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    Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    "Even the Famous Come Home" a genealogy Quickfire is followed by a catered event for returning celebrities.

    Enjoy the show!
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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    This is the first time I've watched in real time all season. And I'm rewarded with the Olive Garden reviewer old lady. She seems so sweet...."Tony Bourdain" is dong a book with her writing. I hope he's kind to her.

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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    Well, drat...Josie is still there. Stefan's actually not bothering me all that much, but I'd love to see Josie go.

    Some of the food looked awesome tonight!

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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    Yeah they really stepped up after last week's disaster.

    Best part of the show was the quick take-off on The Bachelor performed by Chris & Anna.
    dzigner, Arielflies and sparklete like this.
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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    I wish they would show the dishes each made during the judging process to refresh our memory. With this many chefs it is easy to forget. The winner I remembered because they raved so much at the table. I have to go back and look to see what dish lost. Most everything looked so good!

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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    It was the under cooked carrots on Liza's elk dish.

    I guess I'm now rooting for the newly revealed nervous contestant, Danyele. I, along with her, am surprised she stayed. I guess the carrots were worse than her nerves.

    This was a good challenge in that there were no teams and everyone represented themselves. I loved the glass garden. I've always heard about the glass artists in Seattle, but have never been there (except for the World's Fair). If I had a list, that garden would be at the top.
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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    Another thought after edit: That Bachelorette send up was really funny. Chris commenting to Anna that being on Top Chef must be what it's like to be on a reality show...then went into a Bachelor trying to win the Bachelorette by saying, for one, that he knew he was falling for her at their ring toss date. So dead pan and so true.
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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
    It was the under cooked carrots on Liza's elk dish.

    I guess I'm now rooting for the newly revealed nervous contestant, Danyele. I, along with her, am surprised she stayed. I guess the carrots were worse than her nerves.

    This was a good challenge in that there were no teams and everyone represented themselves. I loved the glass garden. I've always heard about the glass artists in Seattle, but have never been there (except for the World's Fair). If I had a list, that garden would be at the top.
    I was just at Chihuly Garden and Glass Musuem this past weekend. It is truly breathtaking, and I have been a Dale Chihuly fan for ages. He has glass work all over the world. It is only his work in the museum. The nice thing is, you can actually take pictures in there (flash also).

    I am really liking this season in Seattle, probably because it is local.

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    Re: Top Chef Seattle 12/12 Show Discussion *Spoilers*

    I think Stefan and Kristen may have a little showmance going on...

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