The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - Front Page -

IT’S episode 10 of sea­son 10 and that num­ber will fea­ture heav­ily in the scor­ing tonight. Mov­ing on to the sec­ond group of in­stant restau­rants, mother-and-son team Lisa and John from WA’s Mar­garet River set their sights high with their menu of retro clas­sics: seafood cock­tail, braised lamb shanks and rasp­berry cheese­cake. Their ri­vals read that as easy beats, but that would be their first mis­take, with this dy­namic fam­ily duo de­ter­mined to de­liver. When the door­bell rings un­ex­pect­edly – not once, but twice – all teams are on edge as the mys­tery pair­ing of mild-man­nered with the Wicked Witch”. But what would MKR be with­out a bit of man­u­fac­tured drama, eh? It hasn’t come this far on nice folks cook­ing sim­ple food re­ally well. That said, back in the kitchen, the nice folks are cook­ing their sim­ple food re­ally well and judges Pete and Manu can’t get enough. There’s sauce, there’s crunch, there’s plenty of pa­leo pro­tein – what’s not to love? For the more mis­chievous watch­ing – if you’re think­ing of play­ing an MKR drink­ing game at home, try rais­ing a glass ev­ery time mum Lisa sobs about her son and it should be a very merry night in­deed.

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