MasterChef

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  • Season 11
    • 2015/04/23
      2015/04/23
      Episode 13
      4/23/15
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      In the penultimate show, the final three amateur cooks face the most iconic and terrifying challenge yet - the Chef's Table. This year's Chef's Table is mentored by influential Italian chef Massimo Bottura. Massimo has designed an exquisite three-course menu. Each contestant will cook one course. Their guests are a table of the country's finest chefs - Michelin-starred legends Marcus Wareing, Daniel Clifford, Andrew Fairlie and Anthony Demetre, as well as renowned Italian chef Francesco Mazzei - a set of diners to strike fear into the heart of any professional chef, let alone three amateurs. Massimo's food is anything but basic - each dish requires complex techniques and skill to produce it. The finalists battle with unfamiliar methods and dishes that demand precision cooking, a flawless palate and perfect timing. For the final three it's their last chance before the final to prove they have what it takes to win the MasterChefmoreless
    • 2015/04/22
      2015/04/22
      Episode 12
      4/22/15
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      As the final week continues, the remaining four amateur cooks embark on a culinary odyssey to Sweden, where a new culinary movement is taking hold. Over the 48 hours the finalists experience two very different restaurants leading this revolution. The first has no menu and invents dishes on the day with whatever ingredients their suppliers bring in. The second cooks with no electricity or gas and puts its faith in the most primitive cooking method of all - open fire. With their Swedish adventure over and the MasterChef final just two days away, the finalists return to London to fight for their place in the competition. Their final challenge is to cook an exceptional fish dish for John, Gregg and a guest judge, two-Michelin-starred Nathan Outlaw, renowned for his expertise with fish and seafood.moreless
    • 2015/04/20
      2015/04/20
      Episode 11
      4/20/15
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      It is the final week of MasterChef 2015. The final five amateur cooks travel to Cambridge University's Churchill College, where they have the immense task of cooking a five-course dinner in honour of Sir Winston Churchill. It is 50 years since he passed away, and historians, biographers and members of his family are gathering to remember him. The dinner will be overseen by legendary chef Michael Caines, one of only a handful of British chefs to have held two Michelin stars for over 15 years. Michael has devised a five-course menu for the dinner and the amateurs will be challenged like never before to replicate his exquisite food for this important occasion. Back at the MasterChef kitchen, the finalists are challenged to cook a dish inspired by a hero of theirs. The amateurs push themselves to the limit to impress judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace and stay in the competition.moreless
    • 2015/04/17
      2015/04/17
      Episode 10
      4/17/15
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      It's the last of the semi-finals, and it's do or die for the best six amateurs as they cook off to win a coveted place in the prestigious MasterChef final week. The contestants have just one challenge to win a place in the final five - to cook an outstanding dish to win over three of the country's most feared restaurant critics - Charles Campion, Tracey MacLeod and William Sitwell. Serving food to these masters of the dining room is a daunting task for the most adept chefs and these talented home cooks now have to put their skills and palates on the line. At the end, judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace face a difficult decision - who to take through to next week's MasterChef finals week?moreless
    • 2015/04/15
      2015/04/15
      Episode 9
      4/15/15
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      The seven remaining amateurs face a challenge that will really put their skills to the test. They must cook the judges a dish using scraps, trimmings and leftovers. The cooks have to rely on their ingenuity and skill rather than quality cuts to push their dish to the forefront. It's imperative they step up to the plate and perform to their best, because after this test John and Gregg will send another cook home. The remaining best six semi-finalists are then pushed even further when they must cook for five of the world's most expert palates: the Supertasters. This highly esteemed gathering make a living out of their ability to analyze food and drink. Working in teams of two, the contestants have just three hours to cook a six-course tasting menu that pushes the boundaries and stimulates the minds and senses of their special table of diners.moreless
    • 2015/04/13
      2015/04/13
      Episode 8
      4/13/15
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      The MasterChef semi-finals continue with a spectacular challenge as the eight remaining cooks head to Lincolnshire to cook a celebration lunch for the Red Arrows. Split into two teams of four, for the first time the semi-finalists have to run their own kitchens in specially constructed catering tents beside the Red Arrows's main runway. As they cook with the Red Arrows practicing their daredevil moves over their tents, will the contestants be able to rise to the challenge and produce a lunch worthy of the occasion? It's vital the two teams perform at their absolute best because after judging their food, John and Gregg pick the weakest team to return to the MasterChef kitchen, where they must cook off against each other in a special palate test. Here they must rely on their sense of smell and palate to decipher exactly what's in a dish cooked by John - before having to replicate the dish themselves.moreless
    • 2015/04/08
      2015/04/08
      Episode 7
      4/8/15
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      In this episode, the first group head to Typing Room, a London restaurant. During a busy service, the five amateurs are responsible for serving up every dish on the menu to paying customers. Then, it's back to MasterChef HQ for an invention test to show John and Gregg just what they have learnt. In a last-chance bid to stay in the competition, each contestant has to show they can invent a dish from scratch that looks and tastes exceptional. The contestants discover that they not only have to present their food to John and Gregg, but also a guest judge who will be helping John and Gregg evaluate the five amateurs - renowned Professional MasterChef judge and formidable perfectionist Monica Galetti.moreless
    • 2015/04/06
      2015/04/06
      Episode 6
      4/6/15
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      After four weeks of fierce competition only the 12 best cooks remain, and the battle is on as they come together for the first time. Their fate now rests on a daunting cook-off and one dish that they must design around briefs given by John and Gregg. The cooks must each decide which brief to follow and deliver just one dish that stands out from the crowd and proves to judges that they have a future in the competition. Afterwards, John and Gregg choose the best nine chefs to go straight through to the next stage, leaving the weakest three to cook off again. In the most pressured hour of their lives, the three remaining chefs must cook their showstopper dish in a fight for the two remaining places in the competition, knowing that perfection is required to survive.moreless
    • 2015/04/03
      2015/04/03
      Episode 5
      4/3/15
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      It is the fourth quarter-final of the series and the four talented heat winners have no time to rest on their laurels as they continue to fight for their place in the competition. The week's best amateurs are put through the mill with a seriously daunting test - the critic's brief. The home cooks have to impress just one food critic with two dishes. They are given the critic's brief and must create a main and a pudding based on it. This time, the brief has been set by food critic William Sitwell. At the end of this quarter-final, three cooks will go through to Knockout Week, taking another step closer to being crowned MasterChef Champion 2015. For one, their MasterChef dream will be over.moreless
    • 2015/04/02
      2015/04/02
      Episode 4
      4/2/15
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      In the final heat, five more amateur cooks try to prove to judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace that they have the potential to be MasterChef Champion 2015. Firstly, the contestants are given just one hour and fifteen minutes to dazzle the judges when they are asked to cook their calling card, a practised dish that represents just who they are as a cook and showcases their talent. Next is a twist on the infamous invention test - the reinvention test. The hopefuls are given the main ingredient from their calling card dish as well as access to the larder. Using that same ingredient they must reinvent the dish to create a brand new plate of food. Finally, the cooks have to cook a menu that will impress not just John and Gregg but also three past MasterChef winners and finalists. This time, 2014's final three are back - champion Ping Coombes and finalists Jack Lucas and Luke Owen return to give their verdicts.moreless
    • 2015/04/01
      2015/04/01
      Episode 3
      4/1/15
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      As the final week of heats begins, five more amateur cooks try to prove to judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace that they have the potential to be MasterChef Champion 2015. Firstly, the contestants are given just one hour and fifteen minutes to dazzle the judges when they are asked to cook their calling card, a practised dish that represents just who they are as a cook and showcases their talent. Next is a twist on the infamous invention test - the reinvention test. The hopefuls are given the main ingredient from their calling card dish as well as access to the larder. Using that same ingredient they must reinvent the dish to create a brand new plate of food. Finally, the cooks have to cook a menu that will impress not just John and Gregg but also three past MasterChef winners and finalists - 2005 champion Thomasina Miers, 2014 semi-finalist Robert Austin and 2010 finalist Tim Kinnaird give their judgments.moreless
    • 2015/03/27
      2015/03/27
      Episode 2
      3/27/15
      0.0
      It is the third quarter-final of the series and the four talented heat winners have no time to rest on their laurels as they continue to fight for their place in the competition.
    • 2015/03/25
      2015/03/25
      Episode 1
      3/25/15
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      As the third week of heats begins, five more amateur cooks try to prove to judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace that they have the potential to be MasterChef Champion 2015. They have to cook a menu that will impress not just John and Gregg but also three MasterChef Champions - 2008 champion James Nathan, 2011 champion Tim Anderson and 2007 champion Stephen Wallis. Firstly, the contestants are given just one hour and fifteen minutes to dazzle the judges when they are asked to cook their calling card, a practised dish that represents just who they are as a cook and showcases their talent. Next is a twist on the infamous invention test - the reinvention test. The hopefuls are given the main ingredient from their calling card dish as well as access to the larder. Using that same ingredient they must reinvent the dish to create a brand new plate of food.moreless
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