10 Facts About Stephanie Izard

1. In April 2012 Stephanie Izard was featured in an episode of Hulu's A Day in the Life TV series.

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2. In 2016, Stephanie Izard Launched This Little Goat, a line of bottled sauces and spice mixes inspired by international cuisines.

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3. In February 2015, Stephanie Izard announced the opening of a third restaurant in Chicago's Fulton-Randolph Market District.

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4. In October 2011, Stephanie Izard published her first cookbook, Girl in the Kitchen.

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5. In March 2011, Stephanie Izard announced that she would be teaming up with the BOKA restaurant group to open a second restaurant, Little Goat.

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6. In the wake her "Top Chef" win, Stephanie Izard met future business partners Kevin Boehm and Rob Katz of the BOKA Restaurant Group, and the trio eventually opened Girl and the Goat in Chicago's West Loop in summer of 2010.

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7. Over the course of the season, Stephanie Izard won two "Quickfire" challenges, five elimination challenges, and was on the top eleven out of fourteen episodes.

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8. Around the time of Scylla's closing, Stephanie Izard signed on to the Chicago-based fourth season of Bravo's "Top Chef", which she ultimately won, becoming the show's first female winner, and claiming a $100,000 prize.

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9. In 2004, at the age of 27, Stephanie Izard opened her first restaurant, "Scylla", in the Bucktown neighborhood of Chicago.

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10. In 2017, Stephanie Izard competed in the Food Network series Iron Chef Gauntlet, where she overall defeated chefs Bobby Flay, Michael Symon, and Masaharu Morimoto to obtain the title of Iron Chef.

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