The first of the white aprons were handed out during the MasterChef Season 7 premiere on FOX last night, as it was Chef Gordon Ramsay and Christina Tosi judging some Battle for the Apron challenges on Master Chef 2016, but who was eliminated on MasterChef 2016 last night? Find out those Season 7 premiere results on MasterChef last night below in our MasterChef 2016 spoilers!
Last night on MasterChef 2016 Season 7, we started the new season with the 40 best home cooks after all the auditions for the new season were completed. They would be battling it out for one of the MasterChef White Aprons in individual battles with their signature dishes.
I like this format, as it has bakers going against each other and making cupcakes and a group of firefighters all battling it out for an apron and dads taking each other on. Some of the dishes lined up, like the cupcakes and pork and some didn’t, as the firefighters all made different dishes.
In the end, the eight home cooks that walked away with a white apron last night on MasterChef 2016 were:
- Brandi Mudd – Steak Battle
- Andrea Galan – Baker Battle
- Manny Washington – Firefighter Battle
- Eric Howard – Firefighter Battle
- David Williams – Dad Battle
- Terry Mueller – Quicklook, so no clue on the battle pairing
- Barbara Savage – Quicklook, so no clue on the battle pairing
- Bill Travers – Quicklook, so no clue on the battle pairing
- Lisa-Ann Marchesi – Quicklook, so no clue on the battle pairing
- Nathan Barnhouse – Quicklook, so no clue on the battle pairing
With that being said, the home cooks losing the battles last night were. Since some were quicklooks, we had no clue of the losers but only the winners:
- Samson Kohanski – Steak Battle
- Taylor Waltmon – Baker Battle
- Joe Russo – Firefighter Battle
- Freddy Coleman – Firefighter Battle
- Joe Pickens – Dad Battle
What do you think of the results on MasterChef 2016 last night?
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