She thinks the fact that she’s tatted and an asian minority she foolishly thinks that would be to her disadvantage to which I say bullhonkey. If I was a producer she’d be on my show, for sure.
Khristiane’s Spoonful minus the Tiger Blood
Okay so in short, Tony says No (even though it was delicious and he’s kicking himself for it) and Nigella says almost the same, Malarkey says Let’s do this thing! Ludo says he loves it and he’s stealing her recipe. He then looks right at Malarkey and asks him if he’s scared. Malarkey’s smooth brow crinkles with confusion. but itwas a fakeout! Ludo dropped the ball! Khristiane is on malarkey’s team!
Give yourself some credit girl! You got a great smile and those tats are pretty rad. And you got a YES!
So two Yes’s, two No’s! And we’re only 30 minutes into this disaster.
Our next contestant is Janene the Jewish Grandma, who has hit on some hard times and wants to provide for her an dher husband. She seems really nice and animated and she tells us she’s looking for her own cooking show (of course!) where she cooks and people talk to her about their problems. That actually sounds pretty awesome, but I have a husband for that. Sorry Janene. He serves me wine with dinner, too. But, don’t lose the look, it’s FANTASTIC and I am sure embarrasses your grandkids accordingly.
Janette serves Kugel with kick (is it funny I keep typing kegel?)
The hosts aren’t thrilled with this dish, and Tony insists that he recognizes it but can’t tell what it is. They meeet Janette and she tells them it’s Kugel with a Kick, and then Tony knows. However, he doesn’t like the jalapeno she used and says no, as do they all. Tony invites himself over for dinner at her house, though. It’s kind of nice.
Girl, don’t ever change! That headband.
They really like her though, and it’s kind of a shame they’re not keeping her around at least for her personality. I guess a spoonful of noodle doesn’t taste so good.
Our next Chef is a cute little thing named Todd from Miami Beach and he’s a professional chef. He’s prepared a tuna tataki dish and seems pretty confident.
However the judges are kind of all ove rth eplace, they don’t recognize the fish and are unsure about the flavors. When they meet Todd, Malarkey tells him no, Nigella tells him she buggered up, Ludo says no despite the creativity, and Tony is kicking himself for saying no to such an excellent dish.
Wow, so that’s two talented professional chefs who have been shown the door. Who knew?