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It should come as no surprise that this ripped chef, who heads up Manhattan's Peruvian chicken joint Baby Brasa, started his career as an underwear model. Scroll through his Instagram if you've got a few hours to stare and drool.
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Brother to one of last year's contenders Michael Voltaggio, this tatted-up Top Chef alum is now the co-owner and executive chef of five different restaurants — and, indeed, our hearts.
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Named one of Food & Wine's Best New Chefs of 2016, Jordan is the man at the top of one of Seattle's hottest restaurants, Salare. If that doesn't impress you, he's also really, really, ridiculously good looking.
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What can we say? We're suckers for a sharp-dressed man with piercing blue eyes. Sure, we'd be too intimidated to ever cook a meal for the Top Chef judge, but that just means he gets to take the reigns in the kitchen.
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A food-loving family man with European charm? This L.A.-based chef and restauranteur checks all of our boxes.
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He's the last remaining original cast member of The Great British Bake-Off, and it's worth tuning in if only to hear him say "the sponge is a little dry" over and over in that accent.
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An infectious smile goes a long way, and this Bay Area chef's got it. Plus, he recently took on a new role as the culinary director at Mugniani Imports, and any man who could potentially get you a sweet deal on a wood-fired pizza oven is very sexy.
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He was the first chef to ever win Chopped twice, and now he's the Director of Culinary Development at N.Y.C.'s Institute of Culinary Education. Those brown eyes though...
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Making culinary science sound sexy is no easy feat, so for that, Brown gets all the accolades — not to mention we're loving the stubble he's been rocking of late.
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