Here's What Hell's Kitchen Winner Michelle Tribble Is Up To Now

"Hell's Kitchen" is a rather fun show to watch especially if you're a fan of good food and reality television. The show, led by Gordon Ramsay, challenges talented chefs to compete against each other and prepare scrumptious dishes in a bid to impress the judges. As per a Delish piece, even being a part of the show is a tough thing to achieve, since the shows producers are looking for highly passionate chefs that have the drive and hunger to make it big in the food industry. An executive producer on the show, Arthur Smith once said, "You don't have to be a model or a personal trainer. Our cast members are line cooks and garde-mangers. They're in the trenches."

A super heartwarming aspect of the show is that it has often given career opportunities to some of the brightest and most ambitious chefs looking to make their mark in the culinary space. One of the chefs who did a pretty good job of proving her talent on "Hell's Kitchen" was chef, Michelle Tribble, who won season 17 (via Gold Derby).

Michelle Tribble is still active in the food industry

Tribble was just 24 years old when she claimed the top prize on "Hell's Kitchen," per Gold Derby. After her major win, the talented cook joined Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen Restaurant at Caesar's Palace and served as a chef at the establishment. After her time there, Tribble decided to go back to school and is pursuing a degree in nutrition at Texas Woman's University, according to Cheatsheet

It must be said that the chef has had a lot on her plate. According to her LinkedIn profile, Tribble also worked as an assistant team leader at Whole Foods Market last year. Currently, she's working as a culinary development executive chef at Gordon Ramsay North America. She's also quite active on Instagram where she keeps her fans updated with regular posts from her everyday life. What's the latest? Well, she made a special appearance on the most recent edition of "Hell's Kitchen."