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And your date only has a card, and they’re like ‘well, shit.’” "The back-of-house consistently hook up with, or start dating, the hostesses [...] I believe it's that way because the back-of-house guys can talk about their ambitions and dreams of owning a restaurant, their culinary vision, etc.
College-aged girls eat that stuff up because they want to be around people that already have passion and a life plan." "Industry people on dates indulge... We spend most of our days bringing people awesome food and drinks and we want to take in as much as we can when we are off." "It's hard to not start [hooking up] with someone when you work in a restaurant because you're together all the time late at night.
Talbot and the other three were defeated by Season 1's Tiffani Faison, Harold Dieterle, and Stephen Asprinio.
Talbot returned for Top Chef's Season 14, but was eliminated in the third episode.
(All names have been redacted to protect subjects' privacy, and future chances of having the sex.) These are their stories.
So if they date outside of the industry, [the significant others] are usually creative themselves." "[The female waitstaff] used to talk about how we wouldn't want to be on Tinder, and then have someone see us at work.
, we get to feast our eyes on the glorious, glorious concept of Bradley Cooper as a man who cooks.
After working his way up to production chef at Dean and De Luca, he worked under James Burns, the acclaimed head chef at Charleston’s J. In Charleston, he met Sarah Vida, who later became his business partner in the Williamsburg Cafe after he moved to New York City.
In New York City, he has held the position of executive chef at several restaurants, such as the Black Duck, Williamsburg Cafe, and Punch.
Sure, it's a fantasy—but there are plenty of *real-life* handsome guys out there steaming up the kitchen.