POPSUGAR Food Top Chef Will You Watch Top Chef Masters Tonight? by partysugar 6/10/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Source Read More Top Chef MastersTop ChefBravoPollTV Top Chef An Apple and Cabbage Salad For Your Day of Detox 5 Delicious Facts About Top Chef Host Padma Lakshmi Curtis Stone and Gail Simmons Made Big Changes in Their Kitchens For Baby Richard Blais's Beet and Apple Salad With Mustard Dressing Bravo 19 Secrets of the Girl Who Always Has It Together Everything You Feel While Watching The Real Housewives Why Bravo's Boycott Involves Kylie Jenner The 10 Moms You Meet in the 'Burbs POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Home Love and Sex Food DIY Tech Vegetarian Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. muse2323 6 years yup... I miss Bravo. I'm glad foodnetwork.ca picked up Top Chef two seasons ago, so I don't have to miss that anymore. :) spacebear 6 years i am excited. i love that even with regular top chef they don't make it about the drama they make it about the food. and this time the food will be oh so much better to look at! jenna88 6 years Me too! Entertainment 6 years I'm so excited for it! mannylove 6 years No Tom Coliccio?? I don't think so! mondaymoos 6 years DVRing it. :) doogirl 6 years I already have my DVR set up to tape it, I'll be watching for sure!!! pharm_chick 6 years i defenitely intend to, unless my dad is watching tv, in which case ill have to wait till it re airs Dana18 6 years Yes, I am looking forward to see how Micheal Chiarello will do. tlsgirl 6 years I just downgraded my TV package to save money, so I don't get Bravo anymore. I really wish they'd put more shows up on their online viewing site. ilanac13 6 years yup - i'm planning on tuning in. there isn't that much else to watch on Wed nights in the summer -and it's going to be interesting to see how the 'masters' handle the stress of quickfires and the different challenges.