returning on Wed, July 24th, we decided to compile a list of all the restaurants opened (and shuttered) by the original show's cheftestants from seasons 1-10, and provide updates on what they're up to now. Restaurants Opened: Meatball Factory (now closed) What's He Up to Now? It does not sound like it's a hard knock life for her, and it seems like she's dangerously in love with her job! It does, however, reveal that on Dec 8th, 2012, he wanted everyone to have a "Happy Hanukkah!!!!! He currently owns a hospitality consulting business.Tiff's been running her BBQ resto near Fenway Park since November 2011.She's lucky she didn't open it in Philly, where people would dismiss it as a come-on to former 76ers guard Maurice Cheeks.There’s no time like the now to begin your online dating journey.When you register at Christian and create your quick and easy profile, a whole universe of Christian singles will unfold. “After years of healing from painful past relationships, Bryan and I didn’t know if we would ever love or marry again.Restaurants Opened: The NY-based trio of Perilla, Kin Shop, and The Marrow. After winning season one, he's opened and is currently operating those three NYC-area restaurants, including the blazingly hot "West Village Italo-German trattoria-lodge" The Marrow.Restaurants Opened: Mayfair & Pine What's She Up to Now?
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