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The rules of my kitchen: Parth par Karito and Ian are falling and burning at the restaurant MKR instant



They wanted to serve Colombian fire with their first kitchen rules.

But Karito and Ian crashed and burned during a catastrophic restaurant on Wednesday night.

The pair achieved collective 38 of 130 for their three-choice selection – the world far beyond 96 points achieved by fellow Perth Amanda and Blake last night.

Charito wanted to show his South American heritage with a menu that began with pope reed, a fried ball of minced meat and potatoes.

Pete Evans reached five, and Manu Feildel six, and both judges commented that ratios were excluded.

Perth par Karito Acuna and Ian Hawkins with MKR judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans during their current restaurant at My Kitchen Rules
Camera iconPerth par Karito Acuna and Ian Hawkins with MKR judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans during their current restaurant at My Kitchen Rules

"The Pope is generous, golden, crisp, but has a little, but too much potatoes compared to filling," Feildel said.

"Charging, that's nice, but then suddenly you have plenty of potatoes … it's a family recipe and very enjoyable, but it could be a little better.

Evans added that Karito should not be out of the tradition for the presentation.

"I feel like you're tapping me, really, because I want to experience the right Colombian food and I just have to ask why you decided to make three balls on the plate instead of the traditional bigger," he said.

VideoFrom the table "My Cooking Rules" were stunned, because Ibby told them he was no longer working with a nurse, as he had originally said.

– Forget the presentation. At this point, she does not care what she looks like. Give us your authentic food. "

The following was the de facto de res con platano (beef steak with lobster), which, as it seemed, sent the WA two downhill, merging only two and three from Evans and Feildel.

Both said that the dish lacking taste and "disappointment".

"I think the expectation was so high that you took us to Colombia," Feildel said.

MKR Judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans
Camera iconMKR Judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans

"I do not think we have yet to get there, unfortunately … there is no doubt that the passion is in your veins, but you have to take us there with your meals."

Collaborator Andy, who also comes from South America, spoke sharply about the charity sentimental recipe.

"Maybe it's her family, you know that Mom does not have palate," she said.

Blake said the Peruvian blogger went too far.

– Andy's a wild man. With your cooking you never talk about someone's family, "he said.

Ian and Charity's less appealing desert were a disaster.
Camera iconIan and Charity's less appealing desert were a disaster.

Desert was the biggest failure, with Ian's suspiro tin which was not set up and served in liquid form.

"It looks like a drink more like a dessert," Feildel said.

"The taste is really enhanced, like drinking canned condensed milk."

Evans added, "I can not say much about this dessert, it's uncomfortable, it's a tough night for you." People at home sit there and think, "I can do better" until they get into the kitchen. "

The judges gave only one point of the meal. In combination with the team results, a total of 38 of the 130 places Karito and Ian are at the bottom of the ladder.


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