Does Graham Elliot like being on TV?

I think it's more fun to be on the other side than actually doing the challenges, just because you're able to teach and give your philosophy. When they say you have one minute to make whatever, it's hard to describe what goes behind it because of editing and whatever else. But to be able to say, "This is why you're not going forward" or "This is why your dish wins," that's really cool. And to see people from all over the country and their background and regionality and ethnicity, it's great. You really see that people in this country are cooking and doing really well. 

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