Annabel’s back for sec­ond help­ing

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - TELEVISION - TAY­LOR AUER­BACH KITCHEN CAB­I­NET,

THE re­turn of Annabel Crabb’s hit se­ries is cer­tainly more cab­i­net than kitchen, with Joe Hockey serv­ing up a wholly un­electable spread of charred sausages and meats this week.

As a cook, Hockey makes a great politi­cian, stut­ter­ing and charm­ing his way through a meal that Crabb ( pic­tured) po­litely laps up.

Over stub­bies of VB, the pair en­gage in a fas­ci­nat­ing con­ver­sa­tion about party pol­i­tics and the in­fa­mous Lib­eral share house where the episode is shot.

In the next few weeks se­nior Lib­eral fig­ure, and once- touted fu­ture prime min­is­ter, Bron­wyn Bishop breaks out the good sil­ver to host Crabb over a mush­room lasagne with a roma tomato, boc­concini and basil leaf salad.

Over lunch we learn what re­ally hap­pened dur­ing some of the Lib­eral Party’s most fa­mous lead­er­ship tus­sles, the influence of Mar­garet Thatcher, her thoughts on fem­i­nism, and the G- Force joy Bishop ex­pe­ri­enced as Min­is­ter for De­fence Pro­cure­ment when she flew a jet fighter.

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