And then there were three. MasterChef contestant Glenda Clark has been sent home but the Cantabrian says she wouldn't change a thing, calling the experience one of the best of her life.
A dry rarebit and sloppy anglaise let Clark down in Dubai and she was eliminated from the reality show last night.
The contestants were issued last night's challenge by celebrity guest chef Gary Rhodes, who owns two high end restaurants in Dubai.
The teams had to cook a three-course menu for 24 discerning guests.
Dubai hosts some of the world's best restaurants and local foodies know their stuff, so the challenge was a tough one for the Kiwi chefs.
Despite her efforts last night being judged "a bit clumsy overall" Clark said she had no regrets and given the chance, she wouldn't change a thing.
"I don't think we did anything wrong with our dishes - we really wanted to take what Greg said about respecting the history of Middle Eastern food into account but give it a slightly Kiwi twist.
"Everything was delicious but sometimes when the competition is so close it comes down to just the slightest thing such as seasoning."
Clark, who got emotional during last night's episode about her MasterChef journey, insists she doesn't cry that much "in real life."
She said she loved every minute of her time on MasterChef.
"You make friends so quickly you feel it profoundly when they leave - it's just you guys in the house, they are your family for a little while and it is painful to see them go knowing that they will be disappointed and you can't give them another hug to help get them through."
Clark said she was on the fence about who would win, but "I just can't wait to see who does."