All I can determine is apparently there was a sale on pine nuts and coulis at Whole Paycheck.
As Kerry is serving his diners, he starts speaking French to them.
They look at him like he has three heads.
Lorena pulls her whole, tired, fiery Latina spiel. Ugh.
Patty and Chris drink wine with their tables.
Oh look! Zoila is here.
This jackhole really enjoyed Kerry’s “spice profile.”
Most disturbing Ménage à trois in history
Then as soon as the party arrived, it was gone.
The Critics want to see all of the Chefs.
The Critics think Kerry made smart picnic food. He really ramped it up. Kerry says he wanted to work in a progression building upon the last course.
I’d like to thank everyone, except Lorena, for their help
He also thanks Chris and Patricia for their help. “They have been amazing.” Not mention of Miss Venezula. Lorena no likey a snub.
I could have your entire family rubbed-out by morning
Speaking of Lorena, the Critics thought the bulk of her food was too sweet. James specifically asks her “Don’t you think the chicken was too sweet?” And Lorena said that she had not had a chance to taste it “today.” Epic fail. Jeez, they hate to hear that- just LIE. The consistency of the mousse was weird- like toothpaste and the whole meal didn’t really come together.
Chris is next on the hot seat. The Critics thought his terrine was exquisite. There were mixed reviews on the swordfish, but they liked how he had elements of Sea, Forest and Land, each distinct and wonderful.
Patricia, ay yi yi, overall the Critics thought intellectually her dish was amazing… but not so much in actuality. The Chili Jam and the Bison didn’t really go together. Her Bread was stale from sitting overnight. Her dish had strong flavors but didn’t really work together.
Overall the Critics had two favorites, Kerry and Chris. The winner will receive $10k for their charity. And the winner is: CHRIS!!!
He will be able to give an additional $10,000 to the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Chris is thrilled that he won, but he’s so worried for Patricia. He doesn’t want her to be sent home. We hear ya, pal, we hear ya.