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After wowing me the first week with homemade lasagna, Nikki has impressed me less and less each week with her boneheaded decisions. You don’t need to be a foodie to see that the problem isn’t execution there. In week two, she made mushroom and blueberry hors d’oeuvres that might have been good before she decided to top it with enough pecorino cheese to make it pretty but also to kill the flavors.

A note on Ryan, last night’s cast-off with the same problem. After I got back from a two-week vacation, I got a bonus when I caught up with the “Top Chef” episodes I missed: They ended with Zoi’s elimination.

One device is more of a stovetop while the other is a cylindrical oven that looks way more like a weapon from the Independence Day sequel than a machine that heats up food [full disclosure: I'm only referencing this movie as an excuse to watch the trailer again and see the love of my life on screen, Jeff Goldblum].

Isaac Toups is all about the "lightsaber action," though, and decides to use the oven he's assigned to make cornbread.

Giselle Wellman planned to do couscous, but she pours liquid in the tube and it completely shatters.

There are 13 minutes already gone and now glass all over her station.

That was one of the most contentious judges tables that we've seen so far this season. What you do learn is what the judges like in particular and how they're judging the competition. Normally, the entirety of the judges table is two to three hours of standing there. They'll punch a hole in some of the best dishes and they'll praise some of the worst.One caveat to my shortlist of gripes: I’m aware there are some notable absences -- Spike and Dale, I’m sure top most viewers’ lists -- but, as I explain below, they don’t bother me at all.(Sound off on why they annoy you more than me in the comments section.) Without further ado, a season-to-date bitchfest: Nikki and her ilk, which is to say, the people who just don’t seem to get the idea of “Top Chef.” It’s a simple one: Cook your way through a gauntlet of culinary challenges.

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