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In response to the setback, Soma uses potatoes and bacon that he bought whilst shopping to create an imitation roast pork dish, which Yaeko greatly enjoys.
Despite the restaurant being saved, Joichiro decides to close it down for three years, opting to travel (and cook) abroad, and Soma is sent to the prestigious Totsuki Culinary Academy to take the entrance exam.
Soma cooks a dish from his secret menu called Transforming Seasoned Rice.
Despite being overwhelmingly impressed with his dish, Erina fails him, having taken an immediate dislike to his nonchalant and perceived cocky attitude, and feeling that her pride would be threatened if she allowed a person of his social standing to be admitted.
In December 2015, Watch ESPN's streaming features were integrated directly into the main ESPN app for Android and i OS, with the standalone Watch ESPN app discontinued on these platforms.
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The class is astonished when Chapelle smiles for the first time upon trying Soma and Megumi's dish, and proclaims that his only regret is that he cannot give them a grade higher than an A.
On the first day, Soma is paired up with Megumi, who has the worst grades among the admitted students and is one E grade away from expulsion.
The challenge is to make Beef Bourguignon to satisfy the teacher Roland Chapelle, who is known as "The Chef that Never Smiles" and is notorious for his strict grading, giving E grades to anyone who fails to earn an A.
On June 19, 2013, the service became available through Apple TV.
Watch ESPN became available on Roku streaming players on November 12, 2013.
ESPN Classic, which is phasing out linear distribution, is set to be added in 2015.