Just as I said in my last post about the finale of Top Chef. Last year they wanted so badly to have a woman win that no matter how bad they cooked they got through and won. This year Hosea was the chosen one, the one who would win and takes it all.
Here is a quote from Gail's blog:
Although I did not care much for those crazy little Carbonated Blackberries, Hosea’s Pan Roasted Venison Loin on Chestnut and Celery Root Puree with Mild Mushrooms tasted like a walk through the Colorado woods — earthy, robust and bold — just as we hoped it would. It proved that he not only has the skills required to be Top Chef, but indeed has that rare and vital ability to read his customers and cook exactly what they want to eat; no ego, no excuses. Just good, honest food. Congratulations, Hosea! I cannot wait to show you off at the FOOD & WINE Classic in Aspen and beyond!
The whole point why he won was because he is a local to Colorado! They wanted to show off a local that won. Why even have the show? They could just pick a chef show him off and that's it. I couldn't stand him on the show, he can't cook and even less read his customers! There is no way he should have won!