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Dallas Chef Carrie Keep to Appear on Next Season of Hell’s Kitchen


Nosh Eurobistro line chef Carrie Keep will be a contestant on the next season of Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen, beginning July 18. The best part: since the show has already been taped, I’ve heard that Keep makes it to the final round. After that? Hmmm.

The 31 year old Wichita Falls native is a recent graduate of Le Cordon Bleu. Jon Stevens is Nosh’s executive chef.

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