Over at Sahana, Radhika explains that they're making curried carrot soup, grilled scallop with chickpea cake, braised lamb shank, seared snapper, baklava, chocolate cake, and frozen yogurt. Radhika plans to let Jamie handle the kitchen while she's out front. Interesting that Radhika doesn't really go into who's making what (other than Carla for desserts). I didn't realize until the end of the episode that Radhika didn't actually make any food. For her own restaurant.
Hosea asks Leah an innocuous question about his dish and she gets all stand-offish and bitchy. In an interview, she explains that she's never cheated on a boyfriend before, and she feels terrible, so her head isn't in the game. She tastes Hosea's sauce (ew, not like that, perv) and kind of throws a fit about it, so he says he'll make it over from scratch. Hosea interviews that he and Leah flirted too much (at that point in the interview, he clearly didn't know what they had caught on camera, because that's a really weird way of putting it) and he feels guilty.
Radhika and Fabio start setting up their restaurant. Back in the kitchen, Jamie starts cooking the lamb, which needs to cook for four hours, so she's a bit nervous. Over on the other team, Leah is having trouble boning her fish. Why does everything I say about Leah sound like a double entendre? I don't mean it. Anyway, Hosea tries to help her and advises her to just cut out the bony parts, or she'll shred the fish. The problem is that if she cuts out the bony parts, the fish may not cook evenly. Hosea interviews that Leah did a bad job filleting the fish, and that's part of the problem here, so she's clearly off her game and stressed out.
Over at Sahana, Carla is having trouble with the desserts. In particular, the freezers aren't cold enough so her yogurt isn't setting the way it should. She's worried she might get sent home over it. At Sunset Lounge, Stefan notices that his desserts aren't freezing either. Instead of just putting it back in the freezer, he realizes that he needs to fix it by any means necessary. He creates an ice bath and puts it back in the fridge, which he thinks will solve the problem. Note the different in their approaches: Carla did nothing, really, and Stefan figured out a creative solution.