Fuller Goldsmith, Food Network Champion Chef, Dead At Age 17

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Cooking wiz Fuller Goldsmith, who gained the Food Network’s “Chopped Junior” chef level of competition, died Tuesday following just about a life time struggle with leukemia. He was 17.

“He obtained drained and was all set to go,” his father, Scott Goldsmith, advised Alabama’s CBS 42 in Tuscaloosa, in which Fuller lived.

Goldsmith, who also appeared on “Top Chef Junior,” was hailed by that show’s production firm Magical Elves as “an amazing chef and the strongest child we have at any time fulfilled.”

“We all Liked Fuller so substantially! And will in no way forget his contagious smile, chuckle and butter tips,” “Top Chef Junior” host Vanessa Lachey additional in the opinions.

Goldsmith attended school at the Tuscaloosa Academy and worked at the Southern Ale House in Tuscaloosa “helping prep, serve and develop recipes,” the restaurant observed in a Fb remembrance. “Our collective hearts are broken … “Fuller lived to create mouth watering dishes.”