Janet Ross, a sous chef at Cafe Sebastienne, had to prepare a dish with a “Psycho”-themed element — using a murderous knife while standing in a clawfoot bathtub — on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen: Tournament of Terror.”
Janet Ross, a sous chef at Cafe Sebastienne, had to prepare a dish with a “Psycho”-themed element — using a murderous knife while standing in a clawfoot bathtub — on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen: Tournament of Terror.” Zac Hahn Food Network
Janet Ross, a sous chef at Cafe Sebastienne, had to prepare a dish with a “Psycho”-themed element — using a murderous knife while standing in a clawfoot bathtub — on Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen: Tournament of Terror.” Zac Hahn Food Network
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