The fourth season of Bravo’s “Top Chef” reality show premiered Wednesday, with 16 contestants who hope to cook their way to fame and fortune. We hope that whoever prevails has a better post-show experience than the previous winners: Season One’s Harold Dieterle (who after lengthy delays, finally opened his Perilla in New York City); Season Two’s Ilan Hall (still “between jobs,” although rumored to be heading up a taco stand in Los Angeles soon); and Season Three’s Hung Huynh (currently ...

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