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She said the warmth and unique culinary scene of the Alamo City has inspired her and she hopes to return again soon and make another meal for the Special Projects Social.She answered a few questions for Savor SA about her visit.
The Special Projects have been successful and ticket sales often sell out within hours of being announced. The theme was Speakeasy, and it was served in an artistic basement of a spacious Southtown house on the river. Libations from Jeret Peña of The Brooklynite flowed, and guests dressed in 1920s attire to celebrate the speakeasy theme.Each of the guests enjoyed not only the great food but also being in the company of the two dynamic chefs.Within moments of meeting her, those presumptions will fade away. She can laugh at herself — she was a dedicated reader of comedian Alison Lieby's Top Chef recaps — and she is totally honest and upfront about what reality television has meant for her, including about her winnings. Yes, it is, but they don't think about what kind of taxes you have to pay."I haven't touched the money," the 2014 Eater Young Gun says of the famous 5,000 dollar prize for winning Top Chef. Literally it's half, it's 40 percent of your winnings [that] go to the government. Especially if you want to open up a restaurant." While Lin says she does want to open a restaurant, she's keeping quiet on the details.
I also love Creole and Cajun flavors, and love playing around with those in dishes here and there.