And you thought creating appetizers out of vending-machine snacks was hard. Or preparing a meal out of the food found in a single grocery aisle.
Those challenges, tested out in previous seasons of Top Chef, are nothing compared to the tasks producers have whipped up for the contestants chosen to compete the show's first all-star edition (premiering Wednesday at 10/9c on Bravo.)
"The degree of difficulty has increased a lot," executive producer Dan Cutforth tells TVGuide.com. "We felt like if these guys are the all-stars, they should be able to up their game, and in more challenging conditions."
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