Which GMA anchors have the best cooking skills?

Weekend GMA anchors face off in the kitchen for an Italian cooking competition.
3:30 | 12/30/17

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Test Text1 plain I'll be the first to admit I'm not a huge cook though I've been known to make mean toast for my son. And quinoa. In the microwave. Mine begins and ends with popcorn. Our team, we put on our aprons and rolled up our sleeves and went at it, guys versus girls who could whip up the finest Italian cuisine. Are you confident go we got this. We might be a man down but it doesn't matter. I don't want to hurt their feelings too badly. Let them down -- hey, we know exactly what we're doing. I'm on the dough. You're on the pesto. I will a watch and encourage. Come on. Jump in. I will a cut some stuff. Bring it. Chef Brian, what are we going to be make flag we will be making a mushroom risotto with spinach and ricotta ravioli. It'll be flour, eggs, oils and salt. Flat, Ack. Then separate it with the one hand. I expect you to do the one-hand separation. Thanks. Oop. I think I nailed it. I. 0, god. That wasn't technically perfect. The one-handed egg mash. Nice. One, two. Did you do olive oil. Olive oil. Very good. Why are we helping them? I have a been kneading for about four minutes and feels like an eternity. You're doing a great job, rolling, rolling, rolling. Hey, Claiborne, this is what it's supposed to look like. Okay? Are you juggling our dough? You just mixed my dough up with yours. Get. Mine is better. Yours is different. Oh, my gosh, what am I supposed to do with it when it gets -- Adrienne. ??? When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie that's Amore ??? We'll fold it over and cut the raviolis. Karate chop them. Is he dropping them in too daintily or forcefully. Neither. Perfectly. Cooking in general takes a lot of time. So much easier to have somebody else do it. Hey, guys, if you want to see how it's done see over here. I like the strategy of being one step behind them so that we can see what they're doing. And now what we'll do is keep ladling liquid into it. Oh. You got to have a little flame. Opa. Showtime, ladies. We know about sears. We'll see who won this challenge here. That's definitely Al Dente. That's like a pound of cheese and butter That's not a good thing. I would like the girls' risotto better but the guys' ravioli better. What does that mean? It's a tie. It was unanimous ours is better. That's good. The reason why all of this tastes good is because we're working with three amazing chefs. Thank you. All: Happy holidays. I for got we were -- I didn't know we were doing that. Okay, that was hilarious. They stole our dough. Seriously. That's thought true. Ravioli turned out great. Thanks to my dough that you juggled and mixed up like switcharoo. And chef Brian from Hudson table, chef Brian was really helping you guys so it was four against two. Four dudes against -- well, we had four ladies actually? We all agree the guys won so that's cool in no, we won on the risotto. I'm just saying. "Pop news" is coming up next

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