Fatima Ali, the 29-year-old competitor of the American version of the "Top Chef" culinary show, died. The announcement came through the official Instagram page of the television face, which had greatly affected public opinion with an open letter published last November, with which he had publicly announced he had a tumor.
The letter published by Fatima Ali
The story of the Chef of Top Chef had aroused a legitimate motion of general emotion by virtue of the words contained in a public letter written in his own hand, in which Fatima Ali had decided to tell his story publicly, through a letter published on the Bon Appetit website : "The cancer cells that the doctors believed had disappeared returned to the rescue and more vindictive than before to the left hip and the femur. My oncologist told me that I have a year of life. With or without the new chemotherapy regimen.
I could not wait to be 30, a bit 'owty and prosperous. I suppose I'll have to intensify my flirts. I have no time to lose. It makes you laugh, is not it? When we think we have all the time in the world in which we live and do things, we forget to live life experiences fully. But when that possibility is taken away from us, that's where we try to try everything. I want to book in the best restaurants in the world, I want to be with the people I love and give them all the time that before, selfishly, I never gave ".
The career of Fatima Ali
A 29-year-old chef of Pakistani origin, Fatima arrived in the United States at the age of 18. His dream has always been to become an internationally renowned cook. She came a step closer to her life goal, enrolling at the Culinary Institute of America, and then finding a job in the best restaurants in New York.