Another week, another Top Chef rookie eliminated. This time it's Chef Jamie Lynch. You should have used your immunity, man!
But, it was an admirable move. We'll give you that, sir.
So, how does Lynch feel about what went down? Let's dive right into our Q&A with the chef.
Jamie Lynch: Yes. I figured they would accept my immunity, but didn’t expect I would be the one to go considering the mistakes on other chefs’ dishes.
JL: Tom [Colicchio] is the most intimidating because he is a badass chef. His palate is more refined and he can decipher your technique through tasting which is nerve-wracking.
JL: Me. I’m still on Last Chance Kitchen and in it to win it.
JL: I think everyone there is talented and capable, but the veterans were the ones to look out for the most. I look forward to cooking with all of them again.
JL: No. I got along and have respect for everyone. As long you don’t let Katsuji [Tanabe] rattle you or get to you.
JL: There were a couple of other options that were better options than me. But the judges made their decision and I respect it.
SK: What was the best experience you had on the show?
JL: The quick-fire wins felt the best. Being on top is the best feeling, especially in that field with some really excellent chefs.
JL: Being removed from everything during filming and having no idea what was going on outside in the world. We had 5Church opening in Atlanta and it was tough to be in the dark through that process.
JL: Kevin Gillespie. He’s an awesome chef and in general seems like a good dude with solid values and cooks from his heart. I have mad respect for him.
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