The four inform Tiffany and Sbarro that they agreed with the other chefs that these were the best dishes. Gail loves how Sbarro’s textural contrast came together. Tom tells Tiffany that she cooked hers evenly on both sides and Michelle says everyone wanted to keep eating hers. So of course, despite the better praise going to Tiffany, Sbarro gets the win. He amusingly gives a fist pump and a “YES!” before learning he also won a trip to Hawaii. Avoid the tiki idols.
Kenny and Tamesha come in – and if you don’t know by now that Tamesha is a dead woman then you have never watched this show. The judges pointedly don’t mention that they agree with the chefs on this one. Although Tamesha’s incredulousness on being there probably didn’t help. Michelle tells her that eating the scallop was like having a tongue on top of your tongue. Tom said his palate felt lost. Uh oh.
Kenny is basically criticized for doing too much. Michelle throws in a comment about how she didn’t enjoy the flavors and could talk about each piece for a long time. A roundabout way of saying, you did too much. That’s all they had on him. Gail felt it had up to 25 ingredients and was not “straight forward” as Kenny described it. Tom felt it was gummy too.
Let me just say – I don’t think this was Kenny’s best. But he was definitely not the worst. And Team Spenny was extra catty about this challenge. That’s why I didn’t like it.
Next week – Does Moby steal someone’s pea puree? And if so, why? Because, I mean, eww.
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