In what may be the world's first pairing of chuck wagons and ceviche, the Top Chef gang went camping this week. In 100-plus degree heat on a dusty dude ranch, the chefs prepared meals over fire pits for a group of hungry ranchers. It looked simultaneously horrible and highly entertaining.
Who do you think looked most home on the range? Let's talk about it when you
- Do you like the "high stakes" quickfires more when they win money or immunity?
- I feel like we're finally getting to know the contestants; did this episode give you a new perspective on any of the chefs?
- Is ceviche this season's scallops?
- Is Michael V. too cocky, or does he deserve to be?
- Which challenge seemed harder: cooking cactus or cooking at the camp?
- Would you want to eat fish on a dude ranch?
- Does Tom Colicchio seem to be getting tougher and less polite with each season or is it just me?
- How odd was it that Ron made mojitos even though he doesn't drink?
- Whose dish would you most want to eat? I'm curious to try Kevin's, since I'm fixated with watermelon and tequila right now.
Did I forget an important point of discussion? Bring it up in the comments.
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