October 13, 2010 10:00 AM by Lori Wilson
After all the drama from last week’s Top Chef: Just Desserts, it looks like things might be lightened up a bit on tonight’s episode. Guest Judge and Executive Pastry Chef of Wolfgang Puck’s empire Sherry Yard joins the challenge this week, as the chefs must create a soufflÃ©, as well as some fashion.
The Quickfire challenge involves making a soufflÃ©, which Gail Simmons notes is notoriously delicate and creates some stress for the pastry chefs. Zac doesn’t like soufflÃ©s so he decides to go off the beaten path and make a frozen one. He finds the other chefs are mostly making chocolate soufflÃ©s, which he feels are pretty run of the mill.
To honor Fashion Week in Los Angeles, the chefs’ elimination challenge is to create edible fashion. Zac, who seems to take over Seth’s cocky role from last week, is thrilled by this and declares he is the one to watch in this competition. Lets just hope he doesn’t have the spectacular meltdown Seth did. Or, do we want that to happen for the sake of entertainment? Either way, shoes are brought in the Top Chef: Just Desserts kitchen, but to the apparent disappointment of some of the contestants, they are not from Gail’s private shoe collection, which they seem to covet. Gail instructs that for this challenge, they are creating from the shoes up.
Will Zac’s twist on the soufflÃ© impress the judges? Will he wow them with his edible fashion? Watch tonight on Bravo to find out.
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