This week on Top Chef, the reality competition drew inspiration from one of its international versions, France, for the quickfire. The remaining competitors worked in pairs to recreate a five-star dish that was prepared by the guest judge, Gabriel Rucker.
The catch was they had to step into a completely dark room and use their other senses to determine the ingredients and flavors. They took turns with each person given 15 minutes to enter the dark room and cook and they couldn’t communicate with their teammate until the final five minutes when they could finally see the dish and make the appropriate changes together.
Afterwards, since all the contestants have been away from home for so long, they were all given care packages with food curated by their loved ones along with an encouraging letter. They then had to cook a meal that incorporated some of the ingredients from their special delivery.
We’re getting one step closer to the end so see the current rankings of our final four.
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