My Kitchen Rules Wed chat.
It’s a meat challenge: pork, beef, chicken or lamb. Advantage winners Della and Tully get to choose the order in which everyone picks the meat, as only two teams can use each category of protein. But it’s a meat “three ways” comp. Remember when razors only had one blade and now have six? I expect next week’s challenge to be onion 15 ways.
They make it obvious who the threats are by making the last three “choosers” Mum and daughter, Amy and Tyson and Beardies.
Della and Tully themselves pick pork – usually a quick cook, depending on the cut.
There’s an ad saying next week is the final week of MKR, so I expect MasterChef will launch soon.
Della and Tully say meat doughnuts are a thing in Melbourne, and it appears they are right article here
I’ve had mince Piroshki from the excellent stall at the Adelaide Central Market and they are delicious, but not exactly gourmet.
The mum is getting flustered in the kitchen again, knocking a salad on the floor. And last night she lost track of time and it cost them. Daughter needs to take control and keep mum on task.
And, yet again, playing is rushed and they leave chutney off by accident.
Tyson and Amy’s beef trio looks restaurant quality. Beardies have taken the pub food route, which is their wheelhouse. Mates got a bit of airtime so could be in trouble, and maybe the midwives.
The bottom two are … midwives and Beardies. Their soz tasted burnt and their schnitty sucked – sacrilege!
They go to a sudden death dessert cook off and again it’s a trio challenge. Midwives are much more comfortable with desserts but they’ve picked chocolate, so the danger is they’ll go too sweet. The judges would be more impressed with fruity desserts, surely.
Beardies are doing a mousse trio.
The midwives are making a massive chocolate cake that only needs to feed two people, and it is only 1/3 of the dessert.
The other teams are sceptical about Beardies’ mousses -the flavour and serving three soft textures.
The judges won’t be happy with the mousse that’s just chocolate and cream.
The midwives’ dessert looks like an old school Death by Chocolate platter from a chocolate cafe. Pete will have to go for a looong surf after this. They showed different techniques at least. If only midwife No. 2 had worn her trademark off the shoulder top.
We’ve been fooled! The judges love the Beardies’ dessert. I shouldn’t have fallen for the “we don’t do desserts” edit.