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Hughnibrow calls Sheldon out on claiming that brussels sprouts are a “seasonal vegetable” right now, saying their season ended about three months ago, but these tasted good anyhow. He did need some more of the vinaigrette, though. Then he tries Sir Bart’s salad…
which required a wide-angle lens
Da Brow tries some and says that while the lobster is very well cooked, there’s a lot of other stuff going on. I’m not sure, but I suspect Sir Bart might just be too Belgian to understand that that wasn’t really a compliment. Next in line is a dish from some chick named Brooke Williamson, whom we haven’t even met yet…
uh, hi there?
Hugh loves her fried kale (shades of ORIGAMI) and says it’s such a freaking good salad that Brooke should just go on ahead and get a chef coat for herself, she’s moving on!…
Back to the remaining chefs, here’s what we’ve been waiting for: Hughnibrow has come to Gina Tiger’s “more than good enough” dish… it should be pointed out that when she describes it as “delicious”, Hugh smirks back “Well, we’re about to find out!” and it totally throws her off, LOL…
this doesn’t say “more than good enough” as much as it says
“cut your own goddamned carrots”
After choking some of it down, Da Brow says it’s “a little weighty overall” and some of the grilled zucchini are a bit overdone. Gina interrupts him, “You’ll make me cry, stop it!”, to which Hughnibrow replies “Um, no, I’m– I– we could make you cry…” and she sputters back “Nononono, don’t do that!” and it finally dawns on him that she is not wrapped too tightly and in a room with lots of sharp cutting edges, so he gives up on the constructive criticism and just says “Um, it looked nice.”…
Last in line tonight is Danyele and her “ridiculously amateurish” offering…
that just lays there indecisively
He says it tastes good, but that she needs to be careful grilling things, the tomatoes taste a little propaney. Gina is prolly smirking right about now, but I dunno why, it appeared that she grilled some shit on her dish, too. Anyway, in the end, Hugh says it tastes “very Texas” which he explains is a good thing, and Danyele grins while Gina’s face crumples.