CTV’s MasterChef Canada filmed at The Canadian Canoe Museum airs on Monday night

'Gifts from the Earth' sees the top four home cooks travelling to the museum for a team challenge

In the "Gifts from the Earth" episode of MasterChef Canada filmed at The Canadian Canoe Museum, Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette discusses the Three Sisters of Indigenous agriculture with MasterChef Canada judge Chef Michael Bonacini and guest chefs Mandie Sellar and David Wolfman. The episode airs on CTV at 9 p.m. on May 27, 2019. (Photo courtesy of CTV)
In the "Gifts from the Earth" episode of MasterChef Canada filmed at The Canadian Canoe Museum, Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette discusses the Three Sisters of Indigenous agriculture with MasterChef Canada judge Chef Michael Bonacini and guest chefs Mandie Sellar and David Wolfman. The episode airs on CTV at 9 p.m. on May 27, 2019. (Photo courtesy of CTV)

An episode of CTV’s MasterChef Canada filmed at The Canadian Canoe Museum last year airs on Monday night (May 27).

The episode, called “Gifts from the Earth” sees the top four home cooks travelling to the museum for a team challenge.

“Indigenous guest chefs join the judges in tasting the teams’ menus, specially prepared to honour The Three Sisters of indigenous agriculture,” reads a CTV media release.

MasterChef Canada judges outline the Team Challenge for the home cooks to honour First Nations Cuisine. Pictured (left to right): Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette with MasterChef Canada judges Chef Michael Bonacini, Chef Alvin Leung, and Chef Claudio Aprile. (Photo courtesy of CTV)
MasterChef Canada judges outline the Team Challenge for the home cooks to honour First Nations Cuisine. Pictured (left to right): Chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette with MasterChef Canada judges Chef Michael Bonacini, Chef Alvin Leung, and Chef Claudio Aprile. (Photo courtesy of CTV)

The winning teammates will move ahead to the competition’s semi-final, while the losing team will fight it out “in the most challenging Pressure Test to date.”

“We’re always looking for new and different ways to tell the story of our museum and its world-class collection,” says the museum’s executive director Carolyn Hyslop in a media release. “Working with MasterChef Canada is a truly unique way to share with audiences across Canada and beyond.”

The episode was filmed in a single day at the museum in late 2018.

You can watch the episode of MasterChef Canada at 9 p.m. on May 27, 2019 on CTV, CTV.ca, and the CTV app.

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