"We had them try to create a culinary masterpiece with crickets and beetles and nightcrawlers and worms. The results of that were very interesting," he tells TVGuide.com. "I'm the only one ... who had to eat them ... so for me it was a little bit challenging. Some dishes, I actually could see the skill in the chef and see how they incorporated it, and others were just gross."Check out Stone's interview below to find out what else to expect from the revamped Season 3 of Masters and if he would ever compete on Top Chef himself.
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