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Best Home Cook Season Finale | BBC One | Thurs 20 Feb 2020

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Tonight it’s the final of Best Home Cook and Mary Berry, Angela Hartnett and Chris Bavin raise the bar for the three remaining home cooks before one of them is crowned the winner.

All bets are off as the judges turn the competition on its head, and the surprises keep on coming. Chris starts things off with his Rustle Up. For the final it’s even tougher, and the cooks are given extra time to produce two stunning dishes which showcase Chris’s chosen ingredient.

With Chris’s final Rustle Up in the bag the cooks immediately move onto Angela’s Eliminator round. The judges will be taking both the Rustle Up and Eliminator rounds into account when they make their decision, so for the first time the Eliminator will not be judged blind and the judges will be watching the cook every move.

The cooks are more nervous than we have ever seen them as they get started on Angela’s fiddly recipe. It’s a drama-filled round and the cooks are exhausted when Claudia calls time. With all three dishes tasted, the judges then face their most difficult decision yet: which cook will they send home, and who deserves to cook for the title?

The next morning it’s back to the kitchens for the final time, and the two finalists face their last challenge. It’s Mary’s turn, and she’s asked for their Ultimate three-course dinner party – a starter, main and desert. The cooks are reminded that nothing they’ve done up to this point matters, all that lies between them and being crowned winner are these three courses.

After an exciting eight weeks of cooking, the judges must make their final decision and crown one of them the winner of Best Home Cook.

Airdate: Thursday 20 February 2020 at 8.00pm on BBC One.

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