Curtis: "Odette was Lucky"

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Francis Lam: What's on the Menu?

Curtis Stone's Lemon Creams with Poached Cherries

Bryan Voltaggio: "I Thought I Won. I Know I Won."

Jennifer Jasinski Was a "Great Miracle"

Lesley Suter's 'Ratatouille' Moment

What it Takes to Be Top Chef Master

The Finale Countdown

Doug and Sang: Bad Romance?

Sang is Back!

David Burke Has Titanium Balls

See Ya, Suckers!

Why Jennifer Jasinski Didn't Go Home

James Oseland's Teacher Tribute

Gail: "I Still Can't Believe Sang was Eliminated"

The Strangest Episode of 'Top Chef Masters' Yet?

Lesley Suter: On Tongue, Flautadillas, and Birthday Cake

What Has Curtis Stone "Spewing"?

A Series of Unfortunate Culinary Events Leaves Blood on the Mat

Gail: "We Couldn't Excuse Neal"

Lesley Suter: Hey, Chefs, Why So Raw?

Pull it Together, Sang!

Francis Lam: I liked Sang's Fish

Curtis Stone in Nacho Libre

Gail Simmons: "Neil Went for Our Bellies"

The Evolution of Sue Zemanick

Curtis Stone: Throwing Curveballs

Ruth Reichl: "I'd Rather Be Training a Nation of Food Warriors"

When Plex Met Toodee

'Top Chef Masters' ' Toughest Critics Yet

Gail Simmons: No "Chef" in Lynn's Dish

Restaurant Wars: 'Getting' Busy

Francis: A New Kind of Locavorism

What Being a Chef Really Means

Ruth Reichl's Perfect Los Angeles Restaurant

Restaurant Wars' Controlled Chaos

Franklin Just Did Too Much

Curtis and Lindsay: A Perfect Pairing

Curtis Stone: This Episode Sends Hearts Racing

Franklin, Can You Hear Me?

Curtis: "Odette was Lucky"

Curtis is sad to see Jenn Louis go.

Firstly let me say, I LOVE L.A., and I love the L.a. food scene. There is such great Asian food in L.A., as there was at the Asian night market, where our incredible chefs cooked. 

Douglas Keane served a dessert that seriously made the hairs stand up on the back of my neck.. (Tthat’s a good thing!) This guy can cook, and I can't wait for next week to taste more. I was also seriously impressed with Sang's dish. Wow -- what talent! Also amazing to see Bryan make it into the top three. Let's see if the little boost of confidence kicks his cooking on even more. I know it's a huge jump up in class and competition from Top Chef to Top Chef Masters, but he is handling it great so far. 

I am so bummed that Jenn Louis had to leave at such an early point in the competition. She is very talented, and I personally Iove her attitude towards food. The truth is, I didn't think there were any bad dishes served at the Asian night market, which always makes the critics' jobs even harder. I have to say I personally thought Odette was a little lucky to get away with the mussy fish balls and noodles. 

Finally, it was good to have Kathy Lee with us at the Asian night market. She is an absolute doll.