Jet Tila breaks down this season’s “Top Chef: Las Vegas” competitors into the three categories of chefs.
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I think Jennifer going home is total bull! The judge’s final table comments totally confused me. Kevin’s beef was tough; Mike’s egg wasn’t prepared and plated well; and Jennifer didn’t have an eye on the grill. What?
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We could have cut the competitive tension on last night’s finale with a cheese knife. If we had a cheese knife.
With the multitude of chef competition shows out there, no one can quite compare with TC. They have even out done themselves this year.
Keep it simple, stupid. Often shortened to the acronym KISS, this half-insult, half-sound advice effectively sums up the road to success used in this week’s episode of “Top Chef: Las Vegas.” It’s a bit ironic, really, because none of this season’s prior challenges tested the chef’testants’ culinary skills (and nerves) quite like the Bocuse d’Or.
That’s what guest judge Nigella Lawson called panna cotta on Wednesday night’s episode of “Top Chef: Las Vegas.”
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