Three Angeleno Chefs Are ‘Back to Win’ MasterChef’s Competition (Exclusive Video)

LAMag has sneak peek as the final 20 contestants of MasterChef’s L.A.-heavy ‘Back To Win’ face off
Julius Miller • Los Angeles Magazine • June 13, 2022
MasterChef ‘Back To Win’ is what many would consider being the ultimate competition, gathering the best contestants from previous seasons to face off against each other. Only 20 contestants remain, but three of them come from the West Coast’s...
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