Last week, The Top 6 Mini Chefs headed to a fancy restaurant in Los Angeles and pandemonium ensued. This was one nail biter of a show. I am amazed these kids managed to pull any of these dishes off!
However, at the end of the say, MasterChef Junior said goodbye to Ayla and Kayla. Hmm. I don’t know. It seems to me that Jenna had more issues in that kitchen than Ayla but then, of course, Jenna’s Team won the challenge – which I actually did not expect to happen.
Between you, me and your tablet, I think these Final Four young cooks, Jenna, Andrew, Nathan and Jimmy, have been the favorites from Day One.
And, I suspect, that the MasterChef producers are rooting for a young female to win the Season 3 title since the winners from Season 1 and 2 were males. So, we shall see if this pans out in the end.
This week the remaining four mini chefs must prepare 20 Creme Brulees. Yikes! I wouldn’t know how to tackle 1 let alone 20.
Following this, the young cooks will tackle a complex raspberry dessert. These challenges will determine which two chefs advance to the Grand Finale next week.
MasterChef airs on Tuesday, February 17th at 8:00 PM on Fox.
Also, if anyone wants to lend a pen in hand in providing a culinary analysis of this show on a weekly basis, please let me know. I am a pretty good cook but certainly not the best by any stretch of the imagination so a culinary expert would be most welcome on the MasterClassLady.Com Community.
Finally, as I mentioned last week, the extremely gifted and resourceful Logan Guleff, who won the MasterChef Junior crown in Season 2, has been busy as a beaver on social media. If you want to stay in touch with “all things Logan” you can follow him on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and OrderUpWithLogan.
Here is the trailer for Tuesday, February 17th show. As Jimmy says, “Slow and steady wins the race“. How true. You could apply this idiom to pretty much everything in life.