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They can pick out as many foil-wrapped ingrediences as they want, but whatever they take, they have to use in their dish. Also? They’re not allowed to use any pots or pans, the tin foil also has to serve as their cooking vessel. Winner gets no money, but can blow off the Elimination Challenge. Have fun!
McBitchyson immediately runs to the fridge, and when she sees that everything inside it has also been wrapped in foil she lets out a disbelieving squeal, “Really?!??!” I guess maybe she thought the fridge was so far away from the pantry that they’d forget all about it? Everybody is reduced to squeezing stuff to try and guess what it is. ThumbyHead Stefan is joking that he’s pulled a package of goats balls as his main protein. Only Rapunzel and StacheBear laugh. Hater-Tots is in the process of unwrapping his choices and much to his dismay discovers that he’s somehow grabbed ahold of a pineapple…
dammit, I thought this was a lobster
All jokes aside, he is in serious trouble with having to include that in his dish, I’ve heard it said a zillion times on Iron Chef America and Chopped that pineapple is one of the hardest ingrediences to work with in the Universe. The only idea that springs to my mind is either sweet’n'sour pork or a Jell-O salad in a scalloped ring-mold like my grandma used to make. I would always eat the Jell-O surrounding the chunks of pineapple and save them for last.
Meanwhile, Top Model Kristen must have some kind of freakishly accurate photographic memory, because she’s gathering all the ingrediences she needs to make a sponge cake. Is this girl for real? What if she grabs salt instead of sugar? Or confectioner’s sugar instead of flour? Or goat balls instead of eggs? Also, she has a cake recipe from memory?…
well, duh, I’m good at math, too
Sir Barts-a-lot has unwrapped some cod and plans to poach it in beer…
and some dandruff
He is actually pretty cute in the way that he’s diving into this challenge and having fun with it instead of treating it like his entire culinary reputation hinges on its outcome. I think over time the chefs have forgotten that (most of the time) the QuickFire Challenge is pretty much meaningless in the grand scheme of things (yes I know, they can win nice things like money or immunity or an advantage, but most of the time if they lose it’s no big fucking deal). I guess what I’m saying is, his playfulness is appealing. You know what’s not appealing?…
that Season Ten is apparently a bunch of fucking slobs in the kitchen