Top Chef's Beverly: I Definitely Felt the Fan Support

After re-entering the competition following her Last Chance Kitchen victory and earning a spot in the final four, Beverly Kim 's second Top Chef stint came to a quick end when she lost all three rounds in the Olympics-inspired tasks. "I was eliminated twice! How many people can say that? I think it was easier to watch this time, but it was still very heartbreaking for me," she tells "I really did want to win and I definitely wanted to go all the way. I wasn't ready to go so early the first time. I think this time was OK. I hoped for more, but given the circumstances, I gave my best. I'm really glad that I made it far enough to show my cooking, so now people can see who I am." But the Chicago-based chef couldn't show off her culinary style completely in the challenges that were more Top Athlete than Top Chef. Does she think the challenges were unfair? And does she hold any grudges toward Sarah, Lindsay and Heather? Find out below.

'Top Chef: Texas': Olympic cooking

We're not in Texas anymore! On this week's "Top Chef: Texas," the final four chef-testants head up to the frozen north in the form of Whistler, British Columbia for their next challenge. In the quickfire challenge this week, the chef'testants must prepare an entire dish in the time of one gondola ride up the mountain, braving cold conditions and motion sickness. In our sneak peeks below, you'll get a look at the challenges cooking in a moving vehicle present. And you thought eating a burrito while driving was hard.The elimination challenge this week is a big one. The Culinary Game are a spinoff of the Winter Olympics. Only three chef'testants will be given the chance to compete in the finals. "Top Chef: Texas" airs Wednesday night on Bravo....

Top Chef's Ed: What's the Point of Last Chance Kitchen?

Edward Lee would like to point out that he technically was in the final four of Top Chef — for a few hours. But then Beverly , having won Last Chance Kitchen , returned to the game and out-cooked him for a spot in the actual final four. "It is what it is. I don't hold a grudge. She won fair and square," Ed tells "I shouldn't have used the smoked oysters, so it was all on me." Still, the Louisville-based chef is none too pleased with the second-chance secret competition for eliminated cheftestants. Find out why.