Cheeky Pints and Pub Bites - In lieu of a Quickfire, Tom and Gail surprise the chefs with an old-fashioned pub crawl around central London; in teams of two, the chefs are tasked with re-creating and elevating a classic pub dish; two chefs will pack their knives.
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That was a tough one! I knew fish and chips would be difficult; how do you elevate that? But May! My favorite! Such a shame. But then I realize I have a lot of favorites so this season will be a hard one. I mean, Ms. Potato? Love it.
And I am starting to roll my eyes at how perfect Buddha is. He's like the kid in class who knows everything, and you admire them but are also annoyed by it.
Loved the tour of the different pubs and all the wild takes on it. I think I would definitely love to try Victoria and Swlvia's "Toad in the Hole" or whatever that was because it looked and sounded delicious.
The team who should have went home were the fish people because how do you mess up fish and chips? Regardless of what else you do with it the fish should be light and crispy. Soggy fish is not acceptable, ever. On the other hand, that Scotch Egg's yolk was on the raw side instead of semi cooked, so maybe they chose right. I hate to see May go, she's a joy. Buddha is great and he knows it, which can be annoying at times but considering some of the personality types that have been on TC he's not too bad.
As I recall, the judges thought the egg was jammy and perfect, but the Scottage Egg's breading was soggy. The judges pointed out that the chips of the Fish and Chips had crunch and balanced their decision upon --- or rather, the edit implied the judges decided that the Fish and Chips had chip crunch and the Scottage Eggs had no crunch.
May is playing the victim card. Because of that, I'm not a fan.
It could be that she stood down to Dale because (in her head) she was her season's runner-up, and he won his season — just a thought.