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Philadelphia Chef Jennifer Carroll Talks About ‘Life After Top Chef’

(credit: Hadas Kuznits)

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By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Philadelphia celebrity chef Jennifer Carroll will soon be on television again.

She appeared on Bravo’s Top Chef and Top Chef All-Stars and recently wrapped up taping a show on the same network called “Life After Top Chef.”

“‘Life After Top Chef’ is myself, Fabio Viviani, Richard Blaise and Spike Mendelson. So it’s the four of us that they followed around and they have a little bit of our personal life, our work life, our life out having fun. It’s basically, I like to call it, The Real Housewives meets Top Chef so it’s a little bit of everything mixed together.”

She says though filming is finished, the show is still in the editing phase.  As for when it will air?  Carroll says Bravo producers don’t know yet. She’s been told it could air in July or it could air in January.

Meanwhile, she’s working on another project — opening a restaurant in Philadelphia. That’s also a work in progress.  Carroll hasn’t yet confirmed the location, but she has picked out a name:

“Concrete Blonde by Jennifer Carroll.”

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