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I watched this show, they emphasize that the judges are completely unbiased. Traditional chicken mole is very complicated and a lot of work. For Bobby to slaughter the dish with raisins, mango, molasass was very disturbing!! I do not care who you talk too Chicken mole does not have any of those ingredients. Yet, while they are critiquing the plates, the 2 chefs are standing there in front of them, the judges clearly have not tasted traditional chicken mole. Shame on you judges for giving Bobby the win over the colorful plate over a boring traditional plate. New flash: nobody in Mexico unless they go to culinary school have used the ingredients Bobby used to make chicken mole. Chicken mole should never ever have pomegranate or mango in it! The number of times this happens, and Bobby Flay wins, is very disappointing! Also, there is a lot of times when Bobby's dish is NOT the best, and in this event it was clearly not the best! Bobby stick to what you know and do not slaughter chicken mole like you did in your show "beat bobby Flay"
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