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This is not "the contestant who made Michal cry." This is something much, much worse - Walla! Food

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How does an innocent question become a tearful bounce of ratings in Israel's prime time prime time? Do not ask "Master Chef", she already knows



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This is not "the contestant who made Michal cry."

This is something much, much worse

How does an innocent question become a tearful bounce of ratings in Israel's prime time prime time?

Do not ask "Master Chef", she already knows

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  • Master Chef

  • Michal Ansky

  • Eyal Shani

  • Haim Cohen

  • Israel Aharoni

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Thursday, January 21, 2021, 1:35 p.m.

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This column is supposed to deal mainly with the food of "Master Chef", but one cannot ignore the confession of Michal Ansky, who told with pain - both physically and mentally - about the paralysis she received about two years ago, the surgery she underwent and the recovery period.



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, which also seemed to surprise her fellow judges, actually put subtitles translating to what we had all seen on Ansky's face since the start of the season, and was moving and full of sincerity.

However, and regardless of the touching words, it's hard to ignore the fact that this season feels - even more than ever - very filmed and very timed, with food not the main player.



And it's not just the quantity and quality of the judges' text, but what seems to be forced in some of the auditions.

Hello and hello, we found the Arab of the season

The embarrassing moment of "Master Chef" judges

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strange?

Nadav Yair (Photo: Screenshot, Keshet 12 Master Chef)

Yair told his story for long minutes, and had to deal with a question - yes, from whoever you think - that would not have been addressed to any other Israeli born here ("Why do you look so weird?")

Take for example Mike the sapper, who served a simple beetroot soup to the entree.

Very simple, simple at a level that any of us can make at home, and has earned it less flattering descriptions such as "flat flavors", "unripe beetroot soup", or "tasteless".

Still, Mike went through a phase, probably because the production really wanted an Israelina story about a combat man who had already seen it all, and decided to retire to the kitchen.



Nadav Yair, a martial arts expert who was born in Hawaii and came to Israel following a Bible book that was at his grandfather's house, is another example. For the entree, he made pita sabih, pickled egg, chicken liver and eggplant with a pomegranate. Sounds a bit hopeless, right? They were not really enthusiastic, and the second audition started anyway.



Yair told his story for long minutes, and had to deal with a question - yes, from whoever you think - that was not addressed to any other Israeli born here ("Why do you look so weird?"). At least he later bombarded with Hawaiian-style fish soup, which put in proportion all the sabih and eggplant and pomegranate.

The bites were juicy, the meat remained dry

The big quarrel of the auditions

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Not sure.

Hananel's Eggplant Tears (Photo: Screenshot, Keshet 12 Master Chef)

Try describing an audition for a cooking-loving singer in "A Star Is Born," who was also asked to prepare some dish along the way.

Khalas, you ate our heads

Also in Hananel's audition, a singer-songwriter with "Falling Womb" of course, there was too much talk and too little taste.

It started with a beautified opening dose of "Eggplant Tears" and music for seasoning, continued with a song from "Joseph and the Striped Shirt," and ended with dumplings.

This whole journey took long minutes of television - about a quarter of the entire show, for God's sake - and raised particularly deep questions at home.

Try describing an audition for a cooking-loving singer in "A Star Is Born," who was also asked to prepare some dish along the way.

Khalas, you ate our heads.



And we will move on to food.

Tzipi Dan, who immigrated from Georgia as a child, brought some more from what currently looks like the winning kitchen of "Master Chef 9" (our longing for Irkley, hopefully we can see you again before the end of this column's budget).

For the opening dish, she prepared a traditional Georgian dish of eggplant rolls stuffed with walnut puree and garnished with pomegranates, which sent me straight to the 14th Nanuchka.



The second dish remained in the Georgian worlds and strange names, Tarragon and cloves and tamarind and lots of greens on top.Eyal, who tasted the enchanted stew, claimed that “he had a brain born in honor of the food.” Life had no words, which is sometimes better after you have to do a polo-up for such sentences.

What did you say you wanted to do with a tomato?!?!

The audition that "Master Chef" had to censor

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The well.

Eyal celebrates in Darijani (Photo: screenshot, Master Chef Keshet 12)

Eyal noted that he went through a transcendental experience, something that includes a dive into eternal death, even though "spices are not part of my religion."

In short, already give him a single program that I will not batch to write about

From Georgia to Uzbekistan, and to a contestant who unfortunately has not moved, and so far it is not so clear to me why.



Ruthie, who immigrated to Israel from Tashkent at the age of 7, made ratatouille in a charming and childish bread pot.

For the second dish she made oshpalau - or maybe plov, pilau or pilaf, depending on what denomination you come from - which included mutton, rice and carrots.

A few ingredients and a few spices that miraculously crystallize into one of the most delicious and popular dishes available.



Eyal loved it very much and also noted this time that he went through a transcendental experience, something that includes diving into eternal death, even though "spices are not part of my religion."

In short, already give him a single program that I will not batch to write about.



Ruthie's audition was long (which actually hinted at moving on to the next stage) and of course included a long conversation about her origins - her grandfather cooked for the Nazis to survive - and her being a lesbian and mother of two.

With such materials, going beyond the next step would have been required, but the result was a dismissal, and also a rethinking of the solidity of the conspiracy theories I laid out at the beginning of the column.

The madman's madness

It's a mess that should knock down any audition, but maybe Michal Ansky was too busy

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Completely.

Efrat and Michal recover in "Master Chef" (Photo: screenshot, Keshet 12 Master Chef)

Every woman, and I hope every man, knows that such a question is not asked, certainly if it is not known, and certainly if it is filmed in a TV studio of a prime-time program.

And finally, closing the circle. It is quite difficult to watch auditions where the contestants undress or mentally undress in front of the audience at home. This is what happened to Efrat, a naturopath who even ran a restaurant until before the Corona and made chocolate with the addition of Parisian gnocchi and goose breast. This winter dish comes from the Alsace region of France, and has already known a lot of versions, recipes, spices and personal touches (in Michal, for example, it is caraway, in others juniper). Efrat's chocolate passed easily, but the whole audition went less well in the throat.



For the second dish, she made soup for Malaysian Alexa, which drew mostly positive reviews, and one amazing question from Michal in particular - "Do you want more children?". Every woman, and I hope every man, knows that such a question is not asked, certainly if it is not known, and certainly if it is filmed in a TV studio of a prime-time program. Ansky noticed that she was touching a sensitive spot (it could not really be missed, come on) and noticed tears for sure, but instead of letting Efrat down and letting her relax, maybe even apologizing, they chose to dig there more. "I only ask because me and the girls are the same age, and I want more," Ansky explained to a panel that felt even more bizarre than usual, including a "sure" call from the encouraging Haim.



From there, the road was short to Ansky's revealing monologue itself, and to the MDA caption on the MAKO website ("The contestant who made Michal Ansky cry"). This is how it is in "Master Chef", where the food is served only from the bounce, drama and tears must satisfy the appetite.

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