'Hell's Kitchen' recap: Ain't No Cure For Love (But There Is A Cure For Salmonella)
The night ends without homicide, and when the chefs reassemble the next morning, Ramsay asks which of them is married. Will and Elise raise their hands, and Ramsay asks Elise if she won her man over with her cooking. Her man? That's touching on the presumptuous, these days. Anyway, Elise says it was her spaghetti that did it, which is something her husband might also answer if he's not talking only to his buddies. Then Ramsay weirdly asks Jennifer about the last time she "seduced a man" and she alludes to knowing what gets the boxers off, but then chickens out and says she's married to the job.
Anyway, food equals romance and whatnot, so the challenge this time is to create a "sexy" dessert. Like a big hollow cake with a dame right in the middle?
They've got one hour, so the chefs get to work. Will says he has no idea what he's going to do. "I ****ing hate desserts!" he yells. Jamie likewise hates desserts. "I've been pushed out of my comfort zone," she says. But the two of them are fighters, yes? I want Will to create something stubbly and cigarette ash-infused that looks like a backwards baseball cap. Paul makes fun of Tommy's sticky bun plan, since everyone knows that sticky buns are a breakfast food. Carrie floats the possibility of serving herself up on a plate drizzled with chocolate. I'll tell you what: There's four -- no, five! -- dollars in it for you if you do!