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  • He was the second chef eliminated from the competition after losing a peanut secret-ingredient showdown against Chef Michael Chiarello.Robert Irvine-Wikipedia
  • Prominent American chefs and cooks working in the Italian-American tradition include Giada De Laurentiis, Mario Batali, Michael Chiarello, Frank Pellegrino, Rocco DiSpirito, Tom Colicchio, and Lidia Bastianich.Italian-American cuisine-Wikipedia
  • In 2009, Norén competed on an episode of Bravo’s Top Chef Masters, which aired July 15, with Rick Moonen, Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson, and Michael Chiarello (who was declared the winner).Nils Norén-Wikipedia
  • The series debuted on June 10, 2009, with contestants including Rick Bayless, John Besh, Michael Chiarello, Wylie Dufresne, Jonathan Waxman and Hubert Keller.Top Chef-Wikipedia
  • Along with being a private cook, she spent time working on culinary production teams for several cooking series, including Food Network’s Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello and PBS's Everyday Baking for Everyday Food.Claire Robinson-Wikipedia
  • He placed third (behind winner Rick Bayless and runner-up Michael Chiarello) in Top Chef Masters, Bravo's 2009 cooking reality competition, and designated that any winnings would be donated to Make-A-Wish Foundation.Hubert Keller-Wikipedia
  • Guest chefs have included Dan Barber, Michael Chiarello, Michel Cornu, Cat Cora, Gary Danko, Tiffany Derry, Mark Dommen, Ken Frank, Thomas Keller, Mourad Lahlou, Cindy Pawlcyn, Richard Reddington, and Ming Tsai.Festival Napa Valley-Wikipedia
  • "Napa Style with Michael Chiarello" (2004)David Michael Maurer-Wikipedia
  • In November 1995, Scarpone moved west to the Napa Valley to work at the renowned Tra Vigne restaurant under chef Michael Chiarello and was quickly promoted to sous-chef.Joseph Scarpone-Wikipedia
  • It now includes creative recipes, cooking demonstrations, and interviews with celebrity chefs, such as Michael Chiarello, Ming Tsai, and Stephanie Izard.Average Betty-Wikipedia
  • Produced by Eli Holzman, Rhett Bachner, Michael Chiarello and Bob and Harvey Weinstein, it was hosted by Stacy Keibler.Supermarket Superstar-Wikipedia
  • The platform has offered experiences to its members with celebrities including Dale DeGroff, Joe Montana, Kobe Bryant, Michael Chiarello, Tyler Florence, Richard Branson, Andre Agassi, Madonna, Shakira, Justin Timberlake, Robin Thicke, Greg Norman, John McEnroe, Thomas Keller, and Alice Waters.IfOnly-Wikipedia
  • Some of the featured speakers were Dr. Carole Meredith (UC Davis), Paul Draper (Ridge), Michael Chiarello (chef), Rayna Green (Smithsonian), Mike Grgich (Grgich Hills) Dr. Edi Maletic and Dr. Ivan Pejic (University of Zagreb), Joel Peterson (Ravenswood), Carol Shelton (Carol Shelton Wines), Charles Sullivan (author and historian), Bob Trinchero (Trinchero Family Estates), and Dr. James Wolpert (UC Davis).Zinfandel Advocates and Producers-Wikipedia

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