S3 - Tiffany: Breakfast at Tiffany's Will not Include Eggs
Posted Jun 6, 2007 @ 2:47 PM
Here's a link to her interview.
Posted Jun 6, 2007 @ 4:56 PM
She had the gall to bitch about Julia when she was the sole reason her team was failing?
Posted Jun 6, 2007 @ 6:04 PM
Posted Jun 6, 2007 @ 10:00 PM
Posted Jun 6, 2007 @ 11:56 PM
That sounds SO sour grapes to me. It did when she said it on the show too. Like - oh poor Waffle House cook, she needed this more than I did, so I'm happy I lost.
You said in your exit interview that "if Ramsay was choosing people on heart, he absolutely made the right decision." What did you mean by that?
I think that for a lot of these people it was their life's opportunity, and they took it very much to heart, very seriously. It was a big opportunity for a lot of these people. I think when it came down to heart, they all had more than I did.
Overall, I thought Tiffany was WAY too snotty. Yes, you are classically trained; yes, there probably is some sort of "language of the kitchen" (I cook, but not in any CLASSICAL way so I guess I wouldn't know). But come on... you can't tell me that if you asked her to get a colender, and she didn't know what it was, you couldn't say "the strain-y thing with holes for draining pasta." Or whatever.
Casey22, totally agree that her arrogance was confusing considering she really did come off as the weakest link. I know it's all in the editing, but she just seemed to be one of those people who makes a plan and then can't adjust as the situation changes (i.e. she planned to cook eggs, and even if she couldn't get them right, she wouldn't change the plan and let someone else try and possibly show her up). I was slightly surprised she didn't try to pull out the "something is wrong with the eggs/pans/stove/etc" excuse.
Posted Jun 12, 2007 @ 2:20 AM
Buh bye. Learn to cook an egg.
WORD SceneStealer, what the hell is this "Kitchen Language" that the rest of us poor slobs couldn't possibly understand? Watching this show you'd think the only language really needed was the four-letter word variety.
I'm sure there is some kitchen jargon she wouldn't know right away, but damn, there aren't any Kitchen-to English dictionaries out there. It can't be THAT hard to pick up on.
Posted Jun 12, 2007 @ 9:51 AM
Posted Jun 12, 2007 @ 10:05 AM
I am shocked they knocked her off so fast, usually the ones that annoy me the most last forever or win.
You don't judge someone by how they treat their perceived equals, judge them by how they treat someone they perceive as being lower than them.
In which case, she's a pathological snob, a heartlessly cruel person and, well, a raging bitch.
Posted Jun 12, 2007 @ 1:06 PM
Posted Jun 13, 2007 @ 12:16 PM