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Season 12 / Episode 41 and airs on 26 June 2017 19:00
Top chefs from across the nation compete for the chance to cook a four-course banquet for a high-profile figure.
Tommy hopes his Murray Mound is a fitting tribute to Andy Murray's apparent love of sushi. Eddie creates five strawberry elements to accompany his scallops.
Eddie Attwell is taking a risk with an unusual meat - water buffalo. But will the picnic-style dish be up to standards?
Both Eddie Attwell and Tommy Heaney attempt desserts featuring chocolate tennis balls, while Joery Castel cooks poffertjes, a traditional Dutch pancake.
The two remaining chefs cook their four courses for Oliver Peyton, Matthew Fort, Andi Oliver and guest judge Mansour Bahrami, tennis's greatest entertainer.
The eight winning regional chefs battle it out for the honour of a spot on this year's banquet menu, celebrating 140 years of the iconic Wimbledon Championships. Andi Oliver summons the chefs to Wimbledon to take a look at where they could be cooking if they win. Back in the kitchen, it is down to the chefs to prepare their starters. With three returning finalists, including former banquet winner Tommy Banks, taking on a host of chefs who have made it this far for the first time, the competition is fierce. The judges are joined by guest judge Sue Barker, host of the BBC's Wimbledon coverage for more than 20 years and a former British number one.
Today the chefs cook their fish courses but with some exceptionally high scoring dishes in the regional heats, each chef needs to deliver perfection in order to see off the competition. The judges are joined by guest judge Tim Henman, former British number one, who competed in Wimbledon's semi-final on four separate occasions and now commentates for the BBC.
It is main course day and with only two spots remaining on the banquet menu, the competition is fierce. As the barbecues are fired up, all eight chefs are feeling the heat. The judges are joined by guest judge Gordon Reid, Paralympic gold medallist and winner of the first ever men's singles wheelchair event at Wimbledon.
It is dessert day and with just one place remaining at the Wimbledon banquet, each chef is giving everything they have got. With three completely new desserts in contention, whose dish will triumph? The judges are joined by guest judge Annabel Croft, former British number one and Junior Wimbledon champion.
The winning chefs cook their dishes at the incredible Taste of Summer banquet. They prepare the winning menu for the banquet guests, including Wimbledon players and champions, as well as those who work behind the scenes to deliver the Championships. From Tim Henman to Judy Murray, the guests are all expecting perfection. Determined to do their absolute best for the celebrations, the chefs are feeling the nerves in the kitchen. Will they be able to deliver?
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