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My Kitchen Rules – Bondi Boys Cooked Pete Evans Fantasy Menu

Luke and Scott must have been stalking judge Pete Evans around Bondi Beach cafes last year,  to find out what type of food he orders as the well known health nut, Evan’s,  must have had a culinary boner (yes it is a technical term) when he read the menu of the boys instant restaurant.

The boys had more super foods on their menu then product placement on The Block.

The menu was Zesty Prawn Salad, main was Twice Cooked Spatchcock with Coconut Kale Salad and faro, and dessert was Spelt, Berry and Macaroon Tart.

Pete Evans thought they may have been using superfood for the sake of using them, well he had to say something negative about it. When Pete was talking about the tart he mentioned that coconut was a super food. Fabulous so that means Cherry Ripes are go. This health food thing is not so difficult after all. It was good to see the super food white wine being used as well

Luke and Scott are very much pushing the healthy lifestyle schtick in fact Luke gave stern lectures to camera about the fats in avocado which did give the viewer a break from the usual bitching from some of the other contestants.

The bitching was going in circles with Candice and Lisa  bitching about everything and Joanna from SA bitching about them. Again the mother and daughter pair were in matching outfits, which is amazing they found so many similar outfits for the show. I still suspect they were told to dress that way.

Also it was a wonder they did not bitch about the cheap looking door bell on a multi-million dollar house where the boys were cooking!

There were no issues for the boys in prep time though I noted they did not get their fresh fruit and vegetables from Coles! However they did make up for it by using Campbells Stock when making their faro.

Their first course was prepped well in advance left in the fridge, which made me hope they brought it up to room temperature before serving. Scott who doesn’t eat squid, octopus and cuttlefish for moral reasons doesn’t appear to have a problem with prawns. They also made an chilli lime aoili but what was surprising was half way through the so called personal trainers had to swap the mixing role as Scott was tuckered out.

Also it was no surprise they served the entree on wooden boards which was the big trend in 2012.

The entree was thought to be delicious and even Dan from Queensland who is suspicious of healthy food thought it was fabulous. Candice declared that she too is a health nut and does not cook with butter and oil. Later on she said she was a perfectionist, a healthy self esteem is a good thing but she has it on turbo.

Jenna who finds the boys “inspirating” confessed to a love of dessert so much she wept.

After a perfect start the boys did have a hiccup in the kitchen when they burnt the Kale and Coconut Salad which was disappointing as I would have been interested to know what it tasted like as it did seem a clever way of cooking kale. Also they overcooked the spatchcock and their faro coagulated. Lisa bitching was right this time when she said the kale salad was in fact a garnish.

Her snarking continued saying the Spelt, Berry, and Macaroon Tart was easy to do but as Dan pointed out if it was so easy why didn’t she do it and if she had she would not be bottom of the table.

Again the boys plated the dessert on wooden boards, in fact the ones the prawns were served on so hope they were washed well. No one thought the flat boards were impractical, but it meant instead of pouring the creme anglais, the tart had to be dunked in it.

However Pete thought the dessert was exciting to eat, clearly those super foods in the earlier courses were going to his brain. However Lisa complained there was too much fibre in the meal, quite frankly she could do with a good dose.

For the first time ever the meals got four perfect tens for the judges for their entrees and dessert, however for main with Manu only  a four, and Pete a five.

Even Candice and Lisa scored the meal an eight, however Lisa wanted to give a seven due to the miniscule bit of prawn shell she had found in her entree. All other teams gave them eight except for a generous Qld team who gave them a nine.

They scored a total of 90 points which shoots them to the top of the score board and is one of the highest scores ever given for an instant restaurant, only Rocco and Nic from last year scored higher.

It was great to finally see some good cooking on the show instead of bitching, and showed the boys were not just a well honed six pack but are a force in the competition.

My Kitchen Rules on SEVEN, Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm.

97 comments

1 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 9:10 am }

I read that by overcooking the kale, the guys may as well not served it at all because most, if not all of the health benefits would have been euchred.

http://www.infobarrel.com/Kale_Nutrition_Facts_The_Best_Way_to_Cook_This_Superfood_Extraordinaire

It was a Bondi bluff.

2 A.P { 02.14.13 at 9:19 am }

How come they are allowed to use stock but not curry paste?
I agree their meals looked great, shame about the kale, it looked yummy before they burnt it.
I would have preferred the dessert being served a different way than on a board.
The two witches of Westwick need to chill out, they are not happy with anything. The matching outfits are wearing thin and the m um looks more attractive than the daughter.
The boys did a great job.

3 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 9:28 am }

The curry paste in question is three bucks a jar in Coles.

Obviously , there have been no kickbacks from the paste manufacturers to MKR as there have been from Campbell’s and their stock, which is scattered around the kitchens we see like autumn leaves..

One is”cheating”, the other is “business”. Load of crap, MKR.

4 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 9:30 am }

RR – excited too about Cherry Ripe being a superfood. Although I prefer to consume mine after they’ve been in the freezer for a bit.

I am, however, starting to despair about the direction the prodcuers are taking MKR. These trumped up villains and the snarking and back biting etc is just awful. Their rating may be good, now but I think peopel will turn off it continues on this trajectory of shlock.

They need to remember the huge ratings of Masterchef in season 1 – it was the first example of how competition shows could be popular without the nastiness. I dont follow the current MC professionals now because I dont enjoy watching the restaurant challenges – reminds me of Ramsay’s show and all that running around with little focus ont he food isn’t entertaining.

Agree with all the other commentators who have said that it took almost 3 weeks to find a team that could cook which means all the other wannabees were hired because of their “entertainment” value.

Vomit.

Hear that Shine?

5 drb123 { 02.14.13 at 9:31 am }

Can’t see these guys progressing once the kitchen central section of the competition starts. It seems like they picked dishes that appealed to the broad audience and I don’t know that healthy food will give them the options that copious amounts of butter gives the other teams. They may have shot their wad.

Pleasantly surprised at the score the mother daughter team gave, very decent despite the constant picking on the food.

Still rather keen on the pissed-off Rose Byrne from the SA team

6 Lizzielou { 02.14.13 at 9:33 am }

B1 & B2 (WA team in matching yellow – my eyes felt assaulted) seemed to nit pick all evening – “my lemon wedge fell over” yet scored quite reasonably. Someone should have reminded B2 that it’s not a fine dining competition so stop expecting things to be at that standard.

7 Mrs T { 02.14.13 at 9:36 am }

I agree with you Bolders, the good cop bad cop thing is a little OTT and when the “intruders” come on board does that mean we have to see everyone cook again? they did the whip around twice last year and it was too much.
There was an unprecidented amount of common sense being displayed in the kitchen last night, it made for a nice change. I love the Bondi guys but I’m a bit worred as well that once they get to “kitchen stadium” they might be limited. Michelle Bridges suffered a bit in Master Chef celebrity for the same reason (now that’s going back a bit)

8 A.P { 02.14.13 at 9:38 am }

BDD@3, my husband said to tell you he totally agrees with you its a load of crap!

9 Reality Raver { 02.14.13 at 9:41 am }

AP and BDD – the paste was the fundamental component of the dish as in it gave all of the flavour and that would have been what they were judging. Whereas the faro in stock was a side bit and they dudded it anyway. It would have been interesting if the WA pair had used Campbell’s stock in their Seafood Casserole what the judges would have said then!

Lizzielou = good point

drb123 – she does look like Rose byrne and clearly she is giving you a culinary boner.

Bolders – must try the cherry ripe in the freezer trick. I am liking MC Prof because the cooking is soo good, in fact think they could turn up the drama a bit would like to see more interactions between the cooks.

BDD – Bugger about that kale stuff, I am not a fan of it steamed or sauteed thought roasting might be the way to go

10 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 9:43 am }

Mrs T – @7: Might as well be watching an episode the Hills for all the orchestrated drama on MKR this season.
Groan. It started with Thomas last season.

Damn you Thomas!

11 Reality Raver { 02.14.13 at 9:44 am }

Mrs T – I have to ask are you related to Dr T? Agree re: Michelle Bridges but she was there to push her healthy eating on MC, as I suspect the boys are as well. Most of these contestants seem to have an eye on post reality show careers.
They were very good around the kitchen the way they deboned and rolled those spatchcocks was pretty good and it did not take them all night either.

12 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 10:01 am }

‘snark’ is such an expressive word – I love it!

I also loved Manu and Pete’s comments – beautiful!

About stock – while a curry paste doesn’t take a long time – doesn’t good stock, especially the jelly type stuff? But I get the point where does it all finsish? Is bottled chopped garlic and ginger OK? Powdered spices? Dessicated coconut?

13 Stephanie { 02.14.13 at 10:02 am }

Where are these guys from again?

14 Dunbi { 02.14.13 at 10:02 am }

Epic fail – the lemon fell over! How calm and organised they were in the kitchen. I do wonder why people don’t use cooking timers. The timer on my microwave gets far more use than the microwave oven itself. I’m hoping the prawn salad and berry tart recipes are on site. It’s the first time I’ve wanted to make anything from any of the episodes so far.

15 Lizzielou { 02.14.13 at 10:04 am }

Dunbi – the recipes are on the website, paid a visit this morning – I too am keen to make the prawn salad & tart :) Just make sure your lemon stays put, please. Ah B2…

16 sue { 02.14.13 at 10:13 am }

Morning, i really enjoyed last nights show, as it was more about the cooking, I am over the mother / daughteer/bitches wearing matching outfits people just dont do that any more…… well done boys you stayed calm, accepted the comments and served nice meals. dont worry about that bloody lemon if thats the only fault B1 and B2 could give you doing alright….. hope they go soon

17 Isabel { 02.14.13 at 10:42 am }

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m sure I heard one of the boys say compartalised when making the custard – I think he meant separated!

Are the boys a couple of the close variety?:-)

18 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 10:45 am }

I’m an old Trigg beach girl from way back so I loved the theme. I liked the shack in the yard and the rustic accessories. Not sure about the use of the boards twice. But I disagree with the girl from Fountain Lakes that every meal should have a different kind of plate. It sounded like she meant dinner set.

Those boys reminded me of my son who is a really good cook. Except that he is the king of cooking any kind of meat so I think his spatchcock would have been good. He would be good on this show with my Japanese daughter.

MKR next time get rid of the ott villain formula because it makes me think that you think we are stupid. You don’t need to worry; if they have flaws I’m sure the viewing public will find them without you staging it.
Having said that I couldn’t be in the same room as the Alice girls. But they seem more genuine in their annoying behaviour.

19 auds { 02.14.13 at 10:47 am }

Loved seeing the boys do well – and with their healthy style of cooking as well. I have noticed kale in the shops everywhere lately, it must be the latest wank food.

Being from Busso my husband and I know Lisa’s parents quite well. Such a lovely couple, especially her dad – a gentle soul who would give you the shirt off his back. He is old school polite – a Scottish man who still treats a lady like a lady!!

The poor man must be wondering what hit him!

20 Anna { 02.14.13 at 10:53 am }

B1 & B2 will be wearing matching cannery yellow dresses tonight. Saw the promo …

Getting tired of B1 constantly saying ‘its easy! I can do that!’ If you can then why the hell didn’t you?

21 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 10:57 am }

You got it, Isabel #17. He said “compartialised ” and I mentioned this to my friend last night. I was inspirated to Google it and lo and behold,it has sod all to do with cooking.

$hakespeare invented over 400 words still in common usage today~like “sizzling” for example but these barely literate reality tv wankers are a disgrace.

Re the glorified chopping boards. Too bad if your guests end up writhing on the throne,$hitting through the eye of a needle.

22 2ndhand { 02.14.13 at 11:07 am }

The “too much fibre” comment was just BEGGING for a comeback from one of the dinner guests. I thought of many right up. Wonder if anyone did say anything, but it did not make it to air – I mean, B1 & B2 seem to have an (almost exclusive) airtime monopoly on bitchy comments

23 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 11:07 am }

The unusual PT training
Make that aioli!

On the matching dresses – Anna at 20 – ‘cannery’ is a freudian slip I think? Ha ha! Canary with matching flowers. A woman of a certain age with the flower tucked behind the ear doeesn’t look right to me.

24 Groobs { 02.14.13 at 11:12 am }

Thsoe Bondi boys – swoon.
re the villains – I do wander if the ratings would be so high if they did not have the uber-villains – it seems these are the most talked about teams – and this is what is creating quite a hubub around MKR.

25 Dunbi { 02.14.13 at 11:14 am }

Surely the timber boards were fresh ones. Otherwise they would have had to scrub them all and get them dry in time for dessert. I did wonder how they were going to pour the custard over the tart. Didn’t really like the idea of dunking the pie.

26 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 11:28 am }

I am not a fan of the wooden boards at all – things tend to leak on to one’s clothes from the food on the board. Like the steak place nearby that insists on slapping their t-bone on a wooden board with the salad.
It’s one of the reasons why oh, I don’t know, plates have an upturned rim.

To me it’s a utensil – Might as well serve food on the blade of kitchen axe.

27 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 11:38 am }

Why not an orthodox plate instead of going for “trendy” and risking blowing your guests colons to smithereens or ruining their clothes?

In Bolders’ situation, you’d be quite entitled to hit the establishment with a dry cleaning bill.

28 Dunbi { 02.14.13 at 11:39 am }

Now there’s an idea Bolders, and if you didn’t enjoy the meal you could just chop off their heads.
Thanks Lizzielou. I have printed them off and I will be mindful of the lemon.

29 Mrs T { 02.14.13 at 11:56 am }

RR the irony is I’m married to a Dr T in “real life” I actually asked him if he was Dr T (kind of hoping he secretly was) but no…
Bondi guys photo on news.com, too bad OH&S prevents them from dressing like that on the show :)
http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/team-nsw-makes-my-kitchen-rules-history-with-four-perfect-scores/story-e6frfmq9-1226577462408

30 Carmen { 02.14.13 at 12:01 pm }

Ha, Isabel#17 & BDD@21, I too noticed the “compartmentalized”……no, it’s not I yelled at them, you’ve split/separated it. How would they ever arrive at using that word.

I hate the fad of serving food on boards. I blame Jamie Oliver.

31 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 12:11 pm }

Groobs@23 I think the others might get talked about more if they had more airtime. We managed to talk about Zoe on BB and she didn’t do much.

I think those boys bought those silver cups for the show because when Sam raised his it looked like the sticker was on the base.
(Eagle eye …..it’s called doing a Petal)

32 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 12:18 pm }

It took a long while before kale is available here. I remember having them in LA in 2009. Very popular in LA. I couldn’t find any when I came back. Now it is available in the market.

I love them because they don’t go soft when cooked.

RR-Try pan roasting them

I thought it was BS to say that natural sugar is better. Have they heard of raw sugar?

BTW Luke is into Paleo diet and that includes lots of fats but good fats.

I love all 3 dishes.

33 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 12:27 pm }

Me too little Petal. I’m going to try the ‘twice cooked’ now. I love meat rolls. Do you know if it’s ordinary glad wrap that they poach in? Wouldn’t it melt? I was scanning the bench for glad wrap but I guess the company hadn’t paid.

BTW These shows used to inspire me to cook. Now their just inspiring me to villainy.

34 Dr T { 02.14.13 at 12:28 pm }

I am getting progressively more pissed off with MKR… just when we finally get a team who can cook, the producers have to start ramming the intruders down our throat… FFS, we only just got rid of the Spice Girls.

I confirm Mrs T’s statement – in any even, T isn’t part of my surname. My Mrs T bearly tolerates my reality TV cooking show obsession.

I am hoping against hope that there is a season 2 of MCP, but with the ratings the way they are I don’t think that’ll happen.

35 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 12:30 pm }

Also finely slice kale and cook it with eggs/onions etc for an omelete.

36 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 12:31 pm }

Dr T Are you implying that your Mrs T is a bit of a ‘bear’?
Lol. It happens to all of us.
RR you might feel better now.

37 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 12:38 pm }

Daisy – I think it is glad wrap. They do it in MC all the time. Please use Glad wrap and not the other brands as you can’t be sure of the quality of the plastics. At least Glad is BPA free (hope they are not lying)

Agree with Dr T. We don’t need another lot of foul mouth critics. Less is more according to Manu

38 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 1:04 pm }

Littlepetal: less is more according to Manu unless it’s sauce. Or as Manu says, Soss. In that case, more is not enough.

39 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 1:14 pm }

I loved Manu’s commenting that he didn’t care the food was healthy. It sounded a bit like he was implying, “It’s healthy but I won’t hold it against you”.
Thanks Little Petal. I always use gladwrap because it’s the only one that I can get of the roll.
As soon as the weather cools down I’m going to try poaching.

40 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 1:30 pm }

Was thinking last night about Cupcake and her mangling of the English language. We’ve all had our guffaws about it (prime suspect is moi ) but why can’t someone pull her aside as say “Love, I said, pet, insipirated is not a word. You’ve been flogging that dead horse for two dinners now and it ain’t moving. Put down the pink frosting, dry those tears your have for the love of food and pick up a dictionary and open it at I, now go to words begining with IN.”

41 Maz { 02.14.13 at 1:33 pm }

Kale seems to be all the rage on Gardening Australia for the past couple of years so I guess its the in thing at the moment.

Now, I am waiting for the instant restaurant which harvests it salad locally.
http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s3606784.htm

42 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 1:45 pm }

Bolders, if she had half a brain she would notice everyone at the table laughing at her when she says it. Maybe she does and she thinks dumb=cute and sexy. I hope she doesn’t get her hooks into Sam or Luke(?) I think they’re the two on whom she aiming giggly, girlish ‘charm’. Again I am reminded, “Whatever happened to Baby Jane?”

You know what I think of the criers. I’ll put it like Cameron, “Shut up”. But this girl took out the crying cupcake last night. What an idiot!”
BTW I’m OK if people cry when someone dies or other such tragedies.

43 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 1:51 pm }

Although she probably just did it for the airtime. Which is different from the beret girl in the last MC who really was crying all over the place.

44 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 2:51 pm }

Conspiracy theory 1: the Bondi boys have been brought in to MKR so 7 can introduce them to an audience before they host some sort of surf/beach and cooking show . Could explain why the other MKR contestants are so gimicky/crap.

45 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 3:24 pm }

That’s what I reckon Bolders; trust no-one.

46 Chunks { 02.14.13 at 3:33 pm }

HER LEMON FELL OVER!!!!

47 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 3:35 pm }

It’s all a farce Chunks. The witches still gave them an 8 – even though her lemon fell over.

48 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 3:37 pm }

Oh, there’ll be a sound Astrological explanation for the lemon falling over.

Or was it in the Tarot cards?

Horse meat in spaghetti bolognese,kebabs and burgers scandal just breaking in the U.K. Yorkshire and Wales meat plants under suspicion..

49 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 3:46 pm }

Horses dont suffer from mad cow disease. They probably thought they were doing the public a service.

50 Suziekue { 02.14.13 at 3:49 pm }

Those Bondi boys could serve me a fresh sh*t sandwich and they could still put their shoes under my bed anytime, sametime, all the time.

51 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 3:50 pm }

I just saw Black Caviar on TV and she looks great. Go ,baby,go.

Will be a thrill to see her again on Saturday.

52 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 3:52 pm }

The Horse Food Council (UK division) should sign up Jamie Oliver. That barrow boy can sell ice to the eskimos.

53 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 4:12 pm }

He is good MSW @51. I like his turn on MC last year.

54 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 4:39 pm }

Suziekue, rubber thongs under my bed yes, beach sand between the sheets, yes but not the sandwhich.

55 Suziekue { 02.14.13 at 4:45 pm }

Ahhh Daisy, a couple of rubbers under the bed, couple o ciggies for afters – yep for that I’d make the sangers. Ooopsy ….. :”>

56 Georgie { 02.14.13 at 4:46 pm }

Interesting that NSW are represented by the worst and the best teams this series.

The Brutey Queens are getting a bad edit like the Space Girls. All that sneering and snarking and snapping and smirking is probably happening at some time other than where it’s spliced into the footage. Poor little femmes fatale.

57 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 4:51 pm }

Suzie hahahahahahahahahahaha!
Not sure about letting you make the sangers tho’.
See Wes.

58 nanaliz { 02.14.13 at 5:00 pm }

I felt as though the wicket witches were a bit subdued last night. Either editing or someone upped them about behavior. Although ads look like they were saving it up for tonight and Monday.

59 Suziekue { 02.14.13 at 5:07 pm }

Lol @ Daisy!!! You little cross poster you!!! Well you could make the chicken sangers and we could share ;)

60 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 5:30 pm }

WA mum still say something like I can do that in tonight episode. LOL

61 A.P { 02.14.13 at 5:38 pm }

Couple from tonight are featured in our local paper today, they haven’t given anything away except to say that they had no idea that it would be shown on Valentine’s Day.
Surely they can’t do any worse than the Witches of Westwick?
But then again………. you never know.

62 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 5:44 pm }

Suzie, the sangers or the boys? Cause my favourite’s tall blondie.

Forget the chicken. We’d be eating spatchcock.

63 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 5:55 pm }

Comments 54-62
I find the objectivization of fellow men offensive!

(Ha ha … nah)

64 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 6:03 pm }

Muststop I know. Ooooowahhh! MKR uplate.

We’re just a couple of macaroon tarts.

65 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 6:04 pm }

From what I’ve seen, Sausages Inc.start blueing in the kitchen tonight. Mrs Sausage asks Mr Sausage to stop sledging her. He’s obviously not all ears about it.

I ‘d hoped for something a little more inspirating on Valentine’s Day…like him producing the sausage and giving it to her on the kitchen bench, with plenty of mayonnaise.

66 Dr T { 02.14.13 at 6:09 pm }

Hey bdd @ 51… I reckon MCP should do Black Cavair lasange… that’d be a 3 Michelen star dish

67 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 6:16 pm }

I hear you Dr T.

“Service! Horse d’ouvres , Horse d’ouvres, Horse d’ouvres , Horse d’ouvres!”

68 Reality Raver { 02.14.13 at 6:24 pm }

Mrs T – that is hilarious if Dr T had been your hubby and you had not known he was commenting on the blog it might have been a bit like that Barry Manilow song “If you like pina coladas…” sorry don’t know the title of it.

Dr T -Agree I would like a second series of Masterchef The Professionals. They are two different shows even if they are about cooking you can watch then back to back which I do and both are entertaining in their own way.

Daisy and Susiekue – the bondi boys are not my type at all. Not into the gym junkies.

69 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 6:30 pm }

Emma don’t like ‘em pumped up.
But I do like a lean surfer bod.

Don’t worry Emma, I wouldn’t know what to do with them.

Mrs and DocT. It would be like “You’ve got mail”.

70 Reality Raver { 02.14.13 at 6:33 pm }

Daisy – If you had to I am sure you would cope. He is on twitter at @bondipt but beware he tweets about coconut water. Is that one way of getting on Pete Evan’s good side.

71 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 6:41 pm }

RR Your’e killing me. Ha ha!

Once upon a time maybe.

I’ll drag the string bikinis out and see if they still fit.

72 Gabby { 02.14.13 at 7:18 pm }

Daisy, I would love to see you in your string bikini!

73 Isabel { 02.14.13 at 7:21 pm }

Daisy, I reckon the tall blond bats for the other side:-)

74 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 7:21 pm }

They’ve been in mothballs for thirty years.

75 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 7:27 pm }

Awwwh, Isabel. Damn. I thought my chances were good.

Has anyone noticed he looks a bit likes Fryzee/Fitzy?
I never thought about him looking gay. I was just thinking he had one of those faces that didn’t look too bright.
He seems a nice goofy guy.

76 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 7:49 pm }

Hervey Bay couple are heart attacks waiting to happen.

77 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 7:51 pm }

Dr T, you are on stand by

78 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 8:07 pm }

How come everyone knows instinctively that the optimal confit oil temperature is 60 degrees C?

79 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 8:16 pm }

Leave Jenna alone!!!

80 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 8:22 pm }

I’d love to give Jenna a make under.

You wouldn’t recognise her.

81 annajjj { 02.14.13 at 8:30 pm }

Did I hear right? Did Jenna just say she was hoping for a cornell of icecream?

82 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 8:36 pm }

Sausage fingers picking through icecream prior to serving. Blluurrggghhhh.

83 annajjj { 02.14.13 at 8:42 pm }

Sausage fingers on everything

84 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 8:44 pm }

Daisy at 80.
I would recognise her level 1 soul.

85 Bolders { 02.14.13 at 8:46 pm }

Yep Annajjj – she said Cornell but she could’ve meant Colonel.

86 Golo i Wesolo { 02.14.13 at 9:07 pm }

BDD, how can a human being (is that a fair description of you?) get that excited about seeing a horse? Is there a unfulfilled fantasy here?

87 Muststopwatching { 02.14.13 at 9:24 pm }

Poster at 86 = Speciesist

88 brain dead dave { 02.14.13 at 9:53 pm }

Sure it’s fair description of me, Trollo.

I wouldn’t expect a gay hating ,racist piece of garbage like you to know shit from clay about it.

I’ll add history to the list of things you are ignorant of.

89 A.P { 02.14.13 at 10:03 pm }

Not great publicity for Scotty the butcher. I’m happy the way my town was shown and so exciting to see MY Coles where I shop every week!
Its only about a five minute drive from where they live so no dramas with travelling for hours to shop.
Not my type of food either and I also don’t like fingers in the ice cream or fatty looking bacon.
Still, they beat the witches of Westwick which is the main thing.

90 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 10:53 pm }

Been watching the prep. I feel sick. Their stomachs are going to feel like lead. They’ve just poured the cola on the bacon.
Cookie dough in the ice-cream. Yuk, yuk and yuk. Only 10 minutes in and I have just put on 10kg from watching.
AP watching ver carefully for you.
Yes, really bad publicity for the butcher.

Little Petal did you see Kung Fu Kitchen on SBS today?
I love roti chennai. It’s Malaysian. Do you know anywhere in Singapore where I can get it?

91 Golo i Wesolo { 02.14.13 at 10:56 pm }

BDD, maybe you are ignorant of the fact that horse racing is one of the most corrupt ‘sports’. What’s there to enjoy? And why mention Black Caviar in a discussion about MKR? Are you losing the plot?

92 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 11:01 pm }

Daisy, miss Kung Fu Kitchen. Will try to watch it online. In Singapore, Roti Canai is known as Roti Pratha. Of course there are some famous ones but you have to travel miles to taste those.
You still can find good ones in food court. Food courts are everywhere. Most shopping will have one.

93 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 11:07 pm }

Daisy, I meant to say most shopping malls will have stalls that sell zRoti Pratha/Canai.

94 Littlepetal { 02.14.13 at 11:07 pm }

Daisy, I meant to say most shopping malls will have stalls that sell Roti Pratha/Canai.

95 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 11:09 pm }

Terima kasih, Petal.

96 Suziekue { 02.14.13 at 11:14 pm }

Can someone tell the Cupcake “I work in an upmarket patisserie” Queen, that cutesy pie coquettishness might look endearing in a teensy 4 year old girl, but just looks plain silly on a 20 something.

@ RR – those Bondi boys might be gym junkies, but they could junk my gym anytime they like. Particularly if, as Daisy says @62 *points to Daisy*, they served up spatchcocks.

@ Isobel #73 *sticks fingers in ears* lalalalalalalalala

97 Daisy { 02.14.13 at 11:14 pm }

OMG Kim from Fountain Lakes and her powers. Now that’s annoying and hillarious. Suffer diners.