FOOD­FIGHT

It’s culi­nary com­bat as MasterChef’s top three face their fi­nal re­al­ity

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - FRONT PAGE -

WHAT would a MasterChef com­pe­ti­tion be with­out con­tes­tants dish­ing some good dirt – not just serv­ing it on a plate?

Bil­lie McKay, Ge­or­gia Barnes and Jes­sica Arnott have re­mained firm friends through the con­test; the de­sire to be crowned this year’s win­ner re­quired each to put aside allegiances and get down to the busi­ness of win­ning.

It’s a fo­cus they all pos­sess in the kitchen but, away from it, can be easily per­suaded to ig­nore in favour of good, old- fash­ioned fun. And they had plenty of that in the house.

Cock­tail spe­cial­ist Arnott led the way when it came to mis­chief- mak­ing – or so McKay says. “She made us mock­tail mo­ji­tos one night – they were fun.”

Whether that was the same night Barnes danced around the kitchen “like a pony” the trio weren’t telling.

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