While season 14's contestants are still duking it out for the top spot in Charleston, Bravo, the network behind Top Chef, has announced that the show's been renewed for another season. There's no word yet on where season 15 will take place, but the producers will start looking for contestants this weekend.
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Top Chef alumni and friends of the show like Traci Des Jardins, Isaac Toups, Marjorie Meek-Bradley and John Tesar will host "appointments" at their restaurants in cities including SF, New Orleans, D.C. and Dallas to meet with potential contestants, starting on Sunday. Keep in mind: You better have some serious kitchen game if you're thinking about packing your knives and heading to one of those appointments.
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