I normally leave "Top Chef" recordings for a Friday night. Somehow it helps the soul and the indigestion.
This fine piece of television gives competent, but not yet infamous, chefs the chance to gain some fame by having the flames of their talent fanned by celebrated chefs and the power of television.
This season, which opened Thursday, features a contestant from Google. No, not a programmer or a digitally dextrous designer.
May I introduce you to Preeti Mistry, the 33-year-old executive chef with Google's Bon Appetit management company.
Mistry is Cordon Bleu trained. Unfortunately, her appearance on … Read more