Top Chef 11: New Orleans, Ep. 12 - Mississippi Mud Bugs

Top Chef 11: New Orleans, Ep. 12 - Mississippi Mud Bugs

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[MUSIC] Oh no. I'm thinking the challenge might be crawfish. Good morning chefs. As you can see it's crawfish season. They're attacking us. He's ready for me. What's up? [MUSIC] Welcome back. Chef and restaraunteur, John Besh. [APPLAUSE] It's great to see all of you. It looks like the group has whittled down a good bit. So congratulations to all those who are left. Thank you. In southern Louisiana, they make a traditional dish called etouffee. [UNKNOWN] means in French, to smother. So think of an [UNKNOWN] as a very rustic stew. Coaxing the flavors from the crawfish and served over rice. That's what [UNKNOWN] is all about. So chefs, what we're looking for is flavorful twist on this traditional dish. You know, cooking a crawfish is a delicate balance That tail is so tiny that if it's overcooked, it's terrible to eat. The winner of this Quickfire will have immunity in the next elimination challenge. You have 45 minutes for this Eu tu fey Quickfire. Your time starts now, good luck. [SOUND]
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Top Chef 11: New Orleans, Ep. 12 - Mississippi Mud Bugs


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