MasterChef US Season 7 Episode 10 Spoilers: Contestants To Have A Hard Time Dealing With Tough Farmers?
MasterChef US Season 7 episode 10 spoilers teased that this week there will be a team challenge with farmers along with a shocking elimination round.Advertisement
In the upcoming episode, the teams will have to embrace some tough conditions. They will try to impress those who know what it takes to live off the land and prepare dishes that could be called a separate cuisine.
The teams need to be on their toes and keep their senses sharp to be able to sail through this rounds. It is quite predictable that the farm people are going to be some tough critics and impressing them would not be a walk in the park. The challenges are becoming more demanding and only the most competent would emerge the winner.
MasterChef US Season 7 episode 10 will also see the exit of a contestant who have by now grown quite popular with the fans, the Cartermatt reported. The season has entered that phase when the favorite contestants are sent through elimination. As the competition gets tougher and Gordon Ramsay’s rebukes get scarier, the show trundles towards choosing the most deserving candidate of the season.
The episode 9 of the current season saw the teams cooking meals for a bunch of birthday kids, and also the elimination of one of the most favorite contestants on the season, Alejandro Toro. Katie and Eric, the winners of the offal elimination challenge of the previous week were the team leaders, the EW reported.
Toro’s elimination came as a surprise to many, especially after he was picked as a potential favorite only a couple of weeks ago. However, the cake-related Pressure Test weighed heavy on him and led to his unexpected exit.
“It feels amazing! Now that I’ve had the opportunity of watching my experience from a 3rd-person perspective, I can truly grasp the reach of my participation,” he told the Cartermatt in an email interview. “This has been a blessing not only for me but for all of the people that feel identified with my trajectory.”