National and international filming has been done on Almeria's beaches in both summer and winter. Almeria is known for its iconic pictures, which are often overlooked by the world. The Agua Amarga beach has been the main protagonist this time. It has attracted all of the attention of neighbors who see a flurry of kitchens and tents on Monday morning. It is the famous culinary contest La 1, Masterchef that today begins the recording of its outdoor competition.
Sources consulted by the newspaper indicate that the test is called at 1:30 pm. Among them, Javier Aureliano Garcia, president of the Provincial Council and Esperanza Felices, mayor of Nijar. Other guests will also be seated at the table are from brands belonging to 'Sabores Almeria.
Masterchef Outdoor is a test that participants enjoy the most. They must prepare a menu within a time limit for a specified number of people. This filming gives contestants and viewers the opportunity to discover more about the ingredients they use and the history of their local area.
The participants of the gastronomic reality series will be required to face a new challenge. They will be under the supervision of Jordi Cruz and Samantha Vallejo Najera, chefs Pepe Rodriguez and Samantha Vallejo Najera, who will assess their team skills and gastronomic skills. Famous chefs and presenters visited Almeria to create new dishes. It is unclear what dishes will be prepared on the Agua amarga beach. This program is often recorded months ahead of broadcast. However, the joy of seeing Almeria's corners again in Masterchef programs will never be diminished. The final segment of Masterchef's tenth season is currently being broadcast on TV. It is not known if this is part of the current season or future installments.
Masterchef is not a new concept in Almeria. When Almeria was named Gastronomic Capital in 2019, it has seen the province's delights. In that year, they made the decision to light stoves in iconic corners like the Cathedral and the viewpoint of El Toyo. The program's captains were Pepe Rodriguez (the captain) and Jordi Castro (the applicants). They prepared a menu that featured one of the most valuable ingredients in the land, the Garrucha red shrimp or vegetables. They arranged for 40 Andalusia's top chefs and sommeliers to receive their service. Jose Alvarez (chef of La Costa restaurant, Michelin-starred), was among the diners and he oversaw the creations by the aspiring chefs.