Terez Lauren reveals that the disastrous meal was the wedding food and asked, “Can’t you just order for us?” “
Under the Mediterranean bridge Charter guests Terez Lauren and Lee Percenti recently revealed that the surf and turf disaster meal was supposed to be prepared for the wedding. Plus, Lauren asked if the team could order take out and co-primary Lee Percenti was really up to grill steaks and call it a day.
The guests of the charter “Below Deck Mediterranean” were invited to prepare the meal
Percenti joked that he offered to cook on the show, but he was actually serious. “I offered to cook and said, ‘Hey, I really don’t mind if it’s just one night.’ I really don’t mind, ”he said during a Another podcast under the bridge trailer. “You have lobsters, you have oysters, you have steaks. We will make it all happen. We’ve been doing it for eight days. I don’t mind doing that. Better than killing those poor lobsters. It was enough to open these oysters, to add olive oil, salt, pepper.
“I must add that they haven’t read our preference sheet,” Lauren added. “Because they had actually read it, we asked for steak, surf and turf on the wedding night. We were eating this and we were like, “This is the wedding night food, yo! Like you could have made us some nachos and that could have been OK. And here’s the wedding night food that gets slaughtered! She laughed at how she would have liked one of the crew’s paninis too.
Why was the “Below Deck Med” crew’s order not carried out?
the Another podcast under the bridge the hosts wondered, like many viewers, why the crew hadn’t just ordered takeout from a local restaurant instead of trying to cook the meal. “We asked them! Lauren said. “We asked them. We asked, can’t you just order for us? We would be happy to do so.
But Percenti said the guests were unfamiliar with the logistics with Covid-19 (coronavirus), so they didn’t rush the crew with the idea of taking away.
Why did the guests of “Under the Mediterranean Bridge” criticize Captain Sandy about the meal?
The guests also explained why they were so annoyed that the dinner was a failure. “So by the time we’ve been quarantined for eight days with eight people, you have to think about it,” Lauren said. “We had a kitchen. So we had to cook breakfast, lunch and dinner for eight adults on our own before we could even go.
“So we were ready to relax,” she continued. “We didn’t have our children. We had quarantined. She added, “We would cook and clean and we usually go out to eat, you know, we couldn’t even do that. So when we got up we couldn’t wait to relax and be able to eat and be taken care of. Yes the food was great, but we had just been through hell. That’s why we thought, well, that was more of a punch than usual. “
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