If you watch Top Chef, then you have to start watching "The Morning After" videos. Love.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
...is only the best part of every season of Top Chef. The fiery power plays, the execution disasters, to serve dessert or not serve dessert--the culinary intrigue is practically excruciating. Kudos to "Revolt"-- the V-bros, chubby Eli, and, yes, even annoying Robin deserve the victory. However, seeing Mission lose was disappointing. Admittedly, the way Jennifer pronounces "salad" irks me to no end, but there is no contesting that the Le Bernardin alum is an incredibly accomplished chef. My heart sank when she started to choke under pressure. Her sauce broke!!! Her dish was beige!!! She cooked the shellfish to order!!! Technically, she should have gone home, but so relieved when the ax fell on Laurine, who, let's face it, has sucked for weeks.