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Top Chef Masters Season Two: L.A. Represent!

From left to right: Susan Feniger, Govind Armstrong, Ludo Lefebvre and Mark Peel | Photo Editing: Andrea Bell
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Bravo's "Top Chef Masters" has scored some serious talent this season with more representation from Los Angeles. 22 world-renowned chefs, six of whom are returning from last season, are set to compete to benefit their favorite charities. The lineup includes hometown heroes Susan Feniger of Street, Govind Armstrong of 8 oz Burger Bar, Ludo Lefebvre of LudoBites and Mark Peel of Campanile.

Mark Peel warned LAist, "On 'Top Chef Masters' this season the stoves are hotter than ever." So get ready for some serious action.

"Following the success of season one, we were able to attract another stellar line up of Master chefs, including some true legends of American cuisine," said Jane Lipsitz, Executive Producer, Magical Elves. Added Dan Cutforth, Executive Producer, Magical Elves, "this season's chefs bring amazing stories, lots of drama and even more intense competition to the Top Chef kitchen."