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It may have just ended, but we miss Top Chef already. Here are some of our favorite moments.

Kinky chefs and armpit hair: Our favorite Top Chef moments

December 11th, 2009

It may have just ended, but we miss Top Chef already. Here are some of our favorite moments.

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    Jet Tila breaks down this season's "Top Chef: Las Vegas" competitors into the three categories of chefs.

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    Bravo bet on casting brothers on "Top Chef: Las Vegas" and the gamble definitely paid off.

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    A look back at the surprisingly accurate odds after the first week of "Top Chef", and who the lines have winning it all.

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    Being a chef requires a delicate balance of cook, captain, politician, actor, priest and assassin. Jet thinks only one of the final 3 has the ...

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    The beard has its own Facebook page. As it should.

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    We could have cut the competitive tension on last night's finale with a cheese knife. If we had a cheese knife.

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    With the multitude of chef competition shows out there, no one can quite compare with TC. They have even out done themselves this year.

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    The lesson of the Bocuse d'Or: Keep it simple, stupid.

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    That’s what guest judge Nigella Lawson called panna cotta on Wednesday night’s episode of "Top Chef: Las Vegas."

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    Jet Tila talks "Top Chef" evolution, from collecting kitchen burns to culinary nirvana.

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    Watch tonight's episode next to some of the city's finest chefs at the Freakin' Frog.

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    Work up an appetite for twists. "Top Chef: Las Vegas" is bound to finish up with a few surprises.

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    A "Top Chef" watch party makes the competition a tad tastier.

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    Find out why Jet is threatening to punch himself in the face in this week's installment of The Jet Stream.

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    Tempers are flaring. Patience is wearing thin, and the competition is reaching a boiling point. Check out these odds to see which chefs are most ...

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    Move over savory. "Top Chef's" new pastry spin-off series is casting in Las Vegas.

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    Just don't choose the one with the broken butter sauce and undercooked lamb.

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    The key words this week, boys and girls, are “in the weeds". Not the garden variety, in restaurant-speak, being "in the weeds" involves something far ...

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    On tonight's episode of Top Chef: Las Vegas knives will come out, egos will flare and illusions of grandeur will die in a flurry of ...

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    Call it home-field advantage. Representatives of Sands Corp., which aims to lure the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, made their pitch Saturday evening to fans ...

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    From Boris to Converge, Mudhoney to Sleep, we'll help you plan your festival weekend.

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    If this pop-up event proved anything, it’s the power of 'Ye.

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    Prepare yourself for crispy oysters topped with sriracha egg salad, and kimchi tacos in scallion pancakes.

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    "Nobody judges you; you don’t have to dress up in a collared shirt. You just come and listen to music and dance."

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    In Eat the World, Emeril and fellow Vegas celebrity chef José Andrés visit modernist-cuisine godfather Ferran Adrià in Spain.

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    When BLT Burger ran its course, the Mirage recruited their Italian restaurant chef, Michael LaPlaca, to assemble a new menu.

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    When you’re as recognizable as Lil Jon, it isn’t easy to catch people off-guard.

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    “We’re just trying to provide a catalyst,” says North Las Vegas official Gina Gavan.

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    A delirious sold-out crowd and countless Canadians on live TV watched the final concert by rock band The Tragically Hip, whose lead singer and songwriter ...

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    It's an enjoyable but slightly scuzzy movie for an actor who’s free to make them.

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    The four-time Emmy-nominated choreographer keeps busy with TV's most popular dance shows.

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    Start with the cotton candy foie gras and move on to the suckling pig sandwich.

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    Also in Big This Week: Tyga at Drai's, Calvin Harris at Omnia, Krewella at Hakkasan, Stafford Brothers at Daylight and more.

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    The veteran mainstream metal acts use both their songs and antics to creeping effect.

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    The French producer has six tracks from his debut album sitting pretty on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

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    A home near Downtown will be transformed by 19 local and regional designers.