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DiLido Beach Club's Jeff McInnis Contestant in Upcoming Season of Top Chef

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The Hot Chef of some anonymous New Timer's dreams.
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Miami has been doing pretty good for itself in the Bravo TV reality show arena lately, with Kendall-ite Dee Adames being crowned Shear Genius. Though we don't have a horse in the Project Runway race this season (which is fine, considering it's the worst. season. ever.), our luck may continue on the upcoming season of Top Chef. The food version of the same basic formula has a prominent Miami chef rounding out the cast: Jeff McInnis, Chef de Cuisine of The Ritz-Carlton's DiLido Beach Club.

He's no stranger to New Times. We crowned his sorbet with a 2008 Best of Miami award.

Created by chef de cuisine, a.k.a. the hot chef of our dreams, Jeff McInnis, this sorbet is one you can feel good about shoving down your throat.

Which ever anonymous staffer that was charged with writing that will surely be glued to Bravo every week when Top Chef returns November 12.

--Kyle Munzenrieder

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