Manu Feildel cuts a less controversial figure than his counterpart on My Kitchen Rules New Zealand.
French chef Feildel, 44, has reunited with Pete Evans, the Aussie foodie and paleo proselytiser to judge this year’s competition, in which six duos from across the country have dreamed up dishes to impress some of television’s more formidable culinary critics. Over the years, Evans has courted headlines with his unscientific views on everything from sunscreen and water fluoridation (anti), to bone broth for babies and onion poultices (pro). By contrast, Feildel, who got married to his long-term partner this year, has remained curiously vanilla. Ahead of MKR returning to Kiwi screens, about the most scandalous thing we got Feildel – a former circus performer – to reveal was his preference for martinis over mojitos. Here’s the rest of his Sunday Grill.
France Australia for different reasons Swim Dance
Juggling Unicycling at the same time Donate Volunteer
Earlybird Fashionably late Acoustic version Club remix MasterChef My Kitchen Rules did you have to ask?
Toast Cereal Martini Mojito Autumn Spring Forest Beach
Heart on your sleeve Cards close to your chest
Fork Spoon you can put more on Animals Children
I already have kids and want a dog now Dinner Dessert
Air travel Road trip
Beer Wine I’m a professional drinker Coffee Tea
Window seat Aisle seat I don’t like bothering people if I need to get out