Aaron Grissom, a culinary standout who competed on season 12 of the cooking series “Top Chef”, has died. He was 34.
Bravo, the network behind the TV show, told Fox News in a statement on Friday, “Bravo and the Top Chef family are saddened to learn about Season 12: Chef Aaron Grissom’s passing from Boston. His deepest condolences to our family Is. And friend. “
The Pearce County Medical Examiner’s Office determined Grissom died of a “multiple blunt force injury” in a traffic accident, the Journal reported. His death was called an accident.
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Before his death, the Tacoma native, Wash., Was cooking for a tour, such as Billy Ellisch, a partner in Grissom, told the Tacoma News Tribune.
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“U Nancornphanom shared with the publication,” Grissom and his wife took up residence in Mexico before returning to Tacoma this year. “I think he had a great future ahead of him. He’s always learning to do something. He was inspired. He lived his life to the fullest.”
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Grissom placed 11th out of 16 chefs competing against “Top Chef”, working on the Food Network series, “Dinner, Drive-In and Dives” while working as a chef at the Dirty Oscar Annex in Tacoma. Also appeared.
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Grissom’s “Top Chef” bio said he had a “passion for Asian and new American cuisine”, evident in working at the Indo Street Asian Eatery of Nankornfanom in Tacoma.