Sisters Georgie (25) and Alicia (30) hail from Australia's home of "big things" Coffs Harbour and they're planning to deliver big scores in the competition with their modern take on Asian cuisine.
"Our parents run a Chinese restaurant so we definitely have something to prove," Alicia reveals. "As kids we were wrapping wontons and peeling carrots instead of playing games."
"We love our food and we have high standards," she continues. "We don't go to a restaurant expecting terrible food."
"Growing up in the family restaurant observing our dad cooking definitely gives us an advantage," Georgie says. "We have what it takes to win this!"
"We talk a big game but we know that we can do the cooking to prove it," Alicia adds. "I will be disappointed if we don't get a 10... let alone three 10s!"
Georgie and Alicia confess they're an acquired taste.
"I openly admit that I can be really bitchy," Alicia explains. "Part of that is our cultural upbringing. Our parents have no filter and I think we're both thick skinned because of that."
"That's how you get through life, with honesty" Georgie says. "Ultimately we don't care what other teams think about us."
"We had resting bitch face from a very young age," Alicia laughs.
Simple, fresh and packed full of flavour.
IN THE KITCHEN
Georgie & Alicia never use a recipe. They cook intuitively and can swap between leader and follower frequently depending on the dish.
Georgie: I love cooking a great piece of steak and different sides.
Alicia: White chocolate mud cake. It's the dessert my friends and family ask me to bring.
Shopping, getting massages and eating!