Masterchef 2019


#21

oh and he’s ‘never eaten a ready meal’

hate him already


#22

No because I said 9pm in the OP :wink:


#23

:disappointed_relieved: (is it usually on this late? i swear it’s usually 8)


#24

Oooft that soufflé


#25

Ok, I’m watching.

Souffle, Tarte tatin, fondant potato. Covering all the MC bases.

Not sure about Gregg’s new glasses though.


#26

people really love pointless micro herbs don’t they.


#27

Just seen those from last year and remembered how boring that series was :nauseated_face:


#28

Find it weird how many young people refer to the fact that they’re young now


#29

What is young though? I’d say to be on MC then, under 24?


#30

NAWAMIN! the boy


#31

I totally don’t remember the winner, but then my friend said he was the one who kept going on about Churchill and saluted a plane flying overhead and now i’m fuming.


#32

Yeah he was a Tory banker


#33

She likes a mustard cream, doesn’t she?


#34

also didn’t she say something about ‘i’ve got my new house now’. how is it impressive that you can cook if you own a house.


#35

Am I going to sit here on my phone whilst this is on again like I did with Professionals and fail to become invested in it as a result and feel really unfulfilled?


#36

I don’t get masterchef when it’s not the professionals. Why aren’t the contestants chefs?


#37

surely the other way round is less interesting? well done, you can do the thing you are paid for for a living. way more fun watching some admin bod fuck up a panna cotta or something.


#38

It started off as amateurs and was that way for years. The professionals is only a more recent thing.


#39

yeah that bits really good. I just don’t get why they don’t get jobs as chefs if they’re into food enough to do it badly on tv.


#40

A lot of them go on to become chefs or other cooking professionals. Wahaca is founded by a previous winner. The whole point is that at this stage these people are just amateurs with potential.