Junior MasterChef starts on Sunday, October 11. Not sure how many nights a week it will be on Ten but, in the past, the junior shows have been short seasons due to the age of the participants. I have told… Continue Reading
Well, here we are. Down to the final two. Both Back to Win but who do you think will take home the shiny gold dish (that’s if they are not trapped by the Vic lockdown)?
In the semifinal challenge, our top three contestants compete for a place in the Grand Final. At the end of this challenge, three become two.
In this elimination challenge, contestants must choose to use either ingredients from an ordinary pantry or an extraordinary pantry. Which favourite contestant will go? I’m guessing pantry two has a shelf for duck oesophagus. No MC tomorrow as Bachelor in… Continue Reading
The contestants discover the mystery box, covered in a Union Jack flag, has been set by guest chef Gordon Ramsay. Who’s first into Grand Finale Week?
In this mammoth elimination challenge, the contestants discover not only will they be cooking a four-course meal for the MasterChef judges, but for six of the hottest chefs in the country. Soooo, only hot chefs are invited? What about just average-looking ones?
With no set rules in place, the contestants must mutually decide the cook time to create a dish, sweet or savoury, that best proves to the judges they have come back to win.
The pressure is on in as the makers of the top three dishes from the mystery box challenge will battle it out tomorrow for one last chance at winning immunity this season.
Phil Wood from two of Victoria’s finest restaurants, reveals that round one is a pressure test. Contestants have 75 minutes to replicate his dish, potatoes duchess with shiitakes and cauliflower.
In the battle for top five, contestants must choose two cloches and cook with the ingredients underneath. They can give up one cloche and select a third, however they must cook with the third ingredient.