MasterChef’s Matt Landmark Gets A Boot After Failing Messina Gelato Challenge

MasterChef’s Matt Landmark gets the boot after failing to impress judges in Messina gelato challenge

Matt Landmark was knocked out of MasterChef on Tuesday night’s episode of the cooking show.

The talented chef saw his dream come to an end after failing to produce enough ice cream during a pressure test with Donato Toce of Gelato Messina.

Matt was tasked with recreating Messina’s famous “Honey” gelato dessert and pitted against Montana co-stars Daniel and Michael.

Finished: Matt Landmark was knocked out of the MasterChef on Tuesday night’s episode of the cooking show

Although he managed to blow up the perfect “hive” in the challenge, Matt fell behind when it came to actual ice cream.

The judges said the professor had too much financier (a French cake) in his dessert and not enough ice cream.

Fatal Mistake: Judges Said Professor Had Too Much Financier (a French Cake) in His Dessert and Not Enough Ice Cream

Fatal Mistake: Judges Said Professor Had Too Much Financier (a French Cake) in His Dessert and Not Enough Ice Cream

Donato said it was a fatal mistake for the enthusiastic cook given that the challenge was essentially based on ice cream.

That said, Matt was complimented on his “beautiful beehive” and flawless tile, which were the other elements of the dish.

Speaking to Ten Play after his elimination, Matt said he accepted the outcome of the challenge, even though he was disappointed.

Clarification: That said, Matt was complimented for his “beautiful hive” and flawless tile

Clarification: That said, Matt was complimented for his “beautiful hive” and flawless tile

“What Donato said was, among financiers, you just couldn’t taste ice cream, and for him, it was an ice cream challenge,” Matt said.

‘I’m going to wear this and it suits me. I made peace with that, I think.

Matt said appearing on the show was a steep learning curve for him, forcing him out of his comfort zone.

“What Donato said was, among financiers, you just couldn’t taste ice cream, and for him, it was an ice cream challenge,” Matt said. ‘I’m going to wear this and it suits me. I made peace with that, I think. Here (left to right): Daniel, Michael, Montana, Matt

“Suddenly you’re in a kitchen with 23 other people and they’re all the best cooks,” he continued.

‘You need to reevaluate, how can you stand out? How can you improve your diet? »

MasterChef Australia: Fans & Favorites continues Wednesday 10, 7:30 p.m.

Who will win?  MasterChef Australia: Fans & Favorites continues Wednesday 10, 7:30 p.m.

Who will win? MasterChef Australia: Fans & Favorites continues Wednesday 10, 7:30 p.m.

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