Masterchef Australia – Marco Pierre Waves Off Another Contestant
Marco Pierre White continued to create fear and loathing in the Masterchef kitchen with him setting the elimination pressure test.
It was a recipe out of his iconic recipe book White Heat. Which all three judges went all fan boy on him about. I get that it is a classic but has he not written another one since then?
The dish set was Roast Pigeon with a Ravioli of Wild Mushrooms and of course there was only 90 minutes to make it with all the different elements.
Amy kept the tears at bay and just got on with the job.
It was Tash who is normally quite methodical who was having issues, both with her pasta and her lentil. And then right at the end she left off her turnips.
Byron managed to get everything on a plate even though it meant scolding his hand as picked up the turnips from the water.
However his was deemed the worst dish because of his sauce. You get the feeling it was line ball but they decided to keep Tash because she has only had one slip up whereas Byron has had many.
Props to Byron he is doing work experience in a restaurant and says he will start an apprenticeship later this year. It appears he really does want to be a chef.