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We went to a cute little spot, I think it was called Coast Café. Wednesday, March 16 Protein shake at home (noticing a trend here? I had a veggie bowl at work, which I made up and included spigarello (flowering kale tops), roasted cauliflower and Calabrian chilies.I had some fish tacos made with local rock cod, black beans and avocado. I went to the gym after work, and just had some mint tea when I got home. Then all day, as I was walking into the walk-in, I kept seeing this one chocolate pistachio truffle that was sitting there. Our pastry chef Tim Nugent had made it…and so finally I ate it. My snack included two Arkansas apples and half a pineapple.Other take advantage of the situation and choose to explore the Museum at night because, duh, why wouldn't you?! The two Quickfire teams remained throughout the Challenge, and had to cook breakfast according to their chosen dinosaur's diet (Brontosaurus and T. Screamfest continues at judges table when Jen from goes head-to-head with the judges and defends her dish to the death.Ultimately, though, we all know a bad dish is a bad dish, and a cheftestant has to pack their knives and go.This carefree and brilliant chef struggles with his strong desire to venture on his own while avoiding ruffling feathers with the Mendelsohn clan.Here now is a preview clip in which Mendelsohn argues with his mother and tells the cameras, "My mother doesn't want the stress of this business to tear this family apart, but she is the stress of this business." Burn.
Sunday, March 13 We woke up, had some coffee, and headed into town.We also had some ceviche, and the grapefruit and orange salad. The night before, I had prepared some braised ribs, and sous vided a tri-pepper-crusted filet mignon.I think I’m mildly obsessed with Cara Cara oranges right now, they’re so sweet and so good! I also made a poblano, cabbage, celeriac slaw with cilantro, rice vinegar, lime, and oil. I ate lots of BBQ ribs, filet, slaw and potato salad.We got up and went for a short hike in the rain after that. We went to the Olema Tavern, and started off with a ton of Drake’s Bay oysters. I had an asparagus and egg salad, and then some cioppino. We made a stop at the Dipsea Café, right there off Highway 1. We had tandoori chicken, gobi aloo and an eggplant dish. I had family meal for lunch—which today was a Mexican braised chicken with black beans. Ever wonder what happened to the “Top Chef” second-rans after a season ends? C., and Fabio Viviani in Los Angeles as they continue to heat things up, from opening their own restaurants to expanding franchises and establishing their brands. Below, keep reading for a refresher on who you’ll be seeing — and what they’ll be doing.