Exclusive: Bobby Dishes on Aarti and Aria

by in Behind the Scenes, July 19, 2010
WWBD? Watch Bobby's online-only vlog.
WWBD? Watch Bobby's online-only vlog.

After shooting episode six at Frank Sinatra's former home, Bobby recognizes that Star is falling down to the wire. "Consistency, to me, is very important when you're trying to put forth what your food point of view is," he says in a FoodNetwork.com exclusive vlog, reacting to Aarti's Camera Challenge and explaining his appreciation for her smoked salmon canapes.

Less impressed with Aria's shrimp-as-pig-in-blanket (she threw the pig out the window!), Bobby knows what she should have done--or at least he is sharing what he might have done, his Re-Flay. "Imagine pork belly wrapped in phyllo or puff pastry or something very light, and then..." Watch Bobby now, in his own words. Cue the mouthwatering.

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  5. Russ says:

    Brad is sexy? Huh? The sexy dude is Herb. But who needs sexy anyway. Give me Aarti or Aria.

  6. James says:

    BRAD did SO well. Who else make ALL the judges/reviewers happy at the same time?
    If he can just keep it going...

    All he needs--is an environment where he can be "master of his own kitchen" and allowed to show them what he can really do--and he does a very high-quality job!
    I just hope they dont try force him to be more comedian than teacher.

  7. James says:

    I am getting concerned-- about the FoodNetWork -and wondering if it will sink into the depths "larger than life POP."
    No doubt there will be those who disagree with me, but I know there are those of us who DO agree with me (will you have the courage to say so?).

    If the cooking channel becomes where the somewhat lower-key chefs hang out, (who can actually TEACH and I the viewer can focus MORE on LEARNING than "being entertained".....it'll be bye-bye foodnetwork---and it'll be their own fault!--for being "too much celebrity and hype, not enough imparted knowledge." (And I dont mean Alton's history lessons, either).

    No, it isnt all bad. But it IS "over-done". Quite a bit, I hafta say.
    And why does evenings have to be the "private, sacred domain" of all things
    "adrenaline", loud or hype? Example: Cupcake Wars.
    Sigh. This is tooooo much like trying to apply Radio DJ "shock jock" tactics to something as mundane as Cupcakes, of all things. I can understand a TV Network's need for Ratings, but really, 1000's of us viewers nation-wide clealy kow this is just "hyping" and trying too hard. And because it is, it screams: "Fake."

    Im NOT wanting ANYONE to be "flat" or dull....but things have gotten louder these last couple years...and if you read these forums/threads, you probably noticed there are quite a few others besides me who agree that the "in-yer-face" (others besides me have described it that way) so-called "pop" and "loudness" has already gotten outta hand. And now Herb, is even louder than Guy.

    To have some folks like ROBIN, or TYLER or MELISSA or SANDRA LEE or AARON on an evening weeknight would be a very welcome relief. These people are outgoing, too. And great teachers. Thanks for reading this.

  8. James says:

    Im going mostly on gut feeling with this, but, I think Aarti probably doesnt do too hot under pressure. Time pressure. Her food IS good, but if i imagine her doing "Rachel's 30-min. Meals"...its hard for me to picture Aarti doing that.