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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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    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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