BRITAIN’S Best Home Cook will soon be over as Pippa, Dipa and Philip hope to cook their way to victory.
Here’s everything you need to know about the final and who’s taking part…
The Britain’s Best Home Cook finalists (L-R) Pippa, Dipa and Philip
When is the Britain’s Best Home Cook Final on BBC One?
The final of Britain’s Best Home Cook will air TONIGHT (June 14) at 8pm on BBC One.
Philip, Dipa and Pippa are the last contestants standing and will battle it out to be crowned the winner.
They will take part in three challenges – a technical and tricky summer picnic favourite, a dish made from chicken and mushrooms and their best main course and pudding.
The dishes cooked will include a Thai curry, Beef Wellington and someone will take the big risk of replicating one of Mary Berry’s own cake recipes.
Who are the Britain’s Best Home Cook finalists?
Dipa is a 44-year-old mother and civil servant from Wolverhampton.
She revealed she became interested in cooking from an early age and was already whipping up curries by the age of 11.
She lives with her husband and three children, aged 18, 13, and three, who all love her homemade dishes.
Dipa sailed through the quarter-finals thanks to her spectacular Indian celebration sharing feast, which she was also rewarded with the title of that week’s best cook.
Philip is a finalist on Britain’s Best Home Cook
Philip Friend, 48, is from Guildford, Surrey.
He’s been a Maths teacher for almost 30 years and lives with his partner Simon and their cat Pippin.
Apart from cooking his hobbies include crime fiction, musical theatre and the series Golden Girls.
His ideal three course meal would be a prawn cocktail, a roast with all the trimmings and a black forest gateau.
Pippa is a finalist on Britain’s Best Home Cook
Pippa Middlehurst, 28, is from Salford.
She is an oncology research biobank assistant by day and “obsessed Asian food enthusiast” by night.
So far she has impressed the judges with cooking, especially her spicy pan-fried red gurnard which Mary Berry described as a “delightful dish”.