Kristen Kish

Kristen Kish (born December 1, 1983) is a Korean-born American chef known for winning the tenth season of Top Chef.

Kish became an instructor at Stir, a culinary demonstration kitchen in BostonMassachusetts. In 2012, Kish was promoted to Stir’s chef de cuisine by the owner, Barbara Lynch. She was the chef de cuisine at Barbara Lynch’s Menton in Boston until March 2014. In 2017, she released a book of recipes co-authored with Meredith Erickson, Kristen Kish Cooking: Recipes and Techniques. In May 2018, Kish became chef at her new restaurant Arlo Grey in Austin, Texas.

She is the host of 36 Hours on Travel Channel and a co-host of Fast Foodies on TruTV as well as co-host of Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend. She also hosts National Geographic’s Restaurants at the End of the World.

Source: Kristen Kish – Wikiwand

Restaurants at the End of the World

Restaurants at the End of the World | Teaser Trailer

Follow Chef Kristen Kish on her global culinary journey in #RestaurantsAtTheEndOfTheWorld. The all-new series premieres March 21 on National Geographic , streaming the next day on Disney+.

Interview with Kristen Kish

“Top Chef” Legend Kristen Kish on Getting Gay Married and Launching a Soju Brand

We caught up with the Top Chef legend about the pressures of cooking on television, getting gay married, and her love of chicken fingers. In her culinary philosophy, Kristen Kish strives to combine flavor profiles and techniques that feel “authentic” to her, especially if they fall outside of strict tradition.

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