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Staying Cool on Top Chef Texas

top-chef-texas-ql.jpgMySA.com talks to the owner of the Top Chef Texas house in San Antonio, and it turns out the show used "between $8,000 and $9,000 a month" in electricity costs because they "cranked the air all the way down." Oh, the costs of keeping 16 cheftestapants and crew comfortable in 100+ degree Texas heat. Stay green, Bravo/NBC. [MYSA via EN]

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