“We are aiming for the highest score in My Kitchen Rules History”. A legit quote from David that would have made more sense if you replace highest with the word lowest.
Like most, I settled into the couch with my block of cookies and cream flavored Kit Kat (My newest best friend) and awaited to see the mess that was to bless my eyes.
Well, before my eyes were blessed, we had to witness David in his undies, drinking a glass of red, waiting for doting wife Corinne to iron them. Pretty sure this was punishment for getting to see Harry in the shower the night before.
Getting back to it, David and Corinne were oooooooozing confidence, certain their menu was to not only redeem their earlier failures but to also prove that they deserve top spot on the ladder. By the time the guests arrived, the dessert was cooked and setting, their entree ready to cook and the pork for mains happily pounded.
Best Dish of the Night: Manu Fidel comparing the entree of corn soup with avocado and tiger prawns to baby food. I’m still deciding what’s worse – having your food described as inedible or only fit enough for someone unable to tell you how much it sucks. Pete’s ‘let me turn this bowl upside down to show you how thick it was’ trick would have only been better had he decided to wear the bowl like a Philip Treacy hat.
The Food Overall: Take this one Kelly….
So the entree was baby food, the main – pork medallions with cauliflower puree looked like a classic RSL Sunday night seniors special while the dessert of flan, or was it cake or was it mousse, while looked AMAZING, it actually made most of the guests dry wretch with disgust.
The Final Score: David and Corinne managed to make it into the MKR record books! For the lowest score ever. A combined score of 15 points from the guests – speaking of which, which restaurant were Carly and Tresne eating at? A score of 7? I think someone may have pounded their pork a little too much.
That said, the captain went down with his ship and his wife kicking and screaming (and holding an iron) right beside him.
Desperate to impress with your cooking skills? head over to the official MKR website to remake the meals from this instant restaurant and show your guests just how much you hate them!
Next Up: Cathy and Anna – the food critic and the woman I can only hope uses Keeping Up Appearances Hyacinth Bucket as inspiration.
Before I go, I would like to leave you all with the following image to remember as you go about your day….