It's the final in this brand new Champion of Champions competition. The four winners from the heats get behind their cooking stations for one final time, and at the end of the day one of them walks away a champion. Chicken, tarragon and grape salad takes on chicken, asparagus and pea risotto in the starter duel, and venison with an orange and juniper sauce takes on duck with vanilla mash. There is also a big surprise in store for our finalists: joining presenter Dave Lamb and Glynn Purnell at the dining table are the eight losers from the heats, who will not only be tasting the food but also scoring it, meaning that the finalists have to make a total of 12 plates of food. Only two champions can go through to the dessert finale where they face the ultimate technical challenge set by Glynn Purnell - and it will be down to the Michelin-starred chef to decide whose dessert outshone the other and take them to glory, becoming a champion of champions.
|Episode Title:||Episode 5|
|Airs:||2016-09-09 at 12:05|