I'm not sure how much tuition or explaination the contestants got on this type of BBQ Cooker but it didn't seem to be much as most were next to clueless especially that chick who cremated the chicken....that was kinda of funny in a way and I did have a major chuckle
It's hard to fit all of that 6 plus hours into 1 hour of television when there's so much going on.....that taller woman in the blue team has done a few ribs before but was a bit unfamiliar with equipment but hers turned out the best despite a bit of a melt down due to time but ribs with that much meat on them can take up a lot of time to do right.
I've yet to see the quality of food in my local Coles that resembles the beautiful stock in the Master Chef pantry....I bet suppliers fell over themselves to get the ribs like that.
It will take a fair bit of time for Aussies to get accustomed to keep that lid down and trust the BBQ to do it's thing and as Andy says...if you're lookin', you're not cooking was the stand out phrase of the night.
I also noticed that whilst the logo of Yoder was shown a fair bit (and rightly so), the actual name of the brand was not mentioned which is good also for the other brands of pellet cookers.....I don't know if that was deliberate or not but it was good.
On the side though......the theatre of TV shows like Masterchef is quite amusing....did anyone happen to notice that woman that was always standing in the front row waiting for her tucker with the frumpiest frown that even out frumpied Susan Boyle or Fergie
I wonder if they were all instructed to stand there with the "why isn't this food ready look" You'd know you're in trouble if you came home to a frumpy face like she displayed hahaha!!
The best team won on the night.