Top Chef: Just Desserts' Sally: I Don't Regret Having Orlando Make My Showpiece

Johnny Iuzzini kept criticizing Sally Camacho for having sous chef Orlando make her showpiece, but she doesn't think that cost her the Top Chef: Just Desserts win. "I fell short on my plated dessert and if I had executed what I had planned, I would have won," Camacho tells The pastry chef couldn't finish off her spheres as she planned in the end. How did she run of time? Find out. Plus: See what else she had to adjust on the fly.

Top Chef: Just Desserts' Chris: It Was Important for Me to Do Everything Myself

Chris Hanmer can sum up his Top Chef: Just Desserts win in one word: unbelievable. "It feels unbelievable to just not have to bite your tongue and hold it in any longer," he tells "I can finally talk about it! It's just unbelievable." Hanmer, who owns The School of Pastry Design, triumphed over Matthew Petersen and Sally Camacho , the latter of whom relied on sous chef Orlando to make her showpiece — a point Hanmer drove home at Judge's Table. Does he think that put him over the edge? Find out. Plus: See how his daughter is doing.

'Top Chef Just Desserts' Winner Advice: 'Bring Your Running Shoes'

Did you watch the 'Top Chef Just Desserts' Season 2 finale? Are you happy with who won? We caught up with the show's big winner to talk about their plans for the prize money, loving the 'Real Housewives' and which "special" fellow contestant just needs more time to refine their craft a bit. The winner -- who admitted "This is definitely, by far, the hardest thing I've ever done in my professional career" -- also gave some fancy footwear advice for anyone wanting to be Top Chef.

Top Chef: Just Desserts' Matthew: I Felt Like the Odd Man Out

Matthew Petersen took a risk and it didn't pay off. Far from a showpiece specialist, the Top Chef: Just Desserts finalist opted to make a sugar showpiece instead of a chocolate one — which he was familiar with — in the finale, only to have head judge Johnny Iuzzini criticize him for taking the gamble. "I needed to do that to have a chance," he tells "It's not something I do. I make plated desserts. I don't make showpieces. ... But I was totally stoked [with how it turned out]. It was standing! It looked good and more importantly, I was proud of it." See what else he has to say about being the underdog, why he didn't want sous chefs and blowing Gail Simmons ' mind with speculoos.

The Judges Crown the Winner of 'Top Chef: Just Desserts' (VIDEO)

It all came down to a final face-off between the final three on 'Top Chef: Just Desserts' (Wed., 10PM ET on Bravo). With $100,000 on the line, as well as a feature in 'Food and Wine Magazine,' the contestants were definitely feeling the pressure. !!SPOILER ALERT!! For their final challenge, they had to make a dessert that represented someone important to them, as well as an entire table of desserts for display. Aesthetic presentation and flavor were equally important, as this was their last chance to impress.

Watch! Special Guests on Top Chef Leave Contestants Starstruck

The final three on Top Chef: Just Desserts have a surprise in store for them... three of them, to be precise. Legendary dessert chefs Jacques Torres, Sebastien Cannone, and Stephane Treand will help them through an upcoming tasking. Quelle chance!

Top Chef: Just Desserts' Orlando: I'm Sorry I Came Off As the Villain

How tough was it for Orlando Santos to get the boot from Top Chef: Just Desserts one week shy of the finale? "Between Judges' Table and the stew room, I think I had completely lost every feeling that I had," he tells "When I got to the stew room, seeing everyone just brought back the emotions and all the effort and time it took to get me where I was. It was very, very difficult. When I left off-camera, it was even harder, just walking away knowing I was so close to the finale, and I just broke down."  Santos was shown the door for his dessert-in-disguise paella — the critique of which he found "a little disturbing." Find out why he disagreed with the judges, if he considers himself this season's villain and why he worships Cat Cora .

Former Top Chef: Just Desserts Contestant Indicted on Child Pornography Charges

Top Chef: Just Desserts finalist Morgan Wilson was charged with child pornography possession, reports. Wilson, who appeared in the first season of Just Desserts , was indicted on...

Top Three Revealed on 'Top Chef Just Desserts' (VIDEO)

This week proved to be such a fun challenge, we went straight to the elimination challenge on 'Top Chef: Just Desserts' (Wed., 10PM ET on Bravo). Each of the four finalists was asked to pick a country, and then tasked with making a dessert that looked like a dish from that country. By dish, of course, the judges meant a main course, so they had to disguise their desserts as traditional meals. What a brilliant challenge to really see who's a master of desserts. And it proved tough for the competitors.

Chefs Play a Drinking Game to Relieve Stress on 'Top Chef: Just Desserts' (VIDEO)

Reality show competitions are very stressful. And by the time you get down toward the end, your nerves are often frayed. That's probably why three of the remaining five contestants on 'Top Chef: Just Desserts' (Wed., 10PM ET on Bravo) got their drink on with a classic game of 'Never Have I Ever.' The boys had so much fun that Carlos was certain that he, Matthew and Orlando would be in the bottom tomorrow, simply because they were so wasted. Plus, we learned that they all want to punch Johnny in the face -- Orlando wants to twice!