Masterchef: Season 9 (2013)

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John Torode and Gregg Wallace present as the first five chefs demonstrate their skills.

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Cookery competition with John Torode and Gregg Wallace. As the second heat begins, the contestants are challenged to deliver an amazing plate of food with no prior planning. Then comes the palate test - this time John cooks pigeon wellington with glazed shallots. Without seeing the demonstration, the chefs are asked not only to identify the ingredients but to recreate the dish themselves without a recipe. After the results, two chefs leave the competition. The remaining three get their first taste of a professional kitchen as they try to stand up to the pressure of a busy lunch service at London's Caxton Grill. With only an hour to get to grips with the dishes, the heat is really on. The cooks then return to the MasterChef kitchen where they must rustle up their two best courses, not just for John and Gregg, but for three MasterChef winners - Shelina Permalloo, Steven Wallis and James Nathan.

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Five contenders take a palate test in which they have to recreate John Torode's dish of potato pancakes with smoked trout, horseradish cream and beetroot salad without a recipe. Two of them are then eliminated and the three remaining hopefuls work a busy lunchtime service at London's Cadogan Hotel before heading back to the MasterChef kitchen to cook two courses to impress John and Gregg Wallace, hoping to win a place in the quarter-finals

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Another batch of contenders takes a palate test, recreating John Torode's dish of noodle salad with chicken and crab - but without the aid of a recipe.

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Five amateur cooks must hold their nerve in the invention test, which gives them one hour to cook an exceptional dish from scratch, and then take a palate test in which they have to recreate John Torode's dish of pappardelle with meatballs and tomato sauce without a recipe.

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Cookery competition with John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Five amateur chefs compete for a place in the MasterChef quarter-finals. First, they must cook an exceptional dish completely from scratch in just one hour in the invention test, then they must face the tricky palate test. This new challenge sees Chef John Torode demonstrate pappardelle with meatballs and tomato sauce, which the competitors must recreate without the recipe in just one hour - with only their sense of smell and their palates to guide them. Two contestants will be sent home after these two challenges, with the remaining three thrown into a busy lunchtime service at London's One-O-One restaurant to test their skills in a professional environment. Finally, they face the final test of the heat, cooking their own two brilliant courses to impress John and Gregg.

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Cookery competition with John Torode and Gregg Wallace. It is the second heat, as the next set of hopefuls pick up their knives and show off their culinary skills. Firstly, they must overcome the notorious Invention Test and prove that, in only one hour, they can deliver an amazing plate of food with no planning. They must then survive the Palate Test, a brand new MasterChef challenge. Chef John Torode demonstrates crumbed venison cutlets, beetroot jalapeno relish and skordallia. Without seeing the demo, the amateurs are given just a few minutes to taste this dish before being asked to write down exactly what it is in it, using their sense of smell, and palate. Then they are asked to recreate John's dish in just one hour - without a recipe. At the end of these two challenges, for some of the hopefuls it's the end of their MasterChef journey. Next the remaining contestants must face their first taste of a professional kitchen, as they try to stand up to the pressure of a busy lunch service in London's One Twenty One Two at The Royal Horseguards Hotel. Paying customers' expectations must be met, and with only one hour to get to grips with the dishes the heat is really on.

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Cookery competition with John Torode and Gregg Wallace. It is the third quarter final, with the best amateurs from the week's heats going head-to-head to cook their finest two courses not only for John and Gregg, but for three of the exceptional MasterChef champions who know exactly what the contestants are going through - Shelina Permalloo, Dhruv Baker and Tim Anderson. Which amateurs will have what it takes to earn one of the 12 coveted places in the next round - the daunting Knockout week? Only the best will survive, taking their first step towards being crowned MasterChef Champion 2013.

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The next set of hopefuls pick up their knives and show off their culinary skills. Firstly, they must overcome the notorious Invention Test and prove that, in only one hour, they can deliver an amazing plate of food with no planning. No-one goes home after this because next they have to survive the extremely tricky Palate Test, a brand new MasterChef challenge. John demonstrates seafood chowder and soda bread. Without seeing the demo, the amateurs are given just a few minutes to taste this dish before being asked to write down exactly what is in it, using their sense of smell, and palate. Then they are asked to recreate John's dish in just one hour - without a recipe. At the end of these two challenges, some of the hopefuls will have reached the end of their MasterChef journey. Next, the remaining contestants must face their first taste of a professional kitchen, as they try to stand up to the pressure of a busy lunch service in a London brasserie.

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Cookery competition with John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Five amateur chefs compete for a place in the MasterChef quarter-finals. First, they must cook an exceptional dish completely from scratch in just one hour in the invention test, then they must face the tricky palate test. This new challenge sees Chef John Torode demonstrate pappardelle with meatballs and tomato sauce, which the competitors must recreate without the recipe in just one hour - with only their sense of smell and their palates to guide them. Two contestants will be sent home after these two challenges, with the remaining three thrown into a busy lunchtime service at London's One-O-One restaurant to test their skills in a professional environment. Finally, they face the final test of the heat, cooking their own two brilliant courses to impress John and Gregg.

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A selection of amateur cooks try to prove what they can do to judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace in this highly competitive and tense cooking competition.

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