Brilliance has diluted the bitterness on My Kitchen Rules (MKR) with more than two million viewers tuning in to watch perfection on Wednesday night.
Team NSW - personal trainers Luke Hines and Scott Gooding - were the first team in the show's history to collect four perfect scores.
Judges Manu Fidel and Pete Evans gave the pair four 10s for their three dishes.
The duo, who live in Sydney's Bondi, served a zesty prawn salad for an entree, twice-cooked spatchcock with coconut kale salad and roasted cherry tomatoes for the main and berry macaroon tart with creme anglaise for dessert.
Team NSW have also received praise from viewers for their happy-go-lucky attitude after so much petty criticism from other contestants in earlier episodes.
Wednesday's show was not only a hit for the amateur chefs but also for the Seven Network with the series again dominating the ratings.
MKR was the most-watched show on Wednesday with 2.106 million viewers.
Nine News was second (1.092 million), Seven News was third (1.047 million) and the Australian v West Indies Twenty20 clash was fourth with 953,000 viewers.
Nine's The Block All Stars has struggled to break a million viewers in the wake of MKR's ratings dominance.
On Wednesday it pulled an audience of 842,000 but the figure was enough to finish in the Top 10 most-watched shows for the evening.