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Top Chef Canada (season 7)

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Top Chef Canada (season 7)
No. of contestants12
WinnerTBD
Country of originCanada
No. of episodes8
Release
Original networkFood Network
Original releaseApril 1 (2019-04-01) –
May 20, 2019 (2019-05-20)
Additional information
Websitehttp://www.foodnetwork.ca/shows/top-chef-canada/

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The seventh season of the Canadian reality competition show Top Chef Canada is broadcasting on Food Network in Canada. It is the Canadian spin-off of Bravo's hit show Top Chef. The program takes place in Toronto. Eden Grinshpan returns as host along with head judge Mark McEwan, and resident judges Chris Nuttall-Smith, Mijune Pak and Janet Zuccarini. Season 7 features 12 young chefs considered to be the next generation of culinary stars. 11 of the chefs were pre-chosen and the 12th contestant was selected from 3 potential chefs by the 11 pre-selected chefs on the first episode. The 3 potential contestants battled in a head-to-head cook-off for the last spot.[1]

Contestants[edit]

A total of 12 chefs competed in season 7. The first 11 were pre-selected and 3 chefs were brought in on the first episode to compete head-to-head to make it onto the show as the 12th contestant, the successful chef was Benet Hunt. Contestants are listed in no particular order.

  • Tania Ganassini, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
  • Takeshi Horinoue, Montreal, QC
  • Hayden Johnston, Toronto, ON
  • Sebastien Laframboise, Quebec City, QC
  • Renee Lavallee, Dartmouth, NS
  • Paul Moran, Tofino, BC
  • Dennis Peckahm, Port Moody, BC
  • Phillip Scarfone, Vancouver, BC
  • Erin Smith, Toronto, ON
  • Max Straczek, Vancouver, BC
  • Wallace Wong, Toronto, ON
  • Benet Hunt, Saskatoon, SK

The three chefs that competed for the 12th spot were.

  • Alexei Boldireff, Edmonton, AB
  • Benet Hunt, Saskatoon, SK
  • Paul Kim, Toronto, ON

References[edit]

  1. Dowling, Amber. "Top Chef Canada Season 7 Reveals New Twist". foodnetwork.ca. Retrieved 2 April 2019.


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