Cincinnati chef Christian Gill wins Food Network game show

A Cincinnati chef and familiar face on the Food Network has once again been crowned champion! Local chef Christian Gill hit the jackpot after winning ‘Guy’s Grocery Games: Summer Games’. We followed him on his ascent to the top. Gill won the top prize, a cash prize of $32,000 and 200,000 meals donated in his name to children through No Kid Hungry. Gill said the competition felt like a marathon on the track. “It was an athletic meet for sure,” Gill said in a chat with WLWT. “By the time we got to Week 5, we’d all been competing for five episodes.” But, in the end, Gill said it was worth it. grocery set. He often said that he should leave the rest to the “future Christian”. ‘” Gill quipped. He said a trick of the trade was to double the seasonings. “You only have 20 minutes to cook something that feels like cooking something that marinated for eight hours,” Gill said. So when he said people at home probably thought they were over seasoned, they weren’t.

A Cincinnati chef and familiar face on the Food Network has once again been crowned champion!

Local chef Christian Gill hit the jackpot after winning “Guy’s Grocery Games: Summer Games”.

We followed him on his ascent to the top.

Gill won the top prize, a cash prize of $32,000 and 200,000 meals donated in his name to children through No Kid Hungry.

Gill said the competition felt like a marathon on the track.

“It was an athletic meet for sure,” Gill said in a chat with WLWT. “By the time we got to Week 5, we’d all been competing for five episodes.”

But, in the end, Gill said it was worth it.

The chef said there was a lot of shopping, grabbing ingredients from all over the big grocery store. He often said that he had to leave the rest to the “future Christian”.

“There were several times in the middle of the kitchen where I was like, ‘Welp, future Christian, you’ve really gotten yourself into trouble,'” Gill joked.

He said a trick of the trade was to double the seasonings.

“You only have 20 minutes to cook something that feels like cooking something that marinated for eight hours,” Gill said.

So when he said people at home probably thought they were over seasoned, they weren’t.