Masterchef Australia – Dream Week Bring’s Back Chris Badenoch
Chris Badenoch appears to have forgotten what it was like to be on Masterchef as a contestant as he was happy to bag out the contestant’s prepping ability on the latest episode.
It was a Dream Week service challenge and I presume cooking at Season One contestant Chris Badenoch’s restaurant Josie Bones it was to show that Masterchef Australia can make your dreams come true. And props to him he and his wife Julia are few contestants that have opened an eating establishment.
Well Rishi did not get his dream team as he was teamed with Lucy and Samira and their main dish was Pig Trotters. They also had to make kangaroo carpaccio with bone marrow croquettes and a salad of their making. Samira took the salad but had to work at the bar and if they needed to go into the kitchen they had swap out with another cook on their team.
Rishi took the lead on the trotters, with Lucy who was team captain the kangaroo and the potato mash. Samira did the Pumpkin two ways. Lucy was slow in prep and Samira was getting upset about not being able to get into the kitchen.
The blue team was headed by Lynton and they made Hangar Steak which is apparently the diaphragm of the cow, and goat curry. Emma made the salad. Lynton took the beef, of course, and Christina the goat curry. Christina made the curry too hot but managed to add cream to it to tone it down.
The blue team were slower in the kitchen but their food was judged to be the better so they won. This means Rishi, Samira and Lucy are up for elimination. It will be cold comfort for Rishi to have been told by Chris that he was the most impressive in the kitchen. I actually think it is time for Lucy to go. I used to think she was a contender but in the last week it looks like she has run out of ideas.