Friday, July 31, 2015

Philly's "Top Chef" Jennifer Carroll eliminated from the competition

We're sorry to say that Jennifer Carroll, chef de cuisine at 10 Arts by Eric Ripert at the Ritz-Carlton, was eliminated tonight from Bravo's "Top Chef." Carroll, 34, a fan favorite, was the last contestant to be eliminated before next week's finale.

Philly's "Top Chef" Jennifer Carroll eliminated from the competition

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We're sorry to say that Jennifer Carroll, chef de cuisine at 10 Arts by Eric Ripert at the Ritz-Carlton, was eliminated tonight from Bravo's "Top Chef." Carroll, 34, a fan favorite, was the last contestant to be eliminated before next week's finale.

The Somerton raised Carroll, a Mt. St. Joseph's graduate was in her kitchen tonight cooking for a restaurant full of fans at 10 Arts, which has hosted "Top Chef" viewing parties all season long.

Despite her elimination, which resulted in a duck dish the judges deemed too salty, Carroll and 10 Arts will host a finale viewing party next Wednesday where guests can book a $65 dinner (before tax and tip)  that includes vodka and champagne tastings and a signed menu from Carroll.

(To book, call 215-523-8273 or go to Open Table)

Carroll, full of drive and competitive spirit during the season is surely disappointed in herself, but she had a hell of a ride, and we're sure will continue to be congratulated by patrons of her restaurant, and passersby for a long time to come.

Good job, Jen. You should be proud.

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