In the next episode of “Here It All Begins”… With Swan closing in, Clotilde and Joachim make peace. Meanwhile, Tony and Gaitan get what they want.
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Wednesday 10 August Here it all begins …
The deputy stresses the swan
The police listened to Noémie and gave all the information they had about her kidnapper. Although she never saw her captor’s head, Chief Matrett is sure it was a man, which exonerates Chief Cardone. Indeed, Enzo concludes that Swan is necessarily the culprit.
When Elliot, Enzo, and Salome advise Matrit’s chief to go and rest, the latter refuses because he thinks of everything that happened to her every time she closes her eyes. To clear her mind, Noémie goes to the kitchen but struggles to focus before she bursts into tears. A moment later, Chefs Delobel and Teyssier arrived. They want her to stop playing the warrior but Noémie, who is satisfied in the kitchen, still wants to continue competing. Although they didn’t think it was a good idea, they agreed to let her take over.
Later, Salome joins Noémie in the kitchen hoping to learn more about her family. According to her memories, in the cellar in which she was kept, there was a smell of pastries and, more precisely, fragrant oil of green tangerines.
Next, he finds Salomé Swan by the pool but is interrupted by President Cardone who has just been released from police custody. In fact, Annabelle had an excuse to assault Enzo, threatening marks on the wall or Greg’s drowning. So she is innocent. Sure someone would want to kick her out, she’s more determined than ever to win the championship with Swan by her side.
In the afternoon, Salomé and Swan walk hand in hand in the gardens of the Beaumont Hotel. Seeing them from afar, Enzo drifts away and tries to get Salomé to listen to the reason for Swan’s true nature. However, she firmly believes in the setting and fiercely advocates for her boyfriend.
Back in the kitchen, Salome immediately smells of green mandarin essential oil. She then explains to Anaïs that the man who kidnapped Noémie used her to make pastries. Immediately, the two young women consult the table and discover with astonishment that the person who cooked just a little earlier is none other than Swan.
Clotilde and Joachim make peace
Although still upset with Clotilde, Joachim got up early to purchase equipment at Nimes. While he’s repairing the steam oven, Chef Armand joins him in telling him it’s childish to take a dip again. As the young man sees that the way I spoke to him the day before is not normal, Clotilde declares that she is always quick and direct with everyone when she is in the kitchen. Unfortunately, the couple ends up arguing again.
Later, Joachim and Clotilde were called to the director’s office to get a little clarification. Indeed, their confusion the day before had already roamed the Institute. When Clotilde claims that this story has been settled, Joachim said that they should stop working together so that it would be easier for everyone. Seeing the tune rise, Antoine steps in and summons them to put their ego aside to act without screaming or drama. And to add that if this continues, Joachim will not be able to survive.
Finally, Joachim and Clotilde make peace. After apologizing to each other, they decide to set some rules so as not to confuse everything. He then promises Joachim that it will be his top priority if he encounters a problem while on duty. Clotilde, for its part, will be careful not to overstress the tension. Immediately after that, they accept.
Tony and Gatan get what they want
Mr. Kaplan meets with Tony, Gaitan and Laetitia at the Table des Rivières to learn more about the two young men’s project. By taking things straight in hand, click-and-collect owner Leticia makes her friend believe that her friend is a former graduate student at the Institut Auguste Armand. Entering his game, Tony explains that he wants to cook without fuss: zucchini dumplings, tempura, croque monsieur. He may like the idea, but Mr. Kaplan still wants to taste his cooking before making a decision.
Soon, Tony and Gaitan enter the kitchen and say the failure is bitter. When the croque-monsieur is burnt, Gaëtan scrapes the top with a knife and adds a little cream to make it edible. When Mr. Kaplan points out that there is a bit of a burnt aftertaste, Tony claims it’s a hot trend in Finland. Convinced, Mr. Caplain agrees that Tony and Gaëtan take over the task of clicking and assembling.