Top Chef 10: Seattle, Episode 1

Top Chef: Seattle, the tenth season of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning series, premieres Wednesday, November 7 at 10 pm ET/PT.

Top Chef: Seattle, the tenth season of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning series, premieres Wednesday, November 7 at 10 pm ET/PT.

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[SOUND] Just about at 30 minutes. [MUSIC] I need timers on these ovens. Is it going okay? Yeah, it's coming along pretty well. You know, hot weather. Really hot weather. I'm thinking a chilled gazpacho. Chilled? Yes. I'm trying to figure out how we're gonna get that **** cold enough. In this amount of time. I am half Chinese, half Norwegian German. I've traveled to very different places around the world. I've been to Russia. I've done Ethiopian dinners, so I've had a lot of experiences working with different products, and I think that'll help me to win the Top Chef coat. [MUSIC] Little stock here? Yeah, I'm making a little corn stock. I'm gonna do a little mussel and coconut corn soup. Who's rooting for you at home? My wife. She's actually expecting in three weeks. So you realize that if you move on, what that means? Yes, absolutely. She supports me. These are tremendous sacrifices that I'm making to compete on Top Chef. If I go to Seattle, I'm gonna miss the birth of my daughter. That weighs on me a little bit. Good luck to you, man. Thank you. [SOUND] 15 minutes. You have everything? I think so. Come on, show yourself to me, eggs. Chef, you still thinking cold with that? Still thinking. You got a chiller in your pocket? I'm gonna try my best, yes. I'm intimidated now, I starting to second guess myself but I just don't have the time to change my idea, I just roll with it. Geoffrey's relying on a shallow hotel pan, in the freezer. Finding everything you need? Yes chef. If he gives me a hot gazpacho, he's out. I hope my soup chill in time. It should be all right. [MUSIC]
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