The care packages that kept Patti surviving the bunk bed lifestyle were pretty specific. "My mom sent me Hebrew National salami on rye bread with mustard. That was the golden ticket," Patti outlined. "And a box of bubblegum."
Rocco learned a hard lesson about where to toss fruit in the forest. "I thought it would fun to throw the pears I was finding, and I didn't realize I was throwing the pears into a beehive," Rocco told us. "And boy were they upset. It took me about a month to recover from that."
Perhaps we should give Padma a plant identification book for the next time she goes out in the woods. The Top Chef host had some problems with a certain leafy plant in her past. ""I didn't know it was poison ivy because we don't have poison ivy in India. I couldn't figure out what it was, and I didn't know not to stop itching. I just kept itching and made it worse and worse."
She might be sweet as a judge on Platinum Hit, but at camp Kara wasn't so easy going. "I was a real b--tch at summer camp," Kara admitted. "I told the counselor that my parents didn't spend all this money for me to clean the bathroom."
Curtis Stone claims he was a bit of a prankster. He told us he snuck into the bunks of his fellow campers and squirted them with the camp's fire extinguishers, "which was pretty cool -- for an eight year old."
We'll just let Tabatha tell you in her own words: "I don't have a f--kin' favorite summer memory. I mean, I really don't, whatever. The sun shines, it's lovely. It's nice to not be in snow. That's fabulous."