My Kitchen Rules – Just As Well The Judges Have The Scoring Power
Thankfully the judges have the majority of the points to give out on My Kitchen Rules as the other teams should not have the power at this stage of the competition to decide the fate of the other teams. There is $250,000 at stake.
Chloe and Kelly scored low as they see them as a threat and don’t want the South Australian mums there in finals week, and Thalia and Bianca are trying to save their position in the competition. Thalia trying to keep her sweet image said “I don’t wish them to fail”. Oh bollocks of course they want them to stuff up.
The WA girls picked dishes they knew were more difficult. Paul and Blair who are being painted as the gentlemen of the contestants said the girls were playing strategy. Lucky for the boys they don’t have to play those games, but I am not quite believing they should be nominated for sainthood next.
As we all know these things are manipulated like the so called feud between the Chloe and Kelly and the twins apparently they have been painting the town red together. See article here.
The already tense relationship between Bree and Jessica got worst when Jessica poured the stock down the sink. Bree looked pissed but did not let fly as she probably knew Jessica will get even more emotional and flaky if she criticises too much. However she did give her a tickle up about the lack of sweetness of the vanilla ice cream.
The entrees were Stuffed Sardines with an Orange Reduction, and Eggplant and Haloumi Fritters. The sardines looked high end but the fritters did look more cafe style.
Pete loved the sardines and thought the flavours they got were great but the fish was overcooked. Manu said his fritter was nice but it was too simple.
Vikki and Helena ordered the fritters and were probably peeved they had not thought of the Greek style dish for themselves.
Unfortunately most of their diners ordered the Chicken Mole and it was not good. Pete said it was far to sweet and they should have not used the chicken breast. Manu however loved the Pig’s Cheeks and scored it a ten. Chloe then said she was very jealous of Manu’s but she deliberately picked the harder dishes. By they way I thought Chloe looked stunning in that blue jumpsuit.
After the Mole review Jessica was in tears. She was also struggling making the star anise churros for dessert which was served with Coconut Flan. Jessica ended up leaving the kitchen in tears. Their other dessert was Roasted Peach with Marscapone ice cream. Pete struggled to get his spoon into the peach. If it is meant to be fine dining why is there no fork to use.
Manu loved the flan and the churros but did not think it went together. Pete loved his dessert as the ice cream was not too sweet.
WA – 4
Tas – 4
Qld – 6
Vic – 5
Pete gave a 7 for entree, a four for main, and a nine for dessert.
Manu gave a six for entree, a ten for main, and eight for dessert. They ended up being second on the leader board with a total of 63. They are safe.