Friday, 22 September 2017

Hell's Kitchen Season 10 Where Are They Now?

Hell's Kitchen Season 10

Hell's Kitchen Season 10 aired June 04 to September 10, 2012 on Fox Network, there were 18 contestants and the prize for the winner was a head chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris Las Vegas.

In this season, Gordon Ramsay was judge, James Lukanik was MaƮtre d', Andi van Willigan was sous chef for the red team and Scott Leibfried was sous chef for the blue team.

Find out what the Hell's Kitchen Season 10 contestants did next after appearing on Hell's Kitchen with Gordon Ramsay. Hell's Kitchen Season 10 where are they now?



Barbie Marshall
Barbie Marshall was a Catering Chef from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was eliminated in show 18 but praised her hard work and improvement during the process.

After the show, she returned to the catering company she co-owns SOOP Catering, did a number of cookery demonstrations and supports local charities. She currently works on food truck Cow and The Curd.


Brian Merel
Brian Merel was a Personal Chef from Chicago, Illinois. He was eliminated in show 15 after he gave up on the service.

After the show, he returned to being a Personal Chef and has excellent reviews.




Briana Swanson
Briana Swanson was a Personal Chef from New York City. She was eliminated in show 3 after she struggled on fish and for lack of fight to stay in the competition.

After the show, she returned to being a personal chef.





Chris Carrero
Chris Carrero was an Executive Chef from Queens, New York. She was eliminated in show 2 for his terrible performance and admitting he was out of his depth.

After the show, he worked at Restaurant Associates as a Sous Chef.




Christina Wilson
Christina Wilson was a Chef from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the Hell's Kitchen season 10 winner beating Justin in the final.

After the show, she took the Head Chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak before moving to become Executive Chef at Gordon Ramsay BurGR in Planet Hollywood Casino. She works closely with Gordon, now overseeing both his Vegas restaurants and has worked on Hell's Kitchen as a Sous Chef and behind the scenes on Hotel Hell and 24 Hours to Hell and Back.


Clemenza Caserta
Clemenza Caserta was an Executive Chef from Long Island, New York. He was eliminated in show 17 due to his inconsistent performances but was praised for his effort.

After the show, he worked at his family restaurant Stuzzi and co-hosts a show on Blog Talk radio called Chewing the Fat with Rob Burmeister.



Dana Cohen
Dana Cohen was a Chef Instructor from River Vale, New Jersey. She was eliminated in show 19 missing out on competing in the final but was allowed to keep her jacket.

After the show, she is a fitness instructor and has opened a healthy eatery called Pulse Cafe. She is also a private chef and also a food columnist for a local paper.



Danielle Rimmer
Danielle Rimmer was a Saucier from Bayonne, New Jersey. She was eliminated in show 6 after two poor performances in the kitchen.

After the show she returned to the New York Yankees as a kitchen supervisor before becoming Sous Chef at the Prudential Center.



Don Savage
Don Savage was a Cafeteria Chef from Houston, Texas. He was eliminated in show 4 due to his lack of improvement in the process.

After the show, he became Executive Chef at Saint's restaurant.




Guy Vaknin
Guy Vaknin was an Executive Catering Chef from New York City. He was eliminated in show 7 due to his inconsistent performances.

After the show, he opened vegan sushi restaurant Beyond Sushi.




Justin Antiorio
Justin Antiorio was a Sous Chef from Lydhurst, New Jersey. He was runner up of season 10 and took his defeat with grace.

After the show, he works at Bin 14 Anthony David's as Chef de Cuisine.




Kimmie Davenport
Kimmie Davenport was a Personal Chef from Memphis, Tennessee. She was eliminated in show 14 as Gordon was disappointed in her ability to cook southern food but he praised her passion.

After the show, she married and opened a catering company with her husband called Lil Bitz Catering and works as a cook at Chilli's.


Patrick Cassata
Patrick Cassata was an Executive Chef from Lombard, Illinois. He was eliminated in show 10 as he felt his skills weren't up to Executive Chef level.

After the show, he won season 13 of Cutthroat Kitchen and works as Executive Chef at Bakersfield Wood Fired Grill.




Robyn Almodovar
Robyn Almodovar was an Executive Sous Chef from Hollywood, Florida. She was eliminated in show 16 due to her inconsistency and lack of teamwork skills.

After the show, she won Chopped and appeared on Cutthroat Kitchen. She owns Palate Party, a gourmet food truck.




Roshni Gurnani
Roshni Gurnani was an Executive Chef from Boston, Massachusetts. She was eliminated in show 8 due to her poor performance during the service but praised her for her big heart.

After the show, she became Culinary professor at The Art Institute of Houston and is also a private chef and consultant.



Royce Wagner
Royce Wagner was a Sous Chef from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He was eliminated in show 11 due to his poor performance on meat during the service.

After the show, he started his own company Three Lions Corp.




Tavon Hubbard
Tavon Hubbard was an Executive Chef from Washington, D.C. He was eliminated in show 1 as he was the worst performer of the service.

After the show, he opened his own private chef business called Chef Tav, which offers catering classes and private dining experiences.



Tiffany Johnson
Tiffany Johnson was a Sous Chef from Warren, Vermont. She was eliminated in show 13 for her poor leadership skills and her lack of passion.

After the show, she returned to cooking in a restaurant in her hometown of Warren, Vermont.




9 comments:

  1. I just want to know why Dana ALWAYS YELLED during the single commentaries. O.M.G. it was so annoying.

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    1. lmao i'm watching the season now and i literally have the same thoughts every time i see that

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    2. OMG I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE THAT NOTICED. Chill woman!

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    3. Thank you! She was so annoying. I couldn't stand her.

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    4. Nobody, and I mean nobody was worse than Tennille (I think that's the spelling) from season 6. When I binged that season I literally got to the point I had to mute her.

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    5. I too had to mute Tennille from from Season 6 when she was speaking to the camera. Dana's bad but not as bad as Tennille.

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  2. Kimme and Tiffany blew their chance of winning early in the season. Who would employ a head chef who continually threatens violence against people?

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  3. You could tell early on Cristina was going far. GR kept calling her to fix stuff. She's like a VP for him now. Love him or hate him the man sees talent he grabs it.

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  4. The right person won thats for sure...I hated tiffany, Robin and Kimmie...They all 3 disgust me...Tiffany was a nasty person!

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