'Top Chef Masters' returns to Bravo next month to cook up its second season. New York chef David Burke and Las Vegas' Rick Moonen are among the 22 renowned chefs set to compete on the upcoming season. Host Kelly Choi and judges Gael Greene, former New York magazine restaurant critic, and James Oseland, Saveur editor-in-chief, spoke with PopEater about this season's twists -- which include bringing back six chefs from season 1: Graham Elliot Bowles, Wylie Dufresne, Ludo Lefebvre, Rick Moonen, Mark Peel and Jonathan Waxman."The heat is on," Oseland tells PopEater.