Tonight it’s Pierced Nose Chloe (sans tie dyed shirt) versus Ranger Miles and Brother Jimmy in a Pressure Test allegedly set by Nigella.
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Note how Nigella looks even younger when she’s not wearing her clingy plum dress. You can tell by her complexion she hasn’t spent much time in the Southern Hemisphere.
If you are a Nigella fan make sure you have a look around the web for her Who Do You Think You Are? episode. Her Mum was the heiress to the Lyons Coffee House fortune. Or you can just read the synopsis here BBC write-up.
Miles and Chloe did quite well last time they were in the bottom three, so perhaps Jimmy will get in a tizz tonight and go?
I was going to do a recap but had to start fast forwarding when we got the sob stories. And then Cloche 3 was lifted to show ABPC. So I’m out, but a few thoughts:
There is no way ABPC would set in the fridge for an hour. They must allow for another three hours of production time for them to really set.
Theresa needs to shut the hell up.
Watching Jimmy flap is excruciating.
Watching Nigella quote Latin at Jimmy to stop him flapping is excruciating.
I was happy to see Miles using a mandolin with the safety on. Phew.
No, Miles, your burnt soz does NOT have to go on the plate.
Even I can tell from looking at the outside of Jimmy’s lamb it’s going to be raw.
Intense Matt barely made the edit last night but he’s had a few talking heads tonight. He’s in it for the long haul.
It’s funny seeing Nigella freaking out as she realises contestants may not get elements on the plate.
OMG, Chloe – ABPC is more important than soz! Just get it on the plate already.
Nigella’s shirt looks like a black saying PJ top.
So, Jimmy is obviously going home so time to skip through the judging.
I Googled the ABPC recipe and it says minimum four hours in the fridge needed.
Urgh – all that unrendered fat on Jimmy’s lamb.
Matt’s pondering about the dessert possibly saving Jimmy is ridiculous – please just give the viewers some credit and tell it like it is.