CJ Wins 'Top Chef Duels'!
The three-time cheftestant finally gets a win under his belt.Watch Video
Watch Top Chef Duels
The chefs fought for a chance at redemption in our exclusive series The Knockout.
Gail on the Real Reason CJ Won
by Gail Simmons
Curtis: It's Been a Ride
by Curtis Stone
CJ Wins 'Top Chef Duels'
Chris "CJ" Jacobson could not have fathomed winning Top Chef Duels, but third time on Top Chef is a charm.
After the Duel: Tiffani
Tiffani Faison is number two again, but knows that even if she didn't win 'Top Chef Duels' -- she's winning life.
After the Duel: Takashi
Takashi Yagihashi is feeling totally down about losing 'Top Chef Duels', but he knows that his dish was a little bit busy.
After the Duel: Stephanie
Stephanie Izard wonders if competition isn't the thing for her at the moment, since she's not much for limits.
After the Duel: Shirley
Shirley Chung just felt blessed to have cooked with such amazing chefs in the 'Top Chef Duels' finale.
Vintage Pics of the The Duels Chefs
The Duels chefs are no strangers to the 'Top Chef' kitchen.
The Chefs Roll With the Punches in 'The Knockout'
The losing chefs tried for redemption at the hands of Wolfgang Puck. Watch them duke it out again!
After the Duel: Richard
Richard Blais hates hearing his food is "interesting", but knows he's come a long way since his first time on Top Chef.
After the Duel: Kevin
Kevin Gillespie's pride is a bit hurt by losing, but he knows everybody's got to take their licks sometimes.
After the Duel: Jen
Jennifer Carroll is sad the feeling of losing is getting too familiar – and wishes she put more oomph into her white dish.
After the Duel: Dale
Dale Talde discusses losing the 'Top Chef Duel' Finale, and is just happy to prove he still has his the cooking chops.
After the Duel: Antonia
Antonia Lofaso feels like she lost her mojo – and that's why she lost the 'Top Chef Duels' finale.
Behind the Duels Finale
The chefs battle to to win Top Chef Duels -- and nothing's black and white as they cook for love, honor, and pride.
Hugh: What's Black, White, and Tall All Over?
by Hugh Acheson