My Kitchen Rules – Tassie Gives Some Drama But Gets Through
Couple of things:
If James said his four years married to Melanie have been the best of his life How crap was his life beforehand? Also if Melanie speaks to her husband like that when there is a camera on him, how does she speak to James in real life?
Also no wonder he is always kissing her as he has to get his pleasure somehow, as his gonads would have shrivelled to the size of a pea.
Tonight the producers were trying to set Tasmania for a fall, and there was the disastrous main but they did enough to beat the Victorians. Hell even I could have beaten the Victorians.
Also the producers edited the Kane and Lee from Victoria that by the end of the episode I will be quite glad to see them go. Because even if WA tank tomorrow night I am sure Stefania has been working the judges well over the week to make sure they bring them over the line if their ravioli splits.
The entree tonight was prawns and Vietnamese Salad and James did most of the salad, and the dressing. The only criticism of the entree was the prawns which were deep fried were over cooked.
Then Melanie then proceeded to mutilate pieces of beautiful King Island Beef. The main was the Beef with mushrooms, and blue cheese butter.
What I couldn’t understand was why she wanted to cook the medium. She was cooking for foodies I would hve thought she would have done it medium rare. And it was but she put it back in the oven, it was cruelty to dead animals.
Kane who has a bit of bad luck this week with over cooked produce copped a really well done one. But then it gives the Vic’s justification for giving poor scores.
When Mel served the main it was nearly tears before bed time, but she pulled it together to serve a delicious profiterole with creme anglais. Now she did two batches of the anglais and one was thought to be too thin, and the other too thick. Personally I always thought it was meant to be thin.
SA gave 7, WA gave 8, NSW gave 8, Qld gave 7, and Vic in a desperate move threw them a five. For a total of 35.
Manu for the entree gave a 8, a the main a 5, and 7 for dessert.
Peter for the entree gave a 8, for the main a 4, and 8 for dessert. The total of 75 putting them in third place.
Also food blogger Essjay had some interesting things to say about the ethics of Coles serving blue fin tuna on last nights episode of My Kitchen Rules.