‘Below Deck Sailing Yacht’: Chef Natasha Battles Eggs Once Again
De Bourg faces egg orders and once again, the way the guests want the eggs cooked gets lost in translation. Chief stew Daisy Kelliher takes the egg orders from the guests which include eggs over easy, five fried eggs, and scrambled eggs. Kelliher delivers the order verbally, but she also wrote the order down on a piece of paper. While Kelliher effectively communicated the guests’ order, what came out of the galley kitchen wasn’t exactly what the guests wanted.
The egg order is once again lost in translation
Unfortunately, de Bourg gives Kelliher plates with scrambled eggs. “These are over easy eggs?” Kelliher asks de Bourg knowing they certainly were not. “Are you sure?” But de Bourg confidently tells her, “Take it.”
“It’s quite clearly scrambled eggs,” Kelliher says in a confessional. “Yes, I should put my foot down but she’s not going to listen to me. I could make your life easy. I know the answer. But fine we’ll do it your way.”
Of course, the guests take one look at the food and send it back, commenting on how the eggs were all scrambled. “Here we go with another sh*t breakfast and with sh*t eggs,” Kelliher says.
Kelliher tells de Bourg that over-easy eggs are fried and flipped over. “That’s not over easy,” de Bourg insists. “Over easy to me is like this [the scrambled eggs].”
Kelliher says that what she sees are scrambled eggs.
“Why does breakfast have to be stigmatized as eggs?” De Bourg asks in a confessional. “Poached eggs, scrambled eggs, over-easy eggs. The texture is just like gross. Let me make you something and eat not f**king eggs.”
Poached eggs for Chef Natasha looks different than what the guest wanted
De Bourg went down this road on the previous charter. The guest asked for poached eggs. But she delivered a dish that was smothered in hollandaise sauce, which he sent back.
De Bourg also thought the guest was missing something, sharing that poached eggs always come with a sauce. “I have never had poached eggs without hollandaise,” de Bourg said in a confessional.
The current group of guests appear to be a little agitated but not angry. The guest on the previous charter got pretty heated over his poached egg debacle. “How f**king hard is it to poach an egg?” he asked the other guests. “I can do it and I’m not a professional chef who’s worked at all the best restaurants in the world apparently.”
Thankfully, de Bourg delivers what the guests want, but the guests were getting hungry and a little antsy.
Below Deck Sailing Yacht is on Monday at 9/8c on Bravo.