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The Quickfire was boring as all hell. We the viewers didn't get to know what was in that sauce, so we really couldn't follow along. Sometimes I think they forget that.
The Elimination Challenge, though, I could get behind. I really felt for the "something blue" team. As Tom said, there is no blue food in nature. At all. And they used food from the blue ocean and coated it with blue califlower. That was cute. I was surprised that, given the number of desserts they've been making before, they didn't go and make a panna cotta with blueberries and black raspberries or something. That would have been bluish.
I was surprised that Ariane won. I thought the victory should have gone to Jeff, who is becoming one of my favorite candidates. All Ariane did was make lamb. It was Radhika who brought flavor to the meal, and Jamie was the organizer. If the victory went to the borrowed team, it should have went to one of those two. Jamie really is always a bridesmaid.
Stefan's too cocky for his own good. He's won one challenge and been mediocre the rest of the way. Fabio, Jeff, Leah, and Radhika all do better.
As for the bottom, I'm not surprised. I thought that Eugene should have been the one to go, though. He didn't explain his dish, he served bad rice, While Daniel did horribly, the execution was to blame. I'm willing to criticize Carla for being too passive, but I wouldn't have thrown her out like Tom suggested.
And a very merry congratulations to Gail and Jeremy. Hope their wedding is blissful.
I think something new crew was just horrible and got ahead of themselves. Finger food for that crowd? um no and they didnt explain. Daniel stood by his dish? now that was funny. He deserved to go.
I love love Stefan he is arrogant, but he knows his stuff and he's not a loud mouth. I don't mind ego when it's backed up by talent and he's not an agressive loud jerk.
I liked the quick fire and yeah they should have listed the ingredients so we could see.