Kristen Kish (Menton, Top Chef) to Host "36 Hours" on the Travel Channel
A former chef at a top Boston restaurant--and winner of Bravo's Top Chef competition--is returning to television, this time hosting a show that is a collaboration with one of the most popular newspapers in America.
Boston Magazine is reporting that Kristen Kish will be hosting "36 Hours" on the Travel Channel with former pro soccer player Kyle Martino, with the New York Times having a column that coincides with the episodes. The article says that the show will have Kish and Martino go to cities around the world and spent one and a half days in each place, having "local insiders" show them some of the more unique culinary spots.
Kristen Kish worked as chef de cuisine in Boston's Fort Point neighborhood, and she was also crowned champion of Top Chef: Seattle in the 2012/2013 season.
More information on "36 Hours" (which premiers later this year) can be found at the link below:
Coming Soon: 36 Hours
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