The MasterChef semi-finals continued with the eight remaining cooks heading to the biggest naval base in western Europe to serve lunch to members of the Royal Navy on board anti-submarine frigate HMS Northumberland.
Split into two teams of four, the red team of Liz, Jack, Jen and Stuart and the blue team's Annie, Billy, Jane and Juanita had to create two main courses and a dessert to feed 110 members of the company.
They had less than four hours to deliver their menu and impress judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode and the crew members. The blue team won, which meant the red team, whose lemon tart sparked a number of mirth-filled tweets on Twitter, had to cook-off against each other.
However, many viewers thought the blue team should have won and fuming fans took to Twitter to express their thoughts.
We're feeling blue for the Reds
Boooo blue team! (Apart from Billy!) Not sure how they're the best team when they'd have "fallen apart" without one of them! #Masterchef
-- Katie Territt (@CooperTemple) April 27, 2016
Livid with Torode! How did he choose the Blue team?! They were a shambles both nights #MasterChef
-- sarah mcgregor (@motherofhorrors) April 27, 2016
-- Kenny D-S (@Kipplewinker) April 27, 2016
-- jem (@jemmadavis16) April 27, 2016
Absolutely fuming the blue team have gone through!!! Reds were only let down on their portion size!! #masterchef
-- Jess Brolly (@Jess_Brolly) April 27, 2016
4 best chefs are on red team. Blue were weaker team and not as good chefs. Disappointed #Masterchef
-- PartyGirl (@Norfolk_Girly) April 27, 2016
#masterchef No way the blue should have won....Got that wrong!
-- sandra burke (@sandraburke34) April 27, 2016
WHAT THE HELL MASTERCHEF blue team did not deserve to win they were a total shambles! #masterchef
-- Tilly (@TillyEnsor) April 27, 2016
Tart tweets ruled
"There's a race to get 60 portions of tart out" - I have a really dark joke in my head here, but I'll let you write your own #Masterchef
-- Zarte Siempre (@zarteftw) April 27, 2016