The Katering Show
Join The Kates as they prepare a ragu that is food intolerant friendly AND made from a non cute animal.
In an attempt to live forever, and become just like their Instagram idol Sarah Wilson, The Kates give up the sweet stuff, sugar.
The Kates pit the latest kitchen appliance moneysuck, the Thermomix, against traditional cooking methods, in a food intolerant friendly "Risotto Off".
In an episode devoted to style over substance, control freak McLennan hands over her chef's hat to the very vain McCartney, who sets about creating a pretty, sparkly cupcake.
The Kates reach the end of their food journey and celebrate with a Christmas feast that is impregnated with their family memories.
It's the first episode of The Katering Show Season Two and The Kates are not coping with the pressure. Battling nervous breakdowns, they try to negotiate everyone's high expectations by creating an on trend pop up Ramen bar.
The Kates don teething necklaces and use their position as "New Celebrity Mums" to work through some postnatal traumas and create two recipes that take the terms "Yummy Mummy" way, way too literally.
McLennan has found a cure for McCartney's debilitating lactose intolerance. To celebrate, McLennan makes a cheese feast stuffed with dairy loaded puns and delusion; afflictions that, unfortunately, have no known cure.
McCartney and McLennan subject themselves, and a very special guest, to the latest diet torture regimes, Paleo, Raw Food and The 5.2 Diet. But which of the trio will discover the bikini body lurking deep inside?
McLennan and McCartney embrace the food philosophy of their culinary hero, Maggie Beer. The over worked women commit a whole day to making a lamb shoulder and peddling their own verjuice substitute, Dianaberry Juice.
McCartney and McLennan create canapes for a viewer's sit down beach wedding. But when the women hit the champagne, they dish up the bride some truths that, just like wedding canapes, are served hard and cold.
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