The Next Food Network Star

Bon Appetit Challenge

Season 3, Ep 3, Aired 6/10/07
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  • Episode Description
  • Giada deLaurentiis is the guest judge as the competitors have their first chance to appear before the camera, each presenting one minute of her recipe for Chicken Florentine. Later, the finalists compete for the cover of the July Bon Appétit magazine, preparing a grill-themed dish that best represents them.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Bob Tuschman

    Judge

  • Susie Fogelson

    Judge

  • Adrien Sharp

    Season 3 Finalist

  • Amy Finley

    Season 3 Finalist

  • Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine

    Season 3 Finalist

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Bob: (To Rory) Last week, you were Calamity Jane... This week, you're the comeback queen.

    • Bob: (About Paul's high level of activity) You remind me of a hyperkinetic Jack Russell Terrier.

    Notes (4)

    • Challenge #4: Bring Food to Life The finalists have their first presentation in front of the camera. The recipe for Giada's Chicken Florentine was divided into 9 parts, and each finalist given a part. The finalists were told to demonstrate their part of the recipe in one minute, in front of the camera.

    • Challenge #5: Cover of Bon Appétit Each finalist must design a dish appropriate for the cover the July issue, which focused on grilling. Dishes must be served and presented to the judges and a panel from the magazine. Winner: Rory Dish: Ribs with grilled corn, cantaloupe and fresh herb salad Runner Up: Michael Grilled chicken and vegetables

    • Bon Appétit judging panel for Challenge #5: Barbara Fairchild, Editor in Chief; Kristine Kidd, Food Editor; Mark Thomas, Photographer. Barbara Fairchild joined the judges at evaluation, where the cover was awarded.

    • Eliminated: Nikki

    Trivia (1)

    • Culinary Tip: Dried herbs de provence, or any dried herbs, can be tossed on the coals, perfuming the smoke and any food on the grill with their scent and flavor. (From Michael)

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