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MasterChef: The Professionals
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Series 5 - Episode 24
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All that’s left between the finalists and the highest culinary accolade of their career so far is a three-course meal. Well, that and the discerning palates of judges Gregg Wallace and Michel Roux Jr. The winner will then follow in the footsteps of previous Professional MasterChef champions. Last year’s winner, Ash Mair, for instance, has just published a Spanish recipe book and is about to open his own London restaurant.
After five gruelling weeks, the finalists' last challenge is to prepare a three-course menu for Gregg Wallace and Michel Roux Jr, drawing on everything they have learned during the competition and over the course of their careers. The judges assess the hopefuls' efforts before deciding who is the winner of the competition, succeeding 2011 champion Ash Mair.
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Michel Roux Jr
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