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Enter To Win A Culinary Voyage On The 'Top Chef' Cruise!



Have you ever wondered what the dishes on Bravo's "Top Chef" actually taste like? Here's your chance to give them a try. Gadling is giving away a chance go out to sea with some of the show's favorite judges and contestants on a five-day, four-night cruise through Key West, Florida and Cozumel, Mexico, aboard the Celebrity Constellation from April 11-15.

Cruises will be able to come face to face with "Top Chef" judges Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons, plus Hubert Keller and Tim Love from "Top Chef Masters." A panel of a dozen celebrity chef'testants will compete in quickfire cooking demonstrations and challenges, including:

  • Richard Blais, finalist on "Top Chef: Chicago" (season four) and winner of "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
  • Jennifer Carroll, competitor on "Top Chef: Las Vegas" (season six) and "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
  • Tiffany Derry, fan favorite on "Top Chef: DC" (season seven) and "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
  • Chris Hanmer, winner of "Top Chef: Just Desserts" (season two)
  • Mike Isabella, competitor on "Top Chef: Las Vegas" (season six) and finalist on "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
  • Spike Mendelsohn, finalist on "Top Chef: Chicago" (season four) and competitor on "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
  • Yigit Pura, winner of "Top Chef: Just Desserts" (season one)
  • Paul Qui, winner of "Top Chef: Texas" (season nine)
  • Hosea Rosenberg, winner of "Top Chef: New York" (season five)
  • Angelo Sosa, finalist on "Top Chef: DC" (season seven) and competitor on "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
  • Casey Thompson, competitor on "Top Chef: Miami" (season three)
  • Fabio Viviani, competitor on "Top Chef: New York" (season five) and "Top Chef All Stars" (season eight)
Several of the competitors – Richard Blais, Jennifer Carroll and Spike Mendelsohn – will also be featured on the upcoming "Life After Top Chef," in which cameras follow beloved former competitors outside the "Top Chef" kitchen.

While aboard the ship, guests will be able to sample food from Top Chefs, take part in a Q&A with the hosts and contestants, watch cooking demonstrations and challenges, and more Top Chef-related activities. There will also be a one-hour cocktail party and all of the world-class entertainment that comes standard on Celebrity ships.

The Top Chef: The Cruise prize includes an ocean view stateroom for two people. All meals, snacks, coffee, tea and juices are included, plus complimentary 24-hour room service. Ship amenities also include two pools, a whirlpool, fitness center, casino, library and duty-free shopping. Retail value of the cruise is $2,796, which includes port taxes, fees and gratuities. Prize does not include transportation to/from Miami.

To enter, simply leave a comment below telling us your favorite "Top Chef" contestant. We'll randomly select one winner from the entries and award him or her the prize. The contest runs through 5 p.m. ET on Friday, November 2, and is open to U.S. residents 18 and over. See the full contest rules here.

Fans of the show will also want to tune in to "Top Chef: Seattle," the tenth season of the show that premieres Wednesday, November 7 at 10/9c.

Filed under: North America, Mexico, United States, Cruises

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