- The remaining home cooks take on a teeming tank of Nova Scotia lobsters and have their teamwork tested in a gruelling elimination challenge, on the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA -
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TORONTO, March 25, 2014 /CNW/ - At the conclusion of last night's episode of CTV's MASTERCHEF CANADA featuring an off-site food truck challenge, Danielle Cardozo, an employment development officer from Cranbrook, B.C., was the ninth home cook eliminated from the culinary competition series.
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Episode 10 Recap
The home cooks arrive at Toronto's iconic Nathan Phillips Square for their next team challenge with smiles on their faces as they see two decked out food trucks - the challenge? Running the trucks and feeding a hungry lunchtime crowd! With each dish being sold at $5, the truck with the most cash in their till at the end of the challenge wins, and all proceeds go to charity. Tammara captains the blue team and chooses the Mexican food truck, while Eric captains the red team and runs the Italian food truck. The challenge is a tight one - only three customers separate the trucks, and the blue team barely ekes out the win. A Pressure Test forces the red team members to craft a technically difficult Baked Alaska dessert - and ultimately, it's Danielle's MasterChef dream that melts away. She is eliminated from the MASTERCHEF CANADA kitchen.
MASTERCHEF CANADA airs Mondays at 8 p.m./7 p.m. CT on CTV and CTV GO (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). Last night's episode is now available on demand at CTV.ca and the CTV GO app.
Coming up on the next all-new episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA (Monday, March 31), the Top 7 home cooks face a Mystery Box challenge that pits them against a teeming tank of Nova Scotia lobsters. The competitor who gets the most creative with their crustaceans wins not one but two huge advantages in a very unique Elimination Challenge. Skill is paramount, but so is communication in a tense tag team challenge with surprising results. The final Top 7 home cooks vying for $100,000 and the first-ever Canadian MasterChef title are:
- Eric Chong, Oakville, Ont.
- Julie Miguel, Woodbridge, Ont.
- Kaila Klassen, born in Penticton, B.C., currently resides in West Kelowna, B.C.
- Marida Mohammed, born in Sudbury, Ont., currently resides in Toronto, Ont.
- Mike Green, born in Kenora, Ont., currently resides in Winnipeg, Man.
- Pino DiCerbo, Mississauga, Ont.
- Tammara Behl, born in St. Albert, Alta., currently resides in Calgary, Alta.
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