The first half of a double episode of Masterchef saw contestants create dishes, savoury or sweet, which remind them of their childhood.
Although the standard on Masterchef remained high, obviously, the competition got Twitter thinking back to what they remembered eating during their childhood years.
Suffice to say, their memory-inspired dishes were far less extravagant...
My food memory would be ham and pickled onion butties I used to eat when I came home from Uni. Easy #Masterchef
-- Neil Halton (@NeilHalton) April 18, 2016
A food that reminds you of your childhood....mummy's macaroni cheese! #Masterchef
-- Jo Callister (@JoCallister) April 18, 2016
Did none of these people get fish fingers, chips and beans as a child. They really missed out there! #masterchef
-- James (@jaygee72) April 18, 2016
Food from your childhood? I'd be serving up Angel Delight with the judge's initials etched into the surface! #masterchef
-- Gary (@upthegary) April 18, 2016
My dish inspired by childhood would be bread and jam. That's all I remember eating #masterchef
-- Annie LCFC SMOZ (@anniesmoz) April 18, 2016
Childhood memory dish...would a Tayto cheese & onion sandwich get me through knockout week? #MasterChef
-- Kerry BroighterGold (@k_broightergold) April 18, 2016
They're cooking food from their childhood on #masterchef today.
I'm pretty sure I'd be serving fajitas, an Activia and a pack of Superkings.
-- ncl_medic (@ncl_medic) April 18, 2016
Something to cook from my childhood would be some sort of chocolate cake! Simple but tasty to perfection!!#MasterChef
-- Alex Loukopoulos (@cadburysmeaow) April 18, 2016
One dish. Food from my childhood. Banana Custard? Simples! ? #masterchef
-- Bruce (@Brucebfg) April 18, 2016
But come on. Who wouldn't want a starter of jam on toast, main of mac and cheese and dessert of Angel Delight in a Michelin Star restaurant?