Things come in threes. Regular Top Chef, Top Chef Junior, and now, Top Chef: Masters, debuting spring 2009. Sounds like a fusion of the Iron and Top Chefs. "Award-winning, widely-renowned" cheftestants compete, not dudes you don't recognize (but eventually learn to love deeply). Do the celeb chefs have time for television, on top of cookbook deals, blogs, and big deal kitchens? Will Bravo change its name to Top Chef-o?
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