Recently, we've seen a lot of news surrounding the Bravo's Top Chef community supporting the restaurant industry amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Former cheftestants and judges alike have been raising awareness and providing aid to businesses that are struggling to stay afloat during this difficult time. Now, even more Top Chef alums are getting in on the action in a way you'd never expect.
Top Chef alumni Carrie Baird, Brother Luck, Brian Malarkey, Hosea Rosenberg, Isaac Toups, and Jennifer Jasinski are currently featured on a brand new series called Dinner at Home, aimed at supporting the restaurant industry. NBC's creative learning platform, Bluprint, teamed up with OpenTable to create the series and provide free step-by-step video tutorials.
Each episode teaches you how to recreate the chefs' signature dishes, all from the safety and comfort of your own kitchen. Most importantly, viewers will learn about all of the ways they can help support the industry, whether it's through purchasing a gift card, ordering takeout or delivery, or donating to a relief fund, such as the James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Fund.
The series also features James Beard Award winners, Alex Seidel, Alon Shaya, and other renowned chefs, like Cheetie Kumar, Margarita Manzke, Thach Tran, and Eduardo Valle Lobo. With all of this culinary talent, you won't want to miss a single dish.
Dinner at Home and all accompanying recipes are available for free right now on Bluprint!
Want more Top Chef? New episodes air every Thursday at 10/9c or catch up on this season through the Bravo app.
For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.
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