Britain's Best Home Cook

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Britain's Best Home Cook

It's the final chance for the cooks to impress the judges with the very best of their home cooking, with the ultimate main and pudding.

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Season 1
The semi-finalists must impress the judges with their party canapes before improvising with ginger or orange. The cooks in the elimination must compete to avoid being sent home.
The quarter-finalists have two and a half hours to prepare their ultimate sharing feast with four complementary dishes that must come together as a complete meal.
The last six cooks have two and a half hours to prepare the best chocolate desserts that they can. The best ones must choose between tofu or aubergine for the cooks' challenge.
The cooks have two and a half hours to prepare their ultimate roast with a potato dish and at least two other accompaniments, before tackling either crab or cauliflower.
Mary Berry, the queen of home cookery, top chef Dan Doherty, and produce expert Chris Bavin put the remaining eight skilful home cooks through the culinary ringer.
The best nine home cooks battle it out over their finest fish dish and improvise with squash or rice before the weakest face a tricky dessert elimination round.