Hosea made roasted figs and peaches with honey and balsamic. Novelli once again calls it interesting, which is about the only comment he ever makes. Ariane presents her crepe with fruit and offers to add whipped cream. Novelli REFUSES the WHIP! He thinks it's over-whipped. Ariane looks like he slapped her in the face. Or elsewhere. She is stunned at his refusal. Ariane is upset that Novelli is "picking apart everybody's dessert." Um, he's a judge? That's what he's supposed to do? Jamie presents her napoleon, which also contains stone fruit. Novelli calls it -- you're never going to guess -- interesting. Carla finally presents her baklava with chocolate and bananas and explains how her bananas didn't freeze, so she had to change it up last minute.
After telling everyone how interesting their dishes are, Novelli has to announce the winners and losers. The first loser is Carla, and she nods knowingly, because she wasn't happy with her dish either. The second is Ariane, because he felt it was missing a twist. The third is Jamie, because the cheese was overpowering. Jamie interviews that she knows her dish wasn't good, but she feels defeated. The winners are next. First is Radhika, because he liked her combination of flavors. The second is Leah, because of her balsamic vinegar. The third is Jeff, who just gets a "well done." I don't know if it's a language barrier, or if he's just dull as dirt, but this would be a lot more interesting if he had more specific criticisms. Novelli finally announces the winner -- it's Radhika! She wins immunity for the next elimination challenge, but not cookbooks or anything like previous winners. I'm sure she's devastated.