Thanks for sharing all of that. I always suspected that there was a lot of BS that goes on behind the scenes/gets "cut" in editing, but I never knew that it was that bad.
For whatever it's worth, just know that even in the edited, spun, crap they aired, you still came out looking like you should have won that round.
Every time I try a new, self-proclaimed steakhouse, I order my steak black n' blue or Pittsburgh blue(as I've also heard it called). I can count on 1 hand the number of places that knew what that was and on 2 fingers the number of them that did it perfectly.
Your show was clearly a case of Scott not knowing a perfect filet even if was staring him in the face.
On a side note I had no idea that taro root was toxic raw.... I always cook it, but I am a bit shocked/embraced that never knew and it's not marked on the packaging.
Can the calcium-oxalate be absorbed through the skin, and or are the gloves just to avoid cross contamination?