Kevin won, I'm glad, great chef, nice guy.Now. About Angelo and his illness. I don't consider myself to be a germophobe, though I do try to be cautious. Would I want to eat a meal prepared by someone who had just the previous day been sick as a dog, migraine, "knives in my stomach", throwing up all night long, fever, couldn't open his eyes, couldn't get out of bed?The answer is a resounding no. In fact, I think that Angelo was allowed to prepare and serve food a day later was just plain crazy.Or is it just me?-nab
My wife and I were wondering the exact same thing while we watched the finale last night! I don't want someone that sick cooking my food!Anyway, I thought that Ed had been the best chef all season (despite all the Angelo hype, Ed actually won the most challenges this season), but letting his sous chef make his dessert (and a comparatively weak dessert at that) doomed him, and Kevin definitely had the best meal in the final episode and deserved to win it.
The answer is a resounding no. In fact, I think that Angelo was allowed to prepare and serve food a day later was just plain crazy.Conveniently, I found this article on Yahoo the other day.http://green.yahoo.com/blog/guest_bloggers/67/25-things-chef...Towards the bottom is "Chefs cook when they’re sick."So, probably not that surprising.dsbrady
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