The pair split amicably last April, six months before Bourne fell head over heels for Proud. Freshly shucked oyster topped with a crumb of toasted hazelnuts and a third option doused in red wine vinagerette with chopped shallots rounded out the plate with the judges finding fault with each. Flavour explosion: The judges also loved Rob and Dave's stuffed chicken breast with brussel sprouts and parsnip puree Both teams struggled with their sweet dishes, working with elements that didn't turn out as they'd originally hoped. Why are you asking me these questions so up front? Fronting the judges, Robert and Lynzey were the first to get their results, where they received a combined score of 41 points. They entered the competition with a bang when they treated contestants to a smorgasbord of Southern American delicacies and stories of the wild west. Go up and introduce yourself and all of us to strangers? Below par: But unfortunately for Robert and Lynzy, their fried goat's cheese with strawberries and balsamic didn't quit cut it For dessert, they sent mouths watering by revealing that they'd be serving beetroot and blood orange parfait with raspberry sorbet.Next
After an 90 minutes working away of their first course, both teams were confident with what they served up to the judges. Pete Evans said he could feel their stress on the plate which resulted in a below par entree. It was her interest in signing up for the show which convinced the 62-year-old retired visual arts teacher to have a crack. Share Dave and Rob declared from the get-go that they would be serving up an entree of char-grilled seafood in tomato and basil consomme. He said: 'We weren't allowed but then Channel Seven contacted Christopher so it went through the family pretty quick after that and I was getting calls from him and Liam asking about it. Father and daughter duo Robert and Lynzey. And in true Texan Robert style, the 2015 series' most loved character signed off with his southern drawl and a cracking one-liner: 'Adios vaya con dios.Next
Meanwhile, Robert and Lynzey stuck to their So Cal roots, cooking up fried goat's cheese with strawberries and balsamic for entree and wagyu eye fillet with caramelised onions and potato puree for a main. Words like 'perfection' and 'beautiful' were thrown around, meaning that the father-daughter-duo had a lot to live up to. A twist on the traditional Kilpatrick oyster served with a balsamic reduction and wrapped in pancetta led their offering. Unfortunately for them, the going swiftly went from bad to worse after the boys decided to take a gamble on their main, which by their own admission they were 'not familiar with at all' and had 'never cooked it, never handled it'. The judges tasted Robert and Lynzey's steak first and couldn't have been happier with what they were eating With one minute left on the clock, the teams were sweating bullets as they plated up their second dish of the day, and contrary to the contestants concerns, Robert's steak was cooked to perfection. I just fall in love with the person. You can look me up in Texas and everybody that knows me there would say the same.Next
Rob and Dave's final dish got mixed reviews from the bevy of judges with Pete finishing off the critiques with: 'I would never order this dish'. Matt appeared close to tears as the boys were awarded an overall score of 45 out of 120, leaving them firmly planted at the bottom on the ladder. His famous cousins, Hunger Games star Liam, 25 who was engaged to Miley Cyrus and Thor star Chris, 31, who is married to model Elsa Pataky, have had a huge amount of success in Hollywood over the last few years. Waiting with bated breath for the final marks, Rob and Dave were garnering some great critiques from the judges, hinting that they might nudge out in front. As the teams rushed to work on their main dishes, the safe contestants cheered from the bleachers. For main they revealed that they were cooking stuffed chicken breast with brussel sprouts and parsnip puree, and for dessert, the judges and contestants would be tasting honey and ginger fig with shortbread and pistachio syrup. The judges chose to try their dish first and the judges really felt for the father and daughter team because they knew what dreams they'd had for the sweet mea Luckily for them though, they loved the flavours and colours of the sorbet and parfait, finishing every last bit in the serving glass.Next
Tonight, the test will be whether he can walk as good as he talks - teaming with his glamorous daughter Lynzey in the kitchen of their Blue Mountains home. Going blind: The night went from bad to worse when the duo served a meat they had never cooked before, quail 'You've got one of the most beautiful seafoods to work with and you just don't want to kill it with overpowering flavours and I think that's what you've done here with these. Yes, the West Australian contestant is engaged after her partner Andy Quilty popped the question, with the couple hoping to get married next March. As time ticked by, Robert began to cook his wagyu steaks with 30 minutes still on the clock, confusing the spectators. She confided in her identical twin sister Dana Gordon inset above , 2016 Mrs Galaxy Australia, at the time.
Meanwhile, Rob and Dave looked cool as cucumbers. The judges tasted Robert and Lynzey's steak first and couldn't have been happier with what they were eating. High expectations: The oyster farmers failed in what they ought to know best with their entrée of oysters three ways disappointing the judges Serving up their trademark dish three ways, the boys overwhelmed and overpowered the delicate flavour of the product they farm leading Manu to accuse them of 'ruining a beautiful jewel of the sea. . Ignoring the back seat drivers: Some said that the steaks only needed a minute or two on the grill, but after sizzling away for what felt like minutes, Robert threw them in the oven on a very low heat, causing more of a ruckus from above But unfortunately for Robert and Lynzy, their cheesy dish didn't quite hit the mark.Next
Winner, winner, steak for dinner! Dave and Rob's seafood entree was the first to be taste tested and the table of judges were impressed. Oyster farmers Rob Hemsworth and Matt Wassnig may well be the first team to be booted off My Kitchen Rules after their disastrous twist on the traditional Kilpatrick oyster on Monday night. The judges chose to try their dish first and the judges really felt for the father and daughter team because they knew what dreams they'd had for the sweet meal. Lynzey ended up in tears after her dessert wasn't how she'd envisioned it. It was her idea and I was just doing it for her. Some said that the steaks only needed a minute or two on the grill, but after sizzling away for what felt like minutes, Robert threw them in the oven on a very low heat, causing more of a ruckus from above.Next
In fact, a Bloody Mary style oyster shot served upon arrival at their nautical themed instant restaurant proved the best of the lot but it couldn't be counted in the menu. Rob and his partner Matt, who are marine biologists turned oyster farmers, felt the wrath of French chef Manu Feildel, who wouldn't let them forget that 'I - really - love - oysters'. The Texan-born larrikin and his gorgeous daughter came off second best against Queensland buddies, Dave and Rob. The dish scored a dismal three points out of ten from both Pete and Manu, leaving Rob and Matt to hope there was surely only no way but up from there. But unfortunately for viewers and contestants alike, everyone's favourite father-daughter-duo, Robert and Lynzey, were eliminated from My Kitchen Rules on Monday night's episode. Speaking on show he gave an insight into his dating antics, saying he has a lot to thank his famous cousins for when it comes to getting interest from the ladies. But Rob, 31, added they are still exactly the same people despite their fame.Next
Then it was time for them to tuck into Rob and Dave's chicken. Source:Channel 7 His tall tales in particular have kept the other guests enthralled, while his one-liners are made-to-order memes. In the final round, Robert and Lynzey needed to 'wow' with their dessert if they wanted to pip the best buddies from Queensland at the post at the end of the night. Good connections: The cousin of Hollywood movie stars Chris and Liam Hemsworth revealed he's not sure if it's him or his name which gets him the luck with the ladies However Rob has since told that he's still unattached. .
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