Kerry says he wants to make sure he and his guest are moving at precisely the same pace. So he puts his chicken in the sautee pan and promptly does NOT tell Ruth to sauté her chicken.
Yep. Totally not in sync
Lorena tells Francis to chop everything as small as possible: bacon, chicken, shallot and a tomato. Her chicken and bacon are cooked… Francis’s is not because she never told him to cook it.
OH look syncronized swimming!
Lorena then tells Francis “Your water is boiling so it’s time to cook the pasta.” Except his water isn’t boiling. They quickly figure out there is no time for pasta so they chop some swiss chard instead.
Mmmmmm, swiss chard and invisible pasta with chicken and bacon sauce. Well, Lorena did do “invisible rice” a few weeks ago and she won, so why not?
Time is up.
Curtis asks if they want to see who their mystery guests were? No. They don’t. And don’t tell us if Tony Soprano is dead either, while you are at it.
The mystery guests are revealed, and of course, there is shock and awe. Whoop de doo.
This was about as much fun as slamming my penis in a car door!!
Chris and James have made Prawns with sautéed celery, thyme, pine nuts and chili threads.
The plates look very much the same, one has more celery, and Curtis can’t decide which he likes more. To which, James replies “Shut the F*CK up!” He thinks Curtis was trying to get into his panties and sweet talkin’ him.
Lorena and Francis present Swiss Chard with sautéed chicken, onion and parmesan cheese over… fresh Nevada air.
Francis on the left, Lorena on the right
Curtis comments: It’s good, I just need something to PUT IT ON.” I volunteer. But he comments that it is “Quite beautiful.” But he might have been speaking to his reflection.
This is what I look like after I eat a baby
Kerry and Ruth have made sautéed chicken, swiss chard, bacon, parmesan and rosemary cream.
And Kerry WAS actually instructing Ruth here…
The two plates don’t look particularly similar. Curtis asks “What happened here?”
Kerry replies “It was very hard to hear.” Kerry admits that he didn’t tell Ruth to use HALF of her chicken breast. Curtis tastes both and notes that Ruth’s chicken was really tender… and might be better than Kerry’s. I love it.
Net/Net- Hottie Stone declares the following:
Lorena and Francis- the two pasta sauces were very similar and delicious but the dish was lacking PASTA.
Chris and James- One prawn dish was crunchy, the other, not as much. But both were tasty.
Kerry and Ruth- Both dishes were creamy and smoky, but 1 had a LOT more chicken.