The Real Housewives judge 'Top Chef Masters'
“A little education can save a life,” Ludo Lefebvre said of his charity of choice, C.H.A.S.E. for Life, on Wednesday night's 'Masters'. But you'd swear he was talking about the guest
These ladies, who had the nerve to boisterously spit out food at Hubert Keller's Fleur de Lys in their last season (video here), may have seemed like better choices for the cocktail pairing
There were, however, unwavering and unanimous votes on Jonathan Waxman's pork tenderloin with poblano-stuffed shrimp and avocado butter paired with a lemongrass mojito. With his successful execution of lamb shepherd's pie in the pub grub elimination challenge, he and Rick Moonen will be heading on to the next round.
So when is it time to draw the line on shamelessly cross-promoting shows? I might trust the Housewives to critique Juicy Couture, but assigning a star rating to a juicy steak? I'll leave that to the pros. Plus, there are countless honest-to-goodness celebrity foodies who could take the reigns. How about giving a real foodie such as Aziz Ansari a chance?
-- Krista Simmons
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