Posted On : 7/12/2007 by Regina Benendetti
Are you one of the millions of San Diego viewers that suffers from a severe reality television addiction? No need to hide behind that remote--you are not alone.
Bravo TV presented the nationwide hit, America's Next Top Chef in 2006. And throughout the first two seasons we've witnessed decadent--and bizarre--culinary creations by some of America's finest cooks.
Now, in the third season, Top Chef welcomes a new batch of eager chefs ready to conquer the diverse cooking challenges that come their way.
If you feel particularly intrigued by this season of Top Chef, don't be alarmed--there's good reason behind your addiction. San Diego viewers find this season especially appealing because Head Chef of downtown San Diego's famed Oceanaire Seafood Room, Brian Malarkey, is one of the best Top Chef contestants of the season. And if you've seen the show--you know this is no local bias. Brian's consistent masterpieces reveal a true talent.
In the past, Malarkey has received a great amount of recognition for his outstanding skills in the kitchen, including Top Chef of San Diego in 2007. So far, he's been the winner of one of three challenges on the television show and continues to excel in his efforts. And paying homage to his core, his specialty remains seafood.
Keep an eye out for Brian Malarkey on America's Next Top Chef. And if you watch Bravo from a San Diego cushion, you better be on team Malarkey. . .
So Brian, what's cooking next week?