Top Chef. But when the call came to travel to London for the 20th-anniversary All-Stars edition, she declined. Been there, done that.Like a slow braise (other cooking tips can be found in her 2017 cookbook), Kish’s career has continued to deepen and become more complex, both in the kitchen and in front of the camera.
In March, National Geographic’s Restaurants at the End of the World premiered, in which Kish travels to far-reaching destinations like Kapp Linné, Norway, and a Panamanian mountaintop in search of unique culinary experiences.
If the opportunity presents itself, run, don’t walk, to taste these standout queer chefs’ creations.In addition to her acclaimed culinary cred, part of Kish’s appeal is her understated authenticity.
Shortly after winning Top Chef, Kish publicly came out. “First, I’ve always known that I was gay. And it was never my family or friends that made it feel not safe—it was 100 percent my own insecurity,” she told Austin Monthly. “What really happened was that I fell in love.