Thirty-six home cooks arrive with the intent of being placed in the Top 20, but the contestants must pass the audition rounds and impress the judges to earn the coveted apron; the contestants hope to...
In this week's mystery box challenge, the Top Seven must create an Asian-inspired dish that centers around one of the most prominent utensils in culinary history - chopsticks! The winner gets a huge ...
Competition based series where amateur cooks progress through by successfully creating dishes that show off their technical skill and understanding of flavour. Guest judges include food critics and Mitchelin star chefs.
In season 1, episode 10, contestant Sharone Hakman's presentation for his venison dish disgusted and disappointed the judges to the point where Joe Bastianich said the plating looked like "Salvador Dalí on crack." See more »
Whenever the contestants cook for the public particularly in the team challenges, the contestants don't always wear some type of protective cover for their hair, such as a hairnet. See more »
Gordon Ramsey - Host:
[Repeated line to a contestant after they have been eliminated]
I'm sorry but you're not ready to be a Masterchef.
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It is a petty to see how they took the Australian (or UK) show and changed it to break people instead of building and teaching.
It is a completely different atmosphere compared especially to the Aussie version.
The Brits and the Aussies also have the MasterClass episodes that are really educational.
There are elements that are interesting in seeing how contestants form informal teams as well as having to team up with "enemies". Still - quite more subtly executed in the original series. I recommend watching the Australian version.
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