The chief stew from Below Deck Sailing Yacht Jenna MacGillivray appears to have gotten a lot of heat hanging out in the galley kitchen with chef Adam Glick. Several scenes of McGillivray show him working away in the kitchen and molesting (and manipulating) Glick. But it looks a bit annoyed to many viewers. One reason why viewers felt hot was that MacGillivray went to Glick on one issue with her stew with her. He also complained to Captain Glen Shepherd about deckhand Parker McCown. He suggested that he buy a vacuum in front of the guests.
Twitter has ranged from comments to being offended by the amount of flirting that MacGillivray treats her stews. “So for the entire season, Jenna is going to be coyly teasing and treating her stews like crap while trying to show off to Adam? A) Adam seems someone worth it since he’s a douche. A Person wrote, b) You look desperate. Another person tweeted, Jenna needs to stop flirting with Adam and lead by example. She is a mean girl. Why is Parker running JennaSu tattling can not have dustbuster tips without.
Chef and Stew Pantry are crammed together
One reason why it seems like MacGillivray and Glick are regularly doing together is that the stew pantry is located right next to the kitchen. MacGillivray addressed the question when he appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
“Why are you so focused on Adam and not going to be a good chief for your crew? Host Andy Cohen asked it seems like you want to encourage them rather than be rude and abusive,” this number. A question he has received.
“When I’m working in the pantry, the stew pantry, it’s also galley, so it feels like I’m with Adam all the time,” he said, telling Bravo the daily dish. “But, I’m in the stew pantry as well.”
Sailing boats have significantly less crew room than motorboats
Below Deck Sailing Yacht spectators have likely seen that Captain Glenn Shepherd is bunking with another crew member. The captain is usually the private quarters on the bottom deck and is not often seen on the show.
Shepherd told the Showbiz cheat sheet that although the sailing yacht offers the same level of luxury to guests, the crew area is quite small.
Chef Adam Glick told Vulture that the crew ended up working in close quarters as well. He said, “A sailboat is naturally half the size of a super-yacht.” You lost square footage because you’ve got to sail to add that lean, sleek line. And to do so, you lose the deck. Now you’ve got managers working in small places; He is going to his stew pantry, most likely because the chef and manager are going to work in the space, ie. It is not stable, there is a stabilizer, so when you are in the anchor, you are just rocking and rolling there.
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