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American chef, restaurateur, television personality, and author. Wikipedia

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  • Richard Blais

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  • Ted Allen

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  • Mario Batali

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  • Tom Douglas

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  • Guy Fieri

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  • Cat Cora

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  • Susan Feniger

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  • Fatima Ali

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  • Gordon Ramsay

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  • Anthony Bourdain

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  • Brandon Chrostowski

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  • Alton Brown

    American television personality, food show presenter, chef, author, actor, cinematographer, and musician. Creator and host of the Food Network television show Good Eats that ran for 14 seasons, host of the miniseries Feasting on Asphalt and Feasting on Waves, and host and main commentator on Iron Chef America and Cutthroat Kitchen. Wikipedia

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  • José Andrés

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