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Ha! Interesting. Maybe she has loose standards when it comes to the booze.

Her partner is super cool, so she may be alright now. I knew her years ago, and she was a pain in the ass.
post #77 of 281
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Ha! Interesting. Maybe she has loose standards when it comes to the booze.

Her partner is super cool, so she may be alright now. I knew her years ago, and she was a pain in the ass.
Business partner or life partner?
post #78 of 281
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Ha! Interesting. Maybe she has loose standards when it comes to the booze.

Her partner is super cool, so she may be alright now. I knew her years ago, and she was a pain in the ass.
Business partner or life partner?

Honestly, I am not sure. I have had drinks and dinner with her several times as she is very close to a good friend. Never has this been with EF whom I haven't seen since the early 90s. This woman is always described as her partner, which I took to mean life partner, though like cheftestant that is a term that should never be uttered, but she may just be a business partner.
post #79 of 281
This is my first Top Chef season and I am enjoying it. Are there better TC seasons? I mean obviously there are, but which ones?

Also, I find Grayson very cute. If she asked me out on a date I would try to hold her hand by the end of the night. shog[1].gifredface.gifinlove.gif
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Honestly, I am not sure. I have had drinks and dinner with her several times as she is very close to a good friend. Never has this been with EF whom I haven't seen since the early 90s. This woman is always described as her partner, which I took to mean life partner, though like cheftestant that is a term that should never be uttered, but she may just be a business partner.

Once I was at a tailor with my father and his real estate partner happened to be in the shop at the same time. He introduced the guy to his tailor as "my partner", and I could see the look on this tailor's face like "oh okay wow." I told my dad later that he should maybe consider introducing the guy as his business or development partner, but something other than just partner. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
post #81 of 281
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This is my first Top Chef season and I am enjoying it. Are there better TC seasons? I mean obviously there are, but which ones?
Also, I find Grayson very cute. If she asked me out on a date I would try to hold her hand by the end of the night. shog[1].gifredface.gifinlove.gif

Season 3, fucking incredible.
post #82 of 281
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Season 3, fucking incredible.

+1, although they are all quite good compared to this season.
post #83 of 281
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+1, although they are all quite good compared to this season.

The Vegas season was quite good as well, I think 7?
post #84 of 281
^ Las Vegas with the Voltaggio brothers was Season 6.

It's probably the best season of TC ever.
post #85 of 281
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^ Las Vegas with the Voltaggio brothers was Season 6.
It's probably the best season of TC ever.

Good call, was too lazy to wiki...

Incredible season. Great competitors. The more recent all stars (not masters) season was actually pretty good as well.
post #86 of 281
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On a related note, we've thoroughly enjoyed Next Iron Chef this season.

Ok she cries a lot but are you kidding me? She's super cute, has a full-sleeve tat and if you watched the very first episode where they showed her in her wedding dress. DAMN!
post #87 of 281
^ I agree with season six being the best. The only disappointments: the presence of that talentless asshole Toby Young & the fact that Kevin Gillespie didn't win.
post #88 of 281
I met Kevin and the Voltaggios. Cool dudes. But, that season is not as good as season 3. It's a scientific fact.
post #89 of 281
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I met Kevin and the Voltaggios. Cool dudes. But, that season is not as good as season 3. It's a scientific fact.

Just because you got to ogle Casey?
post #90 of 281
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Just because you got to ogle Casey?

No, I think the general level of cooking was higher. Felt like there were less "produced" moments and more pure cooking.

I will give season 6 this though, the rewards for winning challenges were absolutely fucking sick. When Kevin (IIRC) won the chance to compete for the Bocuse d'Or USA.... that's just incredible.
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