It’s too bad TV shows like Top Chef and Hell’s Kitchen can’t last forever. They’ve been the full-service restaurant segment’s best friend, keeping potential customers excited about creative food and producing a nonstop parade of aspiring culinary talent who thinks kitchen work is a cool career choice. But both these shows are five years old—ancient by TV standards. We hope the next round of restaurant shows—the promising Top Chef Masters and the currently-in-limbo Chopping Block—keep the ...
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