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And now a word from our guest judge...

Idon’t think I noticed the lights go down, but there was no missing the music going up. A lot. The droning bell giving way to the unmistakable guitar riff of AC/DC’s “Hells Bells”. Then there’s a chef hunching over the brick hearth, furiously working the fan in his hand to drive what had been a heap of coals in the corner into a blaze. Out comes the meat, a gleaming piece of beef, and —

Hold up, bro, take it easy. Who are you, anyway, and why are you here?

I’m your gums for hire. I don’t have any superhuman tasting powers or anything like that, I’m just someone who really likes eating out —, , and in the US, in Sweden, and —

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