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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    lol, I am kind of liking Cindy.
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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    Quote Originally Posted by texasgal26;3523775;
    I like that there are two familiar faces (past judges) in this round.
    I spot three!

    Cindy was the "Pepper Monkey" lady in Napa from Season 1.

    Rick Bayless judged in S4, when Richard made that jicama taco.

    Wilo Benet was chugging beers and frituras with Padma in Puerto Rico at 9 in the morning at the S4 semi-finals.
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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    Sorry, just got back from barfing. This vegan isns't down with the offal.

    OK, didn't really puke but kind of wanted to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ EJ;3523799;
    Sorry, just got back from barfing. This vegan isns't down with the offal.

    OK, didn't really puke but kind of wanted to.
    No way in hell would I eat anything they are making...
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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    Ok rooting for Wilo.
    Last edited by AsIs; 06-24-2009 at 10:36 PM.
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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    French boy is panicing.
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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    Here's my vote: Disgusting.

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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    All those chefs got Rickrolled! (sorry, couldn't help myself).

    Poor Cindy, I was kind of rooting for her. I liked her giggle at the end when she said she was going home to make more menudo.
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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    And Rick Bayliss wins with 22.5 points out of a possible 25. Pretty impressive.

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    Re: Top Chef Masters 6/24 Discussion **Spoilers**

    I couldn't have eaten any of that stuff either. No way. No how. Surprised that the crowd gathered at Universal had no problems tasting this stuff.

    I had a feeling Rick would be the winner. His score so far is the best yet, correct?

    Glad all the charities get some kind of donation.

    Again, still liking this concept of using reknowned chefs as contestants. Hope they will do it again next summer.

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