Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” is one of the most recognizable works of religious art in the world. Da Vinci’s interpretation of the subject of Christ and the Apostles has enraptured viewers and art historians for centuries…
During the introduction to the Cooking Channel’s popular program, My Grandmother’s Ravioli, we see a young Mo Rocca in photos as he shares a story about his grandmother, whom he calls Momma. She made elaborate Sunday dinners, but alas, he
Last week, we said goodbye to Tommy after a disastrous party platter challenge when he was paired with Katrina. This week, with six contestants left, it’s time for the annual, dreaded, “Restaurant Takeover” challenge.
Last week we said goodbye to Olivia after her disappointing dish featuring beef cheeks. Who will be going home next? Tommy says it feels fantastic to be in the top seven. The MasterChef trophy is so close. Nick says it’s feeling good as well and he’s going in to this next round of the competition with 100% confidence…
As they walk into the MasterChef kitchen, they find four large crates: two marked “Meat” and two marked “Vegetables”. They’re going to have to use the ingredients inside those crates to prepare their next dishes.
Jazz died in the late 60’s, right? There are some people who believe jazz died when Miles Davis went Electric with his 1969 album In A Silent Way, then spat in jazz’s face when he released Bitches Brew in 1970.
We’ve had two team challenges in a row, so it’s nice to be back for a Mystery Box challenge! (At least this viewer thinks so.) Tommy is the first person we hear from tonight as they are entering the MasterChef kitchen. He feels really great to be in the top nine but it’s also really scary….