They all enter the kitchen and, as Stephanie grinningly interviews, "each find [their] own Wilbur." And they are gross-looking. I've seen live pigs and I've seen roasted whole pigs, but I don't think I've ever seen a dead raw pig, unless you count the fetal pig we had to dissect in high school, and even that was pretty gross. And at least I didn't have to eat it at the end. Stephanie points out that most people just pick up a package of meat at the grocery store and don't encounter the animal from whence it came. Richard and Spike discuss their plan; Richard mumbles something about pulling the head and feet off the pig and creating a dish called "Head to Toe." He wants to implement creativity and play to his own skills and cooking flavor. Antonia is hoping to go more traditional and use local flavors, and Nikki agrees. Lisa says that she won't be putting her usual Asian flair into her dishes. She has an Asian flair? I mean, I knew Dale was actually criticized for making everything into an Asian dish, but I didn't realize that was Lisa's specialty as well. I must not have been paying close enough attention in previous episodes. It must be the wine I generally drink while watching. Anyway, Lisa wants to make it Puerto Rican and use spicy rum glaze. Richard interviews that he doesn't think that it's a smart tactic to try to make local favorites, since it's kind of playing someone else's game instead of making it your own. True. Plus, can you really make better Puerto Rican food than the chefs who will be in attendance? Lisa continues to plan her menu with minimal input from Andrew - she just kind of bulldozers through it, which is her right, since it's her menu, but it's also kind of annoying. Lisa interviews that she's confident enough in her Latin food that she thinks the local will enjoy it.
The sous chefs head to the market. Nikki is a little confused by some of the items that she doesn't recognize. Andrew tries to get one of the shopkeepers to do his shopping for him, but she is not having it. She claims she doesn't speak English, but she has a look on her face like, "Bitch, please." Andrew interviews that he doesn't speak much Spanish, so he tries to communicate via naming colors and using gestures. We see Andrew using this technique on the shopkeeper, who has no clue what he's talking about. Andrew admits that this happens more often than not. Spike and Dale gather some produce. Dale explains that, in the Philippines, they eat black plantains, which are quite sweet even though they look rotten. He thinks Stephanie will dig the ingredient, so he picks out quite a few.