Emeril Lagasse and guest judge Eddie Huang give the chefs a crash course in Vietnamese cooking. Later, the chefs use their new-found knowledge to create a multi-course meal.Emeril Lagasse and guest judge Eddie Huang give the chefs a crash course in Vietnamese cooking. Later, the chefs use their new-found knowledge to create a multi-course meal.
[MUSIC] [LAUGH] Captain Vietnam, what do you got for us? What's going on? I got my sausage in the oven. What kind of sausage? We're gonna do a lemon grass pork sausage but we lost the lemon grass in translation. How did you lose lemon grass in translation? Why, why? Tell us, tell us. [BLEEP] damn Travis. Seriously? We don't know. But you wouldn't have known if you wouldn't have opened your mouth. So bada-boom, bada-bing. Right? I think we just left it on the cart when we were going through. It's my theatre background, you know? If you forget a line, you improvise and then no one knows. [INAUDIBLE] make Vietnamese food with no lemongrass? Yeah.They don't use it on everything. This is the expert on vietnamese food. Not fully expert. Eddie is taiwanese chinese. He only knows a little bit of what he knows. All right,Eddie,you're kind of a douchebag.