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The teams have 60 seconds left to finish off their entrees, now. Becky is trying her best to slice all the duck while DareDevil brings the rice. On the blue team, Josh forgot to make the yogurt sauce for their dish, and has to whip it up in 60 seconds. Too focused on revenge, not focused enough on winning. Back to the red team…who wasn’t able to get the rice cakes under the duck breast for every plate. Wuh-oh…
From the sound of the judges, the red team’s rice cake wasn’t really well executed, and the duck wasn’t crispy enough. Teddy liked the “idea” of what they were trying to do, which I guess counts for pretty much nothing. The blue team’s lamb-saddle, on the other hand, seems to be great. One judge exclaims that “zees loin is perfect!”
So the blue team wins round two, and Teddy says he’s going to run out and check on the desserts, because it could all come down to this. Stop me if you’ve heard this before….with TG, I’m pretty sure it ALWAYS all comes down to desserts.
As Josh is plating their dessert, Frankie jumps in and takes over, and according to Josh, starts doing everything wrong. As the minis scramble to finish their desserts, Teddy counts down, and there’s relief from the red team.
The blue team, on the other hand, may be in trouble. As Josh puts it, “it looks like 6 different people plated it.”
The judges really seemed to like Becky/DareDevil’s dessert, while they were a bit more mixed on Josh/Frankie’s.
Now comes the point in the show where the special guests get to ask questions of the minis. Becky/DareDevil were up first. The first judge asks why they forgot the seasoning in the soup.
The first question to the blue team isn’t so much a question, but rather a simple statement that there was no balance between the veggies and the gelatin.
For the blue team’s entree, Becky gets thrashed for not getting all the rice cakes on the plates.
For the red team’s entree, heaps of praise, especially for Josh for making such a fantastic yogurt.
And, on to the dessert. Praise all over the red team, and lols at the blue team for plating their dessert like 6 year olds. Bastage tells them that the dish expressed some disharmony between the people creating it. He calls it an “argument on a plate.”
Ok, so, time for a verdict. The french guys congratulate both teams on being home cooks and making such dishes, but there can be only one winning team, and that team is….the red team!