T.’s butterscotch scallops and of course Spike’s scallops. You could never forget those. I think [Spike] did such a brilliant job of making it better. I loved that he had a sense of humor with it. I knew exactly what he was doing. And Richard’s pork belly and Casey’s pork belly—both were redeemed for sure. Both had been a problem of execution, not conception like other dishes, and they both knew exactly how to fix them.

Unfortunately, Richard did go over the time. We went back to the tapes many times before we decided that we couldn’t allow him to win, but it certainly wasn’t something he’d be eliminated for. Other contestants saw that he went over and we needed to be fair to all of them. His was just an honest mistake.

I don’t remember how long we were at judges’ table, but on average it takes 5 to 6 hours when it’s not a finale or really heated discussion. Especially with the first episode, we have so much to get through. Last night’s took 6 to 7 hours, and that included everything, like lighting.
We all loved Angelo’s dish when we ate it in Singapore a few months ago, but there were glaring mistakes to it then. It was a conception problem. We knew that he saw there was a connection between the pork, noodles and watermelon, and that there was something interesting going on there. He just didn’t nail it in Singapore, and we had talked to him about it at length at judges’ table in the finale. Angelo had probably worked that dish over in his head 50,000 times since Singapore. When he lost, he was probably devastated that he got sick and couldn’t perform to his potential, and it was a huge blow when he didn’t win season 7. That feeling was still raw for him. He didn’t have the luxury of time to forget about it.

There had been this weak infusion of tea, and Angelo knew to take it out and instead put that watermelon back in in a much stronger way and bump up the flavors of the whole dish. The handmade noodles were absolutely perfect. He constructed the dish in a much easier way to eat, so each bite had all of the flavors instead of taking a bite and getting just one thing. It really felt organic.
The bottom three were all bad. I think that with Fabio and Stephen there were execution problems, but more so conception problems. I don’t think their dishes were ever going to be perfect. They needed to be tweaked, especially Stephen’s, which had 2,000 components. That said, there was so much to his dish that we were all impressed with how much he was able to get done and how many techniques he was able to show, which is why we didn’t eliminate him
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None of us were fans of the paper on Fabio’s plate. I certainly wasn’t as bothered by it as Tony was, but I did understand his issue with it. Because he put it out on a platter with that paper (as opposed to in a bowl), it looked sloppy. You didn’t understand what the paper was adding, and it hindered instead of enhancing. It was always going to be muddy unless he changed the way he cooked certain ingredients. I would’ve kept some of the crab pieces whole. The kind of pasta, which is so integral to that type of dish, was probably not the best choice. It was this fresh pasta that’s so delicate, and it fell apart and added to the mushiness. But he did show us that he had a mastery of the technique he was trying to achieve. For that sake, he did do it correctly. Whether or not we liked it was a whole different story. There are two parts to judging: Do we like how it tastes? And was it done properly? We understood that Fabio had a grasp of what he was doing.
Unfortunately we felt Elia made no attempt to improve on her dish. She really made the dish exactly as she had made it previously — with very slight changes that weren’t enough to make it interesting. There was little personality in the dish and that was the case the first time around. Stephen and Fabio’s dishes showed us a boldness, something of them that we didn’t see in Elia. Because of the inconsistency in the tealeaf and perhaps the way her fish was cut, a lot of her pieces were completely undercooked.

When she made that last-minute plea not to be eliminated, it was heart-wrenching. The contestants certainly had a lot more gumption this time around! But there’s not much you can do once you’re already in front of us, unless you have a really good piece of information we never knew before and can really justify why you did something. Ultimately, the proof is in the pudding.

We know Elia is talented. We know all the contestants are talented. There was no one to eliminate who would’ve made it easy. That’s how it’s going to be all season. They’re all that much further along in their careers. They have a lot more to gain in terms of their reputation and also a lot more to lose.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 3rd 2010, 9:48 am

Fabio seems to have gotten bitter for some reason.

I'm rooting for my faves Stephen and Marcel. I dont know why but I just love them!!
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 3rd 2010, 10:14 am

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Top Chef: All-Stars' Elia: There Was a Lot of Fighting You Didn't See

Talk about evil: On Wednesday's premiere of Top Chef: All-Stars, the cheftestants were asked to redo the dish that got them eliminated the first time around. And in the eyes of the judges, some chefs were unable to learn from their previous mistakes.

But according to Season 2's Elia Aboumrad, the first chef asked to pack her knives this season, it wasn't exactly an even playing field. Find out why the Los Angeles-based chef thinks the challenge was unfair and why she and the judges shared and intense back-and-forth we didn't see. Plus: Did she think Fabio's dish was as bad as Anthony Bourdain made it out to be?

TVGuide.com: What was going through your head when you found out you had to remake the dish that got you eliminated during your season?
Elia Aboumrad: I didn't have a specific feeling. It was very interesting because everyone had a different theme. Everybody used different ingredients and were all in different areas. It was different for everyone, and it wasn't even. The main ingredient on my dish was a ti leaf with red snapper and I was given a palm tree leaf. Of course I fought [about] that with Tom, but they didn't put that on [the episode].

TVGuide.com: You chose to stay very close to your original dish. Why?
Elia: When Tom said the rules and we read them, it specifically said not to stray from your dish — don't change technique, don't add too much, and you're not allowed to take anything off. I remember going back and forth with those rules to be clear, and it was kind of surprising when most of the people changed the technique and ... a lot of the main ingredients where not in the dishes. I went back and forth with that a lot at judges' table, but unfortunately it's not shown.

TVGuide.com: So do you think it was unfair the others weren't penalized for changing techniques?
Elia: I think it was unfair. It got to the point where Gail Simmons turned around and said, "Well maybe you followed the rules too literally." And that really made me so angry. If the rules are not meant to be followed, then there shouldn't be any rules! I fought back for like 40 minutes. I was hoping they'd show some of it. I know I specifically cooked the fish in a Hawaiian style that is medium rare, and I explained that it wasn't supposed to be fully cooked. I definitely didn't agree with it, but I didn't know I was going to be in the bottom. I never imagined I was going to go home.

TVGuide.com: Why didn't you watch the critiques during the service?
Elia: I think that it had motivation that I didn't like. It was all so we'd get on the nerves of our colleagues. I didn't want to participate in something I saw a very wrong motivation behind.

TVGuide.com: Anthony Bourdain made it clear he didn't like Fabio's dish. What did you think of it?
Elia: I did try Fabio's dish, and I didn't think it should have been in the bottom either. It was perfectly seasoned. It wasn't overpowering, and it's sad that a person like Tony Bourdain, who travels the world, has never seen the Italian style of serving pasta on a piece of parchment paper. I've seen it in Italy so many times. It blew me away.

TVGuide.com: What's next for you?
Elia: I'm in Los Angeles now and I'm opening my own restaurant with a colleague of mine. It's going to be a French restaurant ... and it should be open by summer. I'm very excited.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 3rd 2010, 12:11 pm

In case you're not familiar with everyone on the cast.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 4th 2010, 1:07 am

At this point I have stronger opinions of people I don't want to win, over who I want to win!

I am cheering for the program to change my mind about a few of the chefs....I just hope the challenges are fun and fair. This first challenge was lop sided IMO. Some had to cook food they didn't want to the first time, and others were cooking food that was nearly perfect first time...

Top Chef All Stars has a bunch of potential to be awesome! *fingers crossed*

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 8th 2010, 10:24 pm

well i didn't expect that elimination. though that chef would go farther. But i was scratching my head at said chef during judges table
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 8th 2010, 10:36 pm

booo hisssssssssss that is all

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 8th 2010, 10:39 pm

It's probably best not to defend your cooking this season. Second elimination in a row where the loser went down with a fight. Or maybe it's just the editing.

Are we not allowed to announce the eliminated chef? I noticed the same kind of post after last week's show aired on the east coast.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 8th 2010, 10:42 pm

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It's probably best not to defend your cooking this season. Second elimination in a row where the loser went down with a fight. Or maybe it's just the editing.

Are we not allowed to announce the eliminated chef? I noticed the same kind of post after last week's show aired on the east coast.

i just never know if anyone wants a spoiler or not.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 8th 2010, 10:43 pm

Good thing I didn't make any bets on this season. Tonight's elimination suprised me.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 8th 2010, 11:45 pm

I'm so glad she left. clap I was never a fan.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 18th 2010, 3:16 pm

Team Marcel ♥ and Dale T! I only wish Andrew were on instead of Spike or Mike Isabella.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 18th 2010, 8:47 pm

i know i asked this before but does Fabio seem different this season?
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 19th 2010, 6:00 pm

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i know i asked this before but does Fabio seem different this season?
he seems heavier and a bit well defensive, i am not loving him like I did on his season. I love marcel still...angelo....spike...and I actually like Richard but did not like him much his season.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 22nd 2010, 9:53 pm

Yay Carla!
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 10:48 am

From Anthony Bourdain's blog:

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Jamie might actually be the most brilliant of all the contestants. At the end of this episode she will have survived THREE weeks without cooking anything other than a quick tomato soup. Her strategy seems to actually be: "If I can avoid cooking, I'm going to avoid cooking." And it appears to be working.

Now that he's mentioned it, how in the world has Jamie survived two eliminations without serving a dish?

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What made ME feel good this week was the seeing chronically underestimated Carla walk away with the Big Win. Against all odds. Against the advice of those who doubted her choice of dish, who doubted her, she stuck with her plan. Never wavered. While sporting a painful finger wound that would have sent lesser mortals running off to the hospital, she showed us all what a professional is. Nicely done!

This is why I'm such a Carla fangirl. Hootie Hoo!

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 11:14 am

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From Anthony Bourdain's blog:

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Jamie might actually be the most brilliant of all the contestants. At the end of this episode she will have survived THREE weeks without cooking anything other than a quick tomato soup. Her strategy seems to actually be: "If I can avoid cooking, I'm going to avoid cooking." And it appears to be working.

Now that he's mentioned it, how in the world has Jamie survived two eliminations without serving a dish?

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What made ME feel good this week was the seeing chronically underestimated Carla walk away with the Big Win. Against all odds. Against the advice of those who doubted her choice of dish, who doubted her, she stuck with her plan. Never wavered. While sporting a painful finger wound that would have sent lesser mortals running off to the hospital, she showed us all what a professional is. Nicely done!

This is why I'm such a Carla fangirl. Hootie Hoo!


I'm with you, Carla fan here also!
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 12:32 pm

You guys have great taste. Carla is awesome, she has always been my girl. <3 I just love her! She seems like she would be so cool to know irl.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 2:58 pm

thanks MTC for making me go read Anthony Bourdain's blog. My favorite part below!


When Angelo starts talking about putting something "in" your food, it pays to be wary. He's always going on about putting "love" in his food -- and I've never been entirely convinced there's not actual penetration involved.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 5:39 pm

Jami sucks and Carla rocks. That is pretty much it.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 8:22 pm

catty wrote:
Jami sucks and Carla rocks. That is pretty much it.
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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 23rd 2010, 8:38 pm

Love Carla! Jami not so much.

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PostSubject: Re: Top Chef - Season 8 "All Stars"   December 24th 2010, 1:09 am

I can't stand Jamie either! I never thought she was very good and she's just such a bitch, I can't wait until she has to pack her knives and go.

Anybody have any other faves besides the flawless Carla?
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