This past week on Top Chef: Just Desserts, the queen of wedding cakes, Sylvia Weinstock stopped by the judge the competition. Read on to hear advice from a woman that knows everything about cake.
Top Chef: Just Desserts has been filling out TVs with cakes, cookies and brownies. I know I can’t watch it without snacking on something sweet. But what about the judges? What sweet can’t they resist?
This week, on Top Chef: Just Desserts itâ€™s a gleeful episode when the chefs have a bake-sale-off to raise money for the local high schoolâ€™s glee club and cheerleaders. Itâ€™s not a piece of cake for most of the contestants as tempers flare in the kitchen.
The desserts presented on Top Chef: Just Desserts look really, really good. Every. single. dish. But for the vegans of the world, these desserts, packed with eggs and milk, become inedible. So a vegan website it taking on the task of veganizing each episodes winning dish.
After this week’s crazy breakdown by cheftestant Seth Caro, we’d all like to know a little more about what makes this guy tick. Is he just a ticking time bomb? Will there be more breakdowns?
This week on Top Chef: Just Desserts, the competition heats up, and these big personalities mean big drama! The first argument of the season arises, and one of the chefs seems to fall apart.Â
It’s not the worst job in the world (not even close), but being the host and judge for Top Chef: Just Desserts has one real challenge: You have to eat a lot of desserts. How did host Gail Simmons keep from blowing up into a balloon? Read on to find out.
Who is this faux-hawked bad boy dessert chef, and can Johnny Iuzzini really be as great of a judge and mentor as Tom Colicchio? Read on to find out more about the Top Chef: Just Desserts judge.