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topchefnolae06.jpgLast night on Top Chef New Orleans, the brave contestants had to cook with Creole tomatoes (Quickfire) and then cream cheese (Elimination Round). Comedian Alison Leiby returns to make sense of it all, including the time, "Gail called Carrie Mashaney's vinegar braised chicken 'loopy and soupy,' which sounds less like a food description and more like a children's cartoon, but not one that I would want to watch." [Eater National]

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