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- The 13 remaining home cooks face their second Mystery Box Challenge on the next episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA -
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TORONTO, Feb. 11, 2014 /CNW/ - At the conclusion of last night's episode of CTV's MASTERCHEF CANADA Brooke Feldman, a make-up artist from Toronto, was eliminated from the culinary competition series.
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Episode 4 Recap
The Top 14 home cooks arrived at the Air Canada Centre to discover that their first team challenge would be to prepare lunch for current Toronto Maple Leaf players including James Van Riemsdyk and past Leafs Wendel Clark and Darryl Sittler. Pino captained the blue team and picked Marida, Julie, Dora, Tammara, Carly, and Danielle. They faced off against the white team - Josh, Mike, Eric, Brooke, and Kaila who were led by Dale.
Tensions ran high as both teams wanted to avoid the dreaded Pressure Test. Team white lost the challenge and Dale saves himself and Danny who couldn't participate because he was sick, leaving Eric, Mike, Josh, and Brooke to make pasta uova di ravioli - a single ravioli with egg yolk and spinach ricotta filling in butter sage sauce. At the end of the episode Brooke was eliminated.
Next week, Beer!:
Coming up on the next all-new episode of MASTERCHEF CANADA (Monday, Feb. 17), the Top 13 home cooks face their second Mystery Box Challenge and must make the perfect hamburger using a meat grinder and a wide array of fresh protein with the exception of beef. All dishes are paired with the most Canadian of beverages - beer! The remaining home cooks vying for $100,000 and the first-ever Canadian MasterChef title are:
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