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‘Top Chef’ champ on food appropriation, rediscovering L.A.

Bryan Voltaggio, from left, Stephanie Cmar and Melissa King compete in the "Top Chef: All-Stars L.A." finale. <span class="copyright">(Ernesto Ruscio / Bravo)</span>
Bryan Voltaggio, from left, Stephanie Cmar and Melissa King compete in the “Top Chef: All-Stars L.A.” finale. (Ernesto Ruscio / Bravo)

The following story contains spoilers from the season finale of “Top Chef All-Stars: Los Angeles.”

“Top Chef All-Stars: Los Angeles” came to a dramatic conclusion on Thursday night as the remaining three chefs — Bryan Voltaggio, Stephanie Cmar and Melissa King — were tasked with serving a group of international culinary legends in Tuscany, Italy. On the menu? “The best progressive four-course meal of your life,” said host, judge and executive producer Padma Lakshmi.

The Season 17 champion

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