Table set for another home restaurant according to MKR!
It’s a brand-new day and Nederburg helped set the scene for the home restaurant ‘Let’s Eat’ of the high school sweethearts, baker Azraa and her personal trainer husband Waven. This is a competition where every contestant will do anything to win, and this couple is in it for the title and … the R1-million in prize money. Their tactic is to plan and stay calm.
Their menu excited the judges and proved to be a crowd pleaser and represents who they are. The judges are looking for authenticity, passion in home-cooking and a representation of who the contestants are. The contestants could not wait to see what the baker would dish up. Did this family orientated duo from Little Falls tick all boxes?
Their starter and main course wowed the contestants and the judges, but the dessert fell flat and, although pleasant, did not impress. After the flavors and textures complimented the first two courses of the meal so well and the heat pulled through from the kitchen to the table. Their faces could not hide the fact that something went wrong in the kitchen with the dessert and, indeed, it did not meet the standards.
The dessert underscored and when score time came it left Azraa and Waven with an overall score of 66 of 100. Episode 2 ended with a head-to-head score with three points difference between the first two teams.
In this week’s episode contestants will dine at the home restaurant of Jabu and Larcé. The standard has been set after the first two episode. What can we expect from this best friends?
This season’s 10 pairs of home cooks will steam and cook it till 11 December, where one of the 10 pairs will walk away with R1 million!
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Annette Havenga ©