The chefs prepare a classic picnic feast for Capitol Hill interns at the home of President George Washington. Past Top Chef Masters contestant Jonathan Waxman is the guest judge.The chefs prepare a classic picnic feast for Capitol Hill interns at the home of President George Washington. Past Top Chef Masters contestant Jonathan Waxman is the guest judge.
Immediately my heart's like [SOUND] desserts, no! As a pastry chef we need to be much more organized. For us it doesn't happen at the last minute on the stove similar to what you guys do. A lot of what we do is about planning, about organization and about measurements. Baking is an exact science. I mean, you literally need to measure out one teaspoon or one tablespoon, and I'm not the measuring out type. Since we're in D.C., we're challenging you with a great American tradition, the pie. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] I don't eat pie. Not a pie kinda guy. If I'm gonna have a pie I'm gonna have a chicken pot pie. Now you have two hours to create your pie. The winner of this quick fire, will receive immunity from tonight's elimination challenge. I'm a stud in all aspects of cooking. I've been doing my own desserts for the last 15 years. Right now, I feel my biggest competition is Angelo. He definitely has the confidence, as I do. It doesn't matter who else is in the house, that he's competing against himself and I feel the same way. Okay, your Time starts now. [MUSIC] No, no, this is my station, that one's yours. That's not enough. Yeah. My stuff's all underneath here. I'm really excited. I have some experience making desserts. When you own your own restaurant, it's a little 65 feet [LAUGH] place with your husband, you get good at every job pretty quickly. [UNKNOWN] for one second please. This is one that I think I can end up on top with. [MUSIC]