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The littlest — for the most part!
We didn’t just have our Little Chefs in the studio today (cooking up competition for judge Jacques Pepin and his granddaughter, Shorey) — we had little animals in, too!
Specifically, we had four baby animals strolling (and jumping!) around our living room, and we couldn’t have loved it more.
First guy up: a 2-month-old baby water buffalo named Otis, freshly fluffed and skipping to set. Look at that prance!
Still, Rachael was a little worried, and Jarod said that was more than fair, especially because, “Rachael and I have worked with a lot of milks over the years, for different animals, and water buffalo milk is the smelliest of all the milks.”
Thanks for the FYI, Jarod!
Of course, the adorable water buffalo wasn’t our only special guest. Our animal pro also brought with him Bindi the bettong (the smallest kind of kangaroo) and a red-eyed tree frog (one of the smallest animals ever on the show!).
But as Jarod warns, “I decided to bring something little, but it’s going to get extremely big!”
Just how big? Try baby camel-big! Enter Sierra, the long-lashed baby camel who’s just under a year old — despite her enormous size.
See her and all our baby animal guests in action in the video above!