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But that was nothing compared to the fight between Chef Michael Chiarello and Season 4 contestant Dale Talde.
Chiarello forgot Dale's name and called him “young man,” which in addition to just acting like a tool, did not make Dale happy.
A lot of challenges are around some kind of story where you also have to get the context of the challenge right. And I've got a straight up legitimate story about me and my wife having this wonderful time in France.
They looked runny and the judges said they tasted gummy.
At the same time, not going home is better than winning a challenge. Phillip, one of the other cooks, used a whipped cream canister to make mashed potatoes for his steak.
I've been placing in the top a lot and not winning.
Had this situation taken place with, for example Joel Robuchon, Charlie Trotter, Thomas Keller, Alain Ducasse, I know I would react differently, as I have had nothing but the utmost respect and admiration for these great chefs. That’s who we are — a degenerate, compulsive, irrational, egotistical and passionate breed that knows how to cook.
We chatted recently about why he dared to step back into the grueling restaurant ring, and of course, about how he felt about his portrayal on “Top Chef Masters.” Q: So, tell the truth; were you happy with the way you were represented on “Top Chef Masters”? Do you attribute that to the greater experience and maturity that you and the other master chefs have?
On last night's Top Chef Masters, after an embarrassing taste test challenge (Anita Lo not being able to recognize hoisin sauce or peanut butter was SAD), the master chefs were paired up with a stunning parade of former Top Chef contestants, all of whom acted just a little bratty when the master chefs didn't immediately recognize their brilliance.
Richard Blais even explained, while trying to get Anita Lo to put him on her team that he was a “runner up” and that he should have won his season, instead of Stephanie Izard.
That was one of the most contentious judges tables that we've seen so far this season.
What you do learn is what the judges like in particular and how they're judging the competition.
And of course, you know him for how he managed to remain cool, calm, and collected on Bravo TV’s recent “Top Chef Masters” show even when former “Top Chef” contestant Dale Talde went ballistic after Chiarello addressed him as “young man.” At a time when celeb chefs are easing out of the restaurant kitchen to spend more time in front of the camera, Chiarello is taking the opposite approach. That doesn’t mean you’re not cooking hard, and that you’re not specific about what you like.