'Top Chef DC' analysis -- Review of Episode 7

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Joe Yonan,Bonnie Benwick
Thursday, July 29, 2010; 1:30 PM

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Andrea Caumont: Welcome to another edition of our Top Chef DC analysis!

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Do you know something we don't know? : What do you think about the missing pea puree? Do you have any inside information that we don't know about?

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The REAL Washington, DC: Once again we were treated to politicians and the NBC reporters who cover them. Any chance Top Chef will focus on the non-federal side of Washington DC? And the Salahis don't count. I'm really surprised they're not filming at Eastern Market or working with local chefs, farmers and wineries.

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Missing Pea Puree: If someone had brought up the missing pea puree to the judges, do you think anything would have been done about it? Would they have viewed tape, or questioned the chefs to get to the bottom of the issue? Or would they have answered with their usual, we don't care what goes on in the kitchen only what is put in front of us?

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Angelo's range: Other chefs keep complaining that Angelo always does Asian cuisine. But Asian seems like a broad category. Have you seen much variation in the dishes Angelo has submitted so far?

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Alex's motives: Do you think Alex stole Ed's pea puree just to remind us all he's still on the show?

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Andrea Caumont: Thanks for joining us! See you next week!


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