Shout, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior Jasmine and Edward

The cooks get a visit from their families and get to partake in a tag-team challenge. READ MORE

The Assembly Line, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior Christina Tosi

Gordon turns the kitchen into a factory that employs child labor. READ MORE

Cooking the Cooks, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior cooks

Gordon tortures the junior cooks in the hot southern California sun for another team challenge. READ MORE

Reentering the Competition, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior aprons

Gordon's foot fetish starts to get a bit out of control as six junior cooks are offered a second shot at continuing on in the competition. READ MORE

Plating with Fire, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior blowtorch

The judges are pied in the face and the junior cooks are asked to play with fire.  Wholesome family fun right there. READ MORE

Michelle Obama’s Mystery Box, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama and Julie Bowen take part in this installment of the cooking competition. READ MORE

Too Much Heat in the Kitchen, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior CAL FIRE

Gordon and Christina ask the junior cooks to make lunch for 51 people as they suffer the southern California sun. READ MORE

The Magical and Mystical Vegan Burger, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior vegan burger

The junior cooks rush to make corn dogs and then do their best to make a vegan burger. READ MORE

All the Things That Can Be Done with Rice, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior junior cooks

The junior cooks get experimental with rice in the mystery box challenge, four have a delicious dinner while Eddie entertains with some solid humor, and the remaining cooks try to emulate one of Gordon's sea bass dishes. READ MORE

A Well Done Steak, the MasterChef Junior Recap

MasterChef Junior steak

Another episode full of cook-offs, so many in fact that two of them didn't even make it on the air.  Oh well. READ MORE

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