It was a tough night on 'Top Chef All Stars' yesterday with not one, but two chefs being told to pack their knives and go home. There was no Quick Fire challenge and no immunity to be had, so the 12 remaining chefs were working without a safety net. Added to the danger factor was the singular Elimination Challenge. The chefs were taken out on fishing boats at Montauk Point and told to catch the product they would be cooking.
When all was sliced and diced and served, the two chefs asked to leave were not surprised. If the 'Top Chef All Stars' have proven anything, it's that these are the very best chefs and one bad day is all it takes to be out of the competition.