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At the conclusion of last night’s episode of CTV’s MASTERCHEF CANADA, Dora Cote, a plumber from Rocky Mountain House, Alta., was eliminated from the culinary competition series.
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Dora Cote is the sixth home cook eliminated from MASTERCHEF CANADA
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The Top 11 home cooks were surprised to find a childhood photo of themselves in their third Mystery Box, with instructions to cook from their youth, background, and heritage for the challenge. Eric handily won the challenge, with some of his rival home cooks executing their dishes with serious lapses in judgment – including Carly, who wound up mistaking one meat for another, and plating a raw eye of round roast as a result. Eric’s reward was getting to choose the protein the remaining home cooks had to work with in the elimination challenge. Despite providing difficult ingredients like brain and tongue to Danielle and Kaila – the latter of whom Eric has a growing rivalry with week after week – those two home cooks do well in the challenge. Kaila emerges the victor, and she and runner-up Pino will be captains in the next team challenge. And ironically, despite Eric paying a favour back to Dora for saving him from the last pressure test by assigning a less complicated cut of beef, she doesn’t do well with the easy ingredient she’s given, and is eliminated.
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 10), the Top 10 home cooks face their biggest team challenge yet at Canadian Forces Base Trenton. Using pop-up army field kitchens, they have to make a delicious steak dinner for 151 troops. Battling unfamiliar equipment, inclement weather, and each other, the teams fight to avoid the dreaded pressure test. The remaining Top 10 home cooks vying for $100,000 and the first-ever Canadian MasterChef title are:
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