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A Little Something To Tide You Over March 30, 2009

Posted by thepixelsuite in Top Chef.
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from OurSceneTV

from OurSceneTV

Season 5 of Top Chef wrapped up some weeks ago, and with Season 6 still casting, television foodies are experiencing severe cases of Colicchio Withdrawl Syndrome. Every day serious fans scour the web for any article, clip, or blog post relating to the upcoming season as well as news of their favorite chefs from seasons past. Just in time for some of those diehards comes a story from a Season 5 fan favorite which will hopefully satiate their appetites.

A member of OurSceneTV’s Production & Development group contacted me via e-mail to check out a piece they created featuring San Francisco’s own Jamie Lauren. It’s an entertaining five minute piece during which Jamie visits a few New York eateries, interviews the principals, and samples some of their fare. The production values are a little uneven and Jamie needs a little more media training before she can carry pieces like this, but, overall I think it’s a strong start for a group looking to provide “Life/Style TV for LGBT”.

For those of you entranced by every stir, whip, blend, and chiffonade of Top Chef cheftestants, this clip will hopefully serve as an amuse bouche to tide you over to the next season. Bon appetit!

Click here to view the clip and interview on OurSceneTV’s web site.

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