Hugh Acheson

Hugh Acheson would like his own "Canlis Restaurant" one day.

on Nov 28, 20120

I am on this one. Look for a fine Gucci suit with a nervous man inside. 

It’s getting all tense. The Stew Room has its place and that place is to get people a little on edge. It works here exactly as it’s supposed to. Tesar, the man with no filter, calls out whole states in his vindictiveness. Oklahoma, which really doesn’t need to be maligned like this, has a fired-up defender in Josh. He puts on his chaps and challenges Tesar to a showtunes showdown. 

Josh:

“We know we belong to the land

And the land we belong to is grand!

And when we say 

Yeeow! Ayipioeeay!

We're only sayin'

You're doin' fine, Oklahoma!

Oklahoma O.K.”

 

Tesar’s musical response is “Texas” by Soulja Boy. Odd. 

“I'm on that ATL s---, I'm on that MIA s---, 

I'm on that Chi-town s---, that Houston, Texas s---, 

that screwed up s---, that purple s---…” 

 

He crosses his arms and makes strange gang signs but his is a gang of one. A--holez with a Z: Dallas. 

Tesar zaps us with this explanation: “I am not a prick, I’m truthful.” Wise words bad Yoda. 

Sleepy time. Maybe things will be sunnier with some shut eye? Nope. Pretty much everyone gets out of their wearable blanket all angry at the world. But not Stefan. He loves wartime in the condo and takes advantage of the time to fondle Kristen. Kristen loves it. 

Is CJ taller at breakfast? Does he shrink during the day? 

12 comments
lkbrose
lkbrose

Well Hugh, 

For all those people who complained about your "salad" challenge to get the competitors into the competition was bogus-- this just proves mane people wrong.  A really good salad is hard to make, a signature salad is harder to make, and NEVER overdress your greens.

I have had so many horrible salads in restaurants -- I don't even bother to order them. Yes you can be eliminated for a bad salad  -- I can think of a few. seasons -- NEVER volunteer for a salad.  One of the FEW people who didn't get eliminated  - was Paul from the evil episode with his Enchanted forest salad.  I did not taste it, but anything with his ingredients -- and it WON.

rnkat
rnkat

You actually make me laugh out loud.  "Flying squirrel challenge".  'Nuf said.

TChefAddict2012
TChefAddict2012

You should post Kristen's recipe for those astounding 'shrooms.  I'd love to try them!

better
better

One families established restaurants for as long the worlds fairs center and nicest location views it's never perfectly for everyone "farestarters' into places ,but for local cooks too many this cities recently over establishing 'Cordon Blues' with Italianizing ! 

Vic2012
Vic2012

This week's ending made up for last week, those onion rings looked amazing. Im not a mushrooms fan but I wish I could try those rings. Totally support the eliminations, the salad looked inedible. I love salads and dressing, and if you can't make a salad, well, what can you make? And yeah, my fears of the show catering to drama have been calmed somewhat, with Carla going.

That said, John should have been on the bottom for the job he did with the expediting. I doubt Josh made a cold soup, too salty sure, but cold? Doubtful.  If Josie was on the bottom last week with immunity for the job she did on the bird, why can't John be on the bottom for the way he got the food out. When you run the risk of ruining someone's dish and potentially sending that someone home for the job you did (or failed to do), shouldn't you be held accountable?

michele00724
michele00724

I think his soup was cold because it was served in the wrong dish. Onion soup dishes are deeper and smaller in circumference on top, and the crouton holds the cheese across the top....keeps it hot. I think Josh had a misstep, even if John's expediting was frenetic.

mcd1
mcd1

 @michele00724 I totally agree with you and thought that when they brought the dish out, you would think a chef would know what vehicle is best to put his food into.