The Travelogue

12 chefs arrive in London to start their international culinary competition.

May 9, 2012

A few thoughts as I watched:

- Nookie is willing to make a bad dish to win. Argh. There's  stereotypical word for people from Massachusetts that aren't that nice, and I won't use it, but I hope Nookie isn't one of them.

- I'm worried about Liz -- the oven incident didn't make her look that strong.

- I only have one tip for Sai: let's not call our patrons fat from the get-go. Mmmk?

- Nick thinks Chaz is bossy. Maybe Chaz talks too much, but someone needed to take charge. he expedited well and someone needed to do that. I have a feeling it's a combo of Chaz talking a tad too much but nick taking it all a little too seriously. Did he really think Chaz was serious about Harry Potter being real? Keep calm, Nick, and carry on.

- I iked that the fish and chips we saw were finger-sized. I hate when it's a huge filet because that means there going to be one to four sides without breading. Mmm.

- I got a little giddy hearing one of the locals complain about there being a lack of custard. It's something I've heard before from an English friend at one of Manhattan's ever-increasing number of English restaurants.

- Why did the Red Team change their pub's name to British Love, American Pride? Eek! You don't change the name of a pub. And, I mean, if you're going to inadvertently place a curse on an establishment at least make it a better name.