The chefs reinvent the po' boy, a NOLA staple, for guest judge Roy Choi before going on to create dishes to impress actor/director Jon Favreau.
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Right when we get in the kitchen the first thing
I do is grab some Alalon pans. I'm going to
get my station set up and start working. Nick this
your pan? Yes those three pots are mine don't touch
them. Can I put one over here? You can do
whatever you want those three pots are mine please don't
touch them. I said don't move my pot. If someone
moves my pot again We're gonna have a problem. These
are my three pots. Do not move my [BLEEP] pots.
I asked you, bro. I said do not move my
pots. Do not [BLEEP] move my pots. Do you understand
me? Carlos, you're gonna deliberately move my [BLEEP] when I
tell you not to? That's [BLEEP]. And he works like
a slob and he works like an [BLEEP]. And I
can't work with people like that. Give me a reason,
I'll get out of here. doesn't hurt my feelings at
all. Whatever, I mean, I'm here to cook. That's it.