Instead, they tell fan-favorite and Top Chef Season 3’s runner up, Casey Thompson, to pack her knives and go. The "Jennifer Aniston" of the food world was nixed over poor chicken feet that she didn't even have the chance to complete. Do they have any idea how difficult it is to cook decent chicken feet?
Between the sobbing drama king from Top Chef: Just Desserts and Jamie Lauren’s non-performance, I’m starting to believe that the Top Chef producers believe cheap drama will improve ratings over showcasing the skills of the most talented chefs in America . Every season seems to have a decreasing focus on food and the culinary arts. And all I can say is this:
If I want to watch trashy-cheap reality food TV, I’ll change the channel from Bravo to Fox and watch Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen.
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