Christine and John take a road trip to Dallas where their friend, Michael Chen, lives. Michael was also a contestant on MasterChef U.S. season 3, and even though Christine and Michael competed against each other, they remain good friends long after the season’s production. Michael shows Christine and John true Texan hospitality by taking them to eat a bunch of great food. From Mexican to ramen, the three of them spend the weekend doing what they do best: eating, drinking, and talking about eating and drinking.
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