The controversial government officials resign to launch a culinary show on ONE TV called Kċina Konrad Keith, or KKK.
by Karl Stennienibarra
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Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri have announced they are resigning from their government roles to fulfill their lifelong dream of becoming celebrity TV chefs.
In a joint statement, the Tourism Minister and the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff said: “We realise now that we have massively let down the Maltese public by failing to follow our true calling in life, which is to follow in the footsteps of our idols Nancy and Manuel and become TV chefs,
“Over the past three years, we have systematically robbed the country of an opportunity to see our culinary skills and onscreen chemistry in action. From next month, we will deprive them no longer.”
The pair said their new weekday afternoon show on ONE TV would be called Kċina Konrad Keith, or KKK.
Over the past three years, we have systematically robbed the country of an opportunity to see our culinary skills and onscreen chemistry in action. From next month, we will deprive them no longer.”
“While our glorious leader has set his sights on a top job in the EU, our aim is more humble—to provide simple, home-cooked recipes that can be prepared during the daily 30-minute window when people aren’t at work or stuck in traffic.
While the precise format of the show is still being finalised, the pair confirmed that Joseph Muscat would be the special guest on the first episode of KKK.
Together, the trio will prepare a three-course meal consisting of Panamanian fried plantain cakes, followed by roast New Zealand lamb, and finally a dessert of Azerbaijani pakhlava.
Karl Stennienibarra is a journalist at Bis-Serjetà – Serjetà Biss, Malta’s only serious news portal.