On to Tiffani's Krispy Kreme bread pudding with blueberry sauce. She stuffed her bread pudding in a ramekin and to "cut the sweetness" she folded in Graham Crackers. Chefferson tells her the texture of her bread pudding should be softer and it's too dry. Tiffani also has two espresso cups of something on her plate, which aren't ever explained. Dave ramps up his dish's explanation, "You're stuck at your favorite girl or boy's place the night before, you got a gas station down the road and this is what we gotta work up." Dave's dish is called a "Morning After Trio." Not to be totally inappropriate, but that title reminds me way too much of the Morning After Pill. That would be some scary food. Dave whipped up a beef and bean burrito that he heated in the oven and then "torched briefly." Next, there's a tomato soup, and finally a cinnamon roll. Okay, why does it sound like he didn't actually make anything original and just bought stuff from the gas station and reheated it? Chefferson praises Dave. Lee Anne explains that time was up before she could finish saucing her final dish but she presents a Funyuns-Battered (nice spelling, Bravo, "Funion" it ain't!) Oscar Meyer Spiedini. Lee Anne explains to us that traditional spiedini is "a fried mozzarella sandwich, it's basically cheese slapped between two pieces of bread." Oh. Oh, Lee Anne. I know you're at the French Culinary Institute, but that's still no excuse for being culinarily ignorant. Spiedini is grilled or skewered meat, and what you're talking about -- the fried mozzarella sandwiches -- is called mozzarella in carrozza, or "mozzarella in carriages." Chefferson doesn't appear to call her on this gaffe -- probably because he's likewise ignorant -- and tells Lee Anne her dish is "very good." Lisa presents her "Gas Stop Breakfast" of cheese-scrambled eggs stacked on toast and topped with chiles. She also pan-seared some hot dogs with pistachio and pistachio dust for garnish. "Pork and beans with eggs?" Chefferson grins. No, hotdogs and eggs with eggs -- not remotely the same thing. Jerk.
Episode Report CardKeckler: A | 980 USERS: C+
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