30 Seconds on Top Chef: Rick Bayless’ French Kiss Edition

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1 – My name is Ludovic Lefebvre and I will have sex with you with my eyes.

2 – But, that being said, I have a man crush on Rick Bayless. He makes me want to do yoga.

3 – My name is Wilo and I’m a misogynist.

4 – Why isn’t Kelly Choi eating?

5 – I think Ludacris is gonna be pissed that this French dude is stealing and mangling his nickname.

6 – It scared me when Cindy said “testicles”.

7 – Talk about providence. Bayless draws tongue. I mean is there a better taco?

8 - I like how Bayless thinks the quesadilla idea is horrible, but he doesn’t discourage Ludo.

9 – Bayless pulls the bacon card.

10 – “Once Rick Bayless has slipped you tongue, you never forget it.”

11 – Wilo made homemade Cheez Whiz

12 – It’s funny how Fabio’s foreigner lothario persona came off as charming, but Ludo is just an ass.

13 – Cindy’s dish is perfect for Kelly Choi since she looks a little short on good circulation.

14 - Jay Rayner would make a great professor of the dark arts in the next Harry Potter movie.

15 – Bayless wins.

3 Comments on "30 Seconds on Top Chef: Rick Bayless’ French Kiss Edition"


Watching Ludovic Lefebvre was like watching a slow-motion train wreck. A very cocky, arrogant train wreck.

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Barry Strum

There’s something really creepy about this latest Top Chef mutation…….

These are supposed to be serious chefs…who run successful business enterprises….assuming that’s the only way to keep the restaurant magic alive……….

Yet for what must be a weird combination of promoting their respective reputations, restaurants, and ego, they participate in what seems more and more to be the culinary version of “High School Musical”.
Wilo, the Puerto Rican guy is over-salting everything with well placed tears while plugging his charity, while the French genius acts like he was snatched from central casting with the accent, the petulance, and the bete noirish routine.

Chef Pawlcyn’s modesty played well off the male prima donnas, but she tripped up on her assumption that the public can’t appreciate seasoning. If Menudo is supposed to exorcise a hangover, it figures that the soup must be seasoned enough to get one’s attention. the first time eater should get that introduction.

As for Bayless….fantastic, creative chef…but this performance came off like he was playing a community theater version of Joseph with the colorful coat. About half way through the show I was rooting for his brothers to throw him in the pit and sell him to the slave traders on the road to Egypt.

Ms. Choi, the Asian Calista Flockhart host can’t eat if she wants to maintain that linquine physique. The judges are a strange group. I like the British guy…he at least talks about the damn food. The Saveur fellow is a wannabe. Ms. Greene should take her hat(s) off inside unless she’s channeling a member of the morning minyan at the local schul.


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