Dirty Tip on “Grill Den Hensler” ,
Rach cashes in on comedy queen Tahani
For sweet treats…
With “Grill den Hensler” you try really hard and then you have to hear something!
Comedy queen Tani (30) did not want to taste the jury’s verdict by star chef Christian Rach (65) on Sunday evening. The professional decorated her dessert with a heartfelt note.
This time, Stephen Hensler’s major sizzling challengers also included “Let’s Dance” star Jorge Gonzalez (55) and stand-up comedian Maxi Gustettenbauer (34). Fun Round had a slippery chat with moderator Laura Vontora (33) on the show.
In a game, the host and his opponents must throw noodles into increasingly narrow containers. Vontora guessed: “Now there will be one sentence after another with noodles.” Maxi Gustetenbauer summarized the rules as follows: “The noodles have to stay in.”
Jorge Gonzalez didn’t feel the task. Looking at the mirror, she quipped, “In that little hole? My god, I’m out of practice.” Hensler replied: “But don’t touch my noodle!” Star Chef was able to win the match and really lead the way in terms of ambiguity.
George announces Grilled Chicken with Corn Puree and Papaya Mango Mojito Salad for the main course. For a pungent taste, Hensler added a pepper to the creation. Vontora explained to the professional with a wink, while she put the chili in her mouth: “I always lick it so I know how hot it is.” When the audience was already laughing, it took a little longer before the money fell to the presenter. Hensler smiled and said: “Was that too sophisticated for you?”
He managed to win the walk against George.
So Tahani should have taken the chestnuts out of the fire with their sweets. Accordingly, tension broke out in Comedy Queen. Matcha, apricot and coconut must-have millefeuille—a layered cake batter with multiple layers in between. Tahni wandered back and forth in her kitchenette, all the while trying to answer Vontora’s questions. Comedian: “When I have time, I cook a little bit.”
Not just under pressure. Almost a miracle that her dessert was ready on time. When the plates were in front of the jury, Cologne resident cooking coach Martin Müller observed: “She forgot the coconut cream.” Jury Newcomer Go Ina Zarrela (45) was still kind and was awarded eight points, just one less than Hensler. But the dumper immediately followed.
Christian Rach on the creation of tahini, which was served on a red plate: “The red plate probably didn’t know what to do for 20 minutes.”
After this assessment, the comedy lady’s mouth opened. Rach continued: “Cooking three leaves is not a great art.” The candidate’s sweet was worth only four points to him. Tahnee: “It’s tough.”
So the last course went to Stefan Hensler, who ultimately won the show with a total of 103 to 86.
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