The Twenty Dollar Dinner, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Grodon, Edward, Christina

America's "greatest" home cooks present dishes made on a budget.  Then they cook with unusual cuts of meat. READ MORE

The Skinny-Dipping Chicken, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Katie Dixon

The cooks feed some veterans and then prepare some fried chicken. READ MORE

The Flamethrower, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Lisa-Ann Marchesi

The cooks work with lobster and play with fire. READ MORE

Messy Mascarpone, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef mascarpone pie

The cooks make Latin dishes and then bake pies. READ MORE

One Hellish Wedding, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Nick and Jenelle Nappi

A former contestant gets married, with hell's approval, and America's heroic "greatest" home cooks decide to cater the event.  Sure enough, everything goes swimmingly. READ MORE

Taking Your Time, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Bill Travers

America's "greatest" home cooks work their magic with potatoes and try to guess which fish they should cook with. READ MORE

Editing Food, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Christina Tosi

The second half of the forty original cooks face off to make it to the top twenty. READ MORE

Who Needs Traffic Lights, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef home cooks

Forty of America's "greatest" home cooks gather once again to show the world the future of cooking and to scream, shout, and dance while they do it. READ MORE

The Modernists and the Mexicans, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Derrick and Claudia

The three finalists whip out their best productions on their path to a quarter million dollars. READ MORE

Substance over Style, the MasterChef Recap

MasterChef Claudia and Nick

Four of America's "greatest" home cooks realize that style doesn't matter at all when the substance is not there.  We learn that pomegranate seeds, ratios, and repetition can kill.  So the next time you're in class wondering if you'll ever need what you're learning in real life, remember that one day you may be on MasterChef and your inability to understand ratios will make your cake too sweet and too short and keep you short of a quarter of a million dollars. READ MORE

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