Chef/owners beware. No Top Chef contestant has had more riding on a successful outcome than the current season’s Timothy Dean. He hoped for success that would boost business at his Prime Steakhouse in Baltimore. No dice; he was sent home early. Now the place will be auctioned off on Sept. 16th. It’s a lot to lose because you screwed up a turnip dish on a TV show. We’re betting a lot of restaurant operators whose business is living on the economic edge have dreamt of doing what Dean did: ...
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