Anyway, Kimmie's trying a curry on the ground lamb, and Roshni seems to be worried that Ramsay's going to think it's her concept. I don't suppose you could tell him that it was Kimmie's idea, and besides, this only sounds like a problem if it turns out to taste like shit, doesn't it? While Robyn's mad at her team for convincing her to take the rack of lamb out too soon (it's always someone else's fault with Robyn, but I guess that's how everyone is on this show), Royce's already considerable ego is practically weaponized at this point.
Time runs out and the diners plate their dishes. Ramsay asks for the lambchops first, so Clemenza brings up his and Don's chop, against Tiffany and Danielle's. Red's got an anchovy and pine nut-crusted chop with a soufflé. Ramsay seems a little surprised she made one, and she says she thought it'd go nice. Ramsay calls it fucking delicious and says he'd pay a lot of money for that, which is high praise.
Clemenza and Don's chop is herb-crusted and grilled with a cauliflower feta melt. It's garnished with half a pine tree and Ramsay says it looks like Steven Tyler's earlobe. He tastes and says it's delicious as well, adding that it's a tough call, and winds up awarding a point to both teams.
Up next Patrick's lamb sausage against Kimmie and Roshni's lamb curry. Roshni introduces it as lamb kibbeh on a bed of coconut curry, and yes Ramsay assumes it's Roshni's creation but Roshni tells him it was Kimmie, who wanted to try something she's never done. Ramsay wryly notes that he's the guinea pig, then, but he tries it and he's glad he did, because it's delicious.
Patrick serves an appetizer of lamb and fennel sausage. Patrick figures his presentation is much better, and Ramsay praises his creativity. He likes both dishes, but has to give the edge to Roshni and Kimmie.
Rack of lamb: Barbie and Robyn versus Justin and Guy. Barbie explains the rack of lamb with parsnip puree and braised leeks. Robyn's rolling her eyes back in the line and telling everyone that it's raw. Lord, shut up and let Ramsay discover it on his own. Which he does. He says he'd like to eat it, but he's got four children to look after. Heh. He calls over to Robyn, who snidely says she agrees that it should have stayed in longer, and "that's all I'm saying."
So Justin basically has to give him something edible, and he does: grilled rack of lamb with roasted garlic and basil puree, with turnips three ways. Congratulations, Blue, you've tied it up.