Serving guests canned corn and store-bought salsa with their nachos.
Licking a raw slab of meat.
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What else could Mila Kolomeitseva from ‘Below Deck’ do to get fired from the Sirocco yacht?
How about struggling to make pancakes from a mix and serve canned fish?
It was definitely time for her to go, and Captain Sandy Yawn wasted no time in sending her off.
After all, she was a huge shock to guests and viewers alike. Between licking the meat that was to be served to the guests and then using store bought foods to serve the guests, there was no way that guests on the world-class yacht deserved this type of treatment.
It was so bad at one point, that Yawn took her guests out to lunch for their final day, and the third-stewardess Anastasia Surmava had to be put on duty for that day’s dinner service. “I was definitely super nervous,” said the experienced chef tasked with putting dinner on that day. At the same time, she knew it would not be held at fault.
“At the end of the day, this is definitely on Mila,” said Anna Surmava.
It was not easy for Captain Sandy Yawn to bid farewell to the supposed chef, despite her obvious shortcomings in the kitchen. She stated that she “[had] all the compassion in the world,” but “as a captain, I have to let you go.”
And yet, Kolomeitseva won’t give up cooking.
“It makes me feel like I want to work even harder,” she stated.
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