Corner Shop Cook-Off

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The former [[Masterchef Goes Large|Masterchef The Professionals]] champion Gary Maclean takes on a series of other outstanding chefs.
The former [[Masterchef Goes Large|Masterchef The Professionals]] champion Gary Maclean takes on a series of other outstanding chefs.
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Their challenge? Cook a three-course meal. Using ingredients from a small corner shop. And spending no more than £15.
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Their challenge? Cook a three-course meal. Using ingredients from a small corner shop. And spending no more than £15. Every penny counts on this show.
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For the viewer, there's a little challenge: can you guess what the ingredients might make as the chef buys them? There's also some soft education, little hints and tips we can use in everyday cooking.
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''Gary Maclean makes pasta with Clare Grogan.''
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Each course is judged by regulars of the shop and residents of the local community. The winner of the starter and main courses gets to choose a free ingredient from three that Clare picked out before the contest. Good luck using the fishfingers in your dessert...
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As every show comes from somewhere different, we get to see all aspects of Scotland across the series. Everywhere, we get to enjoy Clare Grogan's sharp hosting: pleasant and witty, and happy to go wherever the cooking takes us.
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Each show is a self-contained little drama, we find a winner, and we get to know a small community a little better.
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== Web links ==
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[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000fln4 Official site]
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Each course will be judged by regulars of the shop and residents of the local community residents. As every show comes from somewhere different, we get to see all aspects of Scotland across the series.
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== See also ==
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[[Weaver's Week 2020-04-26|Weaver's Week review]]
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Current revision as of 22:02, 24 May 2020

Contents

Host

Clare Grogan

Co-hosts

Gary Maclean (resident cook)

Broadcast

Mentorn Scotland for BBC Scotland, 19 February 2020 to present

Synopsis

The former Masterchef The Professionals champion Gary Maclean takes on a series of other outstanding chefs.

Their challenge? Cook a three-course meal. Using ingredients from a small corner shop. And spending no more than £15. Every penny counts on this show.

For the viewer, there's a little challenge: can you guess what the ingredients might make as the chef buys them? There's also some soft education, little hints and tips we can use in everyday cooking.

Corner Shop Cook-Off Gary Maclean makes pasta with Clare Grogan.

Each course is judged by regulars of the shop and residents of the local community. The winner of the starter and main courses gets to choose a free ingredient from three that Clare picked out before the contest. Good luck using the fishfingers in your dessert...

As every show comes from somewhere different, we get to see all aspects of Scotland across the series. Everywhere, we get to enjoy Clare Grogan's sharp hosting: pleasant and witty, and happy to go wherever the cooking takes us.

Each show is a self-contained little drama, we find a winner, and we get to know a small community a little better.

Web links

Official site

See also

Weaver's Week review

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