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Sneak Peek at "Top Chef: New York" Finale

Bravo's Top Chef: New York might not be airing its season finale in New Orleans until tomorrow night, but you can catch, not one, but three sneak peeks at the season finale ("Season Finale, Part Two") below, thanks to the good folks at Bravo.

Here's what the cabler had to say about the Top Chef: New York season finale:

"It's do or die for Carla, Hosea, and Stefan, and now all they have to do is complete one very simple challenge: cook the best meal of your life at renowned and historic New Orleans restaurant Commander’s Palace. With Carla having gained serious momentum in the last couple of challenges, Hosea feeling intimidated by Stefan’s ego, and Stefan without his “Team Euro” sidekick, who will be able to withstand the judges expectations and hone their skill to become Top Chef?"

"Do or Die"



"No Finale Without a Twist"



"The Best Meal of Your Life"



Who are you rooting for to take home the top prize? Will underdog Carla manage to beat out arrogant Stefan and technically shakey Hosea? Find out tomorrow night.

Comments

Michelle said…
I am definitely on Team Carla!!!!
Anonymous said…
Team Carla!
Anonymous said…
Carla drove me crazy at first but I have to admit that she's grown on me and she has definitely gotten stronger each week and delivered some seriously incredible dishes. I think if you could combine Carla's soul food with Stefan's classic skill you would have the perfect chef!
Ben Rasmussen said…
Count me in the 'Carla drove me crazy at first, but has grown on me' camp. I don't think she should win, though. I mean, it almost has to go to Stefan, right? Has anyone ever won as many challenges as he has?

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