Ousted My Kitchen Rules antagonists David Kirk and Corinne Wieland have vowed to keep cooking the dishes which received the lowest score in the reality show's history.
Kirk and Wieland were a long last in the instant restaurant challenge after the last team to host a round, NSW mother-daughter pair Cathy and Anna, scored 89 on Tuesday.
The couple, who got engaged at Christmas, has come under fire on social media for being negative and for death-riding the dishes of their rivals.
Kirk said there were several occasions where the producers had cleverly edited episodes to delete his positive comments.
He pointed out a home visit to Thalia and Bianca's when the Tassie besties served pate' for entree.
"Every time someone gets a low score I do not look up and smile. I'm not that bad." Kirk said from Christchurch, New Zealand where he and Corinne are attending his son's wedding.
"When we went to Bianca and Thalia's instant restaurant, and we just adored those girls, and when they were putting up pate' they had me saying 'I don't like offal'.
"They didn't have me saying 'where's the recipe, I've never tasted anything like it".
"The good things I say they have taken out."
Since appearing on the series, the 53-year-old Kirk and the 32-year-old Wieland say they have been mobbed in supermarkets for photos.
Kirk said even though there have been nasty and bitter comments on social media, he said they have not had any negative experiences in the flesh.
"I've had a couple things sent through to me off social media and the more vulgar they try to be, the more I laugh about it," he said.
"In the street, we can't get over the reaction. They just love us. We get mobbed for photos.
"It's quite overwhelming and extraordinary, the reception."
Even though Kirk says the editing of the show has painted him more in a bad light than good, during this interview he still goes on the attack.
When asked if had been harshly judged by their rivals and the show's host Manu Feildel and Pete Evans, he took aim at Melbourne pair Harry and Christo.
"Our main course looked like a dog's dinner as opposed to Christo and Harry's whose looked like a cat's dinner," he said.
"I think we were just too confident."
Viewers may not remember the meal but they certainly won't forget the pair receiving a paltry 27 (out of 110) for their three courses on Monday night's instant restaurant challenge.
The tally included a very sympathetic seven out of 10 from ultra positive rivals Carly and Tresne.
Carly and Tresne finished second with 74, followed by Chloe and Kelly on 68, Harry and Christo on 65 and Josh and Dannielle with 51 points.
Kirk and Wieland's kitchen disaster started with corn soup with avocado and grilled tiger prawns for entree.
Then followed pork medallions with cauliflower puree, green beans and mushroom sauce for mains and chocolate cake with candied liquored oranges for dessert.
Wieland said she has "literally" served corn soup "thousands of times" and all her friends have been complimentary.
"I hoped they (my friends) didn't lie when they said they liked it," Wieland said.
"The pork dish we make all the time and we still make it and people like it."
MKR started in 2010 and the previous lowest score was 38 set by Lisa and Stefano last year.