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March 22, 2013
It's the final night in week-long dinner party and going head to head are some of Toronto's hardest working servers. Hosting tonight is casual fine dining goddess Katherine McRae. Sitting around her dinner table for the last time together are career server Craig Abraham, European bistro server Marsha Courneya, waiter/part-time actor Ryan Egan, and sports bar babe Jenevieve Narbay. Tonight Katherine is taking charge and won't let anything or anyone upstage her. After one of her guests turns up in disguise and is shown the door, the atmosphere is tense. Katherine gathers the gang around the dinner table and serves up the first course of the night, the appetizer: caprese salad with roasted red pepper bruschetta. Next up is her main chicken marsala with scalloped potatoes and green beans. Things get tense again when the guests take turns to do impressions of one another and food goes flying. To ease the tension Katherine serves up the last course of the night is plated, carrot cake. Can the server who thinks she is the quintessential host with the most prove she deserves to be on top or will she be outshined by a more ideal guest?
March 22, 2013
It's the final night in week-long dinner party and going head to head are some of Toronto's hardest working servers. Hosting tonight is casual fine dining goddess Katherine McRae. Sitting around her dinner table for the last time together are career server Craig Abraham, European bistro server Marsha Courneya, waiter/part-time actor Ryan Egan, and sports bar babe Jenevieve Narbay. Tonight Katherine is taking charge and won't let anything or anyone upstage her. After one of her guests turns up in disguise and is shown the door, the atmosphere is tense. Katherine gathers the gang around the dinner table and serves up the first course of the night, the appetizer: caprese salad with roasted red pepper bruschetta. Next up is her main chicken marsala with scalloped potatoes and green beans. Things get tense again when the guests take turns to do impressions of one another and food goes flying. To ease the tension Katherine serves up the last course of the night is plated, carrot cake. Can the server who thinks she is the quintessential host with the most prove she deserves to be on top or will she be outshined by a more ideal guest?

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