It’s been months of nail-biting challenges, but there can only be one winner to walk away with the life-changing title of Australia’s MasterChef 2019. Tonight’s ep goes for two hours and 20 mins (snooze). Don’t forget Aus Survivor starts tomorrow!… Continue Reading
This semifinal is a pressure test set by acclaimed Quay executive chef Peter Gilmore.
By the end of the episode, five will become four as the trophy beckons. In a special MasterClass, contestants set their very own mystery box challenge for the judges and Curtis Stone.
Contestants are cooking at Press Club, the brainchild of judge George Calombaris. With the Press Club announcing it will soon close, the top five take to the kitchen. You can read more about George’s plans here. No MC tomorrow as… Continue Reading
Our top five are battling to win an advantage for the next challenge, which could secure them a spot in the semifinal. Contestants can cook whatever they want.
The chef director behind Dinner by Heston in Melbourne and London, Ashley Palmer-Watts, sets a lamington-themed pressure test. One contestant will be sent home with only days remaining in the comp. MC LOVES a lammo. Didn’t we already do this… Continue Reading
Each contestant has an ingredient chosen for them by a loved one, with the note explaining their choice. Later, the judges select an ingredient for each contestant to cook with. Now, I am trying to think who it was last… Continue Reading
This pressure test is set by Santiago Fernandez and it’s a doozy. The stakes are high and the least impressive cook will be sent home. Plus, catch a masterclass showing off delicious recipes.
This episode’s setting is the beautiful Leeuwin Estate Safari Club in Margaret River. Guided by head chef Dan Gedge, our contestants will battle it out in a team challenge.
The winners from the previous two days now cook for an opportunity to fast-track themselves into Finals Week. Round two comes down to the wire as contestants are hungry for the win.