Spurred Lines - The chefs are tasked with creating a beloved English classic: the biscuit. The chefs head to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for a football-themed team challenge; the teams that succeed are safe, while the rest are relegated and must compete again.
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This was a tough challenge - three intense rounds. And the chefs teaming up with those they like and/or enjoyed working with, only to find out the ultimate losing team would have to go head-to-head and compete against each other.
A little scary to see Victoire having the allergic reaction to walnuts. Glad it wasn't more serious and that they took care of her right away. I loved her comment during the quickfire challenge about having to make (bake) biscuits... "We don't bake in Congo. We_don't_bake." So matter of fact and funny the way she said it.
I love her! 7 languages???? And growing up in Congo is not easy.
It was sad that the Latin chefs were all at the bottom. The international chefs are at a disadvantage because there are ingredients that they have never cooked with because of their location, so I'm kind of done with the British theme. I want a Top Chef in Mexico or Top Chef in Cambodia. Scotch eggs, apples, and cheese aren't doing it for me.
I mean, Luciana has lived in London for many years so she’s had experience with British ingredients. The other lady (sorry, forget name), is just over in Spain so has likely been to the UK a number of times as it is quite close and there is a lot of travel between the two countries. And the ingredients are not all that exotic…most (all?) countries have apples, and cheese, and peas etc.
The playoff format made things go really quick. I liked all the bottom 3 so that was unfortunate. But I guess most are going to get eliminated along the way.
I'm glad that Victorie was taken care of promptly for her allergy because that's scary.
I can't help but think that the non European/trained in Europe chefs are at a disadvantage with the London theme, even though most of them are putting their own spin on things. And if it's too big a spin they get dinged for the dish not being "British" enough. *sigh*