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No, it's not Stefano, the bad guy from “MasterChef.”

No, it's not Stefano, the bad guy from “MasterChef.”

Although people often comment on him with an apostrophe on the street by comparing him to fiery star chef Gordon Ramsay, Stefano Vita doesn't see himself as an “evil judge of food.” Chef“.

“For me, neither Martin nor I are bad,” he told QMI, laughing.



Chefs Stefano Faita and Martin Picard.

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“I find it funny to see that in people's eyes there is a complete 'bad guy' in the judges. We are not here to destroy anyone. “The goal is to be objective and healthy in our comments, but also to be able to help these chefs grow, ” confirmed the chef-owner of Impasto restaurant.

“At the beginning of the season, I had the impression that we were looking a little bit more rough, “But I find that over time we seem more relaxed and have softened,” he added, stressing that the whole human, friendly side was very strong in the group. Master Chef Quebec.



Stefano Faita in the kitchen

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Moreover, the further the competition progresses, the more apparent it becomes that a departure is heartbreaking, especially when highly skilled candidates falter in an elimination challenge, as was the case with Kimberly, who was eliminated two weeks ago.

“I got a lot of messages from people who wanted to know why we made that decision. Yes, she probably had a little more talent than others, but in the challenge we saw that she made a mistake, her hollandaise sauce separated,” he recalls, adding that “refining the kitchen “It was part of the game.

“We need to say the real things. […] “We don't judge dishes by personalities, we judge dishes by dishes,” said the chef, whose favorite dish this season was Mary's stuffed squid.

“It's always hard to let someone go, but what's even worse is that there are fewer candidates left. For us at the end, when there were five or four left, it was heartbreaking because we see how far that person has come.



Stefano Faita in the kitchen

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It is also a one-man progression that was used to choose between certain candidates who were tied on all counts during the Elimination Challenge. “We had to become hard to make him satisfied “We look for the little details, but I remember we were wondering how we were going to do it,” he said.

Clues for the final

filming Master Chef Quebec It concluded in mid-January. The least that can be said about him is that “the end will be something.”

For the occasion, three guest judges will invite themselves onto the stage to help him and Martin crown the winner who, in addition to the grand honors, will win $50,000.



Stefano Faita in the kitchen

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“The final was very close and I advise people to keep watching because the final is going to be something,” Stefano said.

According to him, to get this far in the competition, candidates need to have talent, be able to develop tastes, and progress over the weeks. “The taste for us will be the most important point, but it remains complete,” explained the judge, who would like to return to the kitchen next year.

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final for Master Chef Quebec It will air on April 4 on TVA. As for the daily, you can follow it during the weekdays from Monday to Thursday at 7:30 pm and follow on VAT +.