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It takes Dhruv to create fusion out of sight.
Palet of an angel.
when Dhruv cries.
(does he cry? i've not seen it much this series)
palet of a demon
The 3 michelin star experience
Tim went to a lovely old french fella in his family place that has existed for 100 years or something. Gaudy design but nice looking artery busting food. He done something with a leg and done it very well. LOFF was impressed.
Alex went to an Italian place which was a bit more modern and uses modern techniques to reinvent Italian cooking. He made a risotto well and chef and his brother said bravo (I lie, only his brother said bravo)
Dhruv went to Holland where Martin Jol in a wig showed him how to make a flowery little garden salad thing which he then served to Sue Pollards brother, he liked it. The Dhruv is on fire then cooked some fish a multitude of ways for Jol and wife of Jol who both liked it.
Then it was back to the old mystery box. Alex messed up his lamb by undercooking it and then overcooking it. I can't really remember the other two dishes but I think they were better.
And finally it was 3 course menu stage. Alex fluffed it by not cooking everything perfectly despite having a few good touches, Tim made his soup too thin and his pear to coffee like but other than that he done well but Dhruv where's my car hit the right notes with some perfect cooking.
They announced the winner, Alex looked gutted but proud, Tim just looked gutted and Dhruv looked like DanielKelly after a soya latte.
Pallet of a parcelforce
I've no idea what Dhurv is but I had a sneaky suspicion there'd be a joke at my expense in here somewhere. The coffee-induced paranoia never lies.
I missed it last night.
She drove her scooter through the Masterchef kitchen, fatally wounding alex with a stilletto and running Greg down before flinging Mackem portions of Victoria sponge at Tim and Dhruv until they collapsed and John surrended and crowned her the champion.
woman from Sunderland with a huge beehive walking through an Indian market next to some cattle?
This was thanks to the BBC renaming the show 'MasterChef: The Final Three' so that our BTVision box then decided this wassn't sufficiently like 'MasterChef' to warrant it recording. (Combine that with us failing to realise that it would be shown on Monday at all, otherwise I'd have checked, I guess.)
but I don't understand anything that's happening outside the cheap DanielKelly shots
I'm glad Dhruv won. Well done him.