Chefs John Burton Race and Angela Hartnett were scouring the UK to find kitchen sinners in need of salvation.
Angela and John headed to Birmingham to find those guilty of culinary misdemeanours in the Midlands.
Angela and John were in London on the lookout for kitchen criminals.
Angela and John were in Bristol, searching the West Country for crimes against cooking.
It was Scotland's turn to undergo questioning by chefs Angela Hartnett and John Burton Race, as the final audition came to Glasgow.
It was day one of John's boot camp and he was taking no prisoners - whoever showed the least promise would be kicked out of the kitchen.
The nine remaining contestants had had their competitive spirits ignited, but one of them would be sent packing.
John attempted to put his eight remaining offenders back on the straight and narrow with a lesson in cooking with pork.
Unlikely as it seemed earlier in the competition, some of John's team actually showed promise as they tackled some classic desserts.
It was the final day of John's boot camp and the pressure was on for the six remaining contestants fighting for a place in the final five.
It was Angela Hartnett's turn to whip her kitchen criminals into shape at boot camp and she began with a lesson in making pasta. But who was saying 'arrivederci' at the end of the show?
The remaining contestants got a masterclass in cooking lamb, French and Italian-style. But who was the black sheep of the show?
The fish-themed boot camp saw some progress in the kitchen, but also some disastrous setbacks. Things
One of the kitchen criminals was showing signs of redemption and another who failed miserably on Wednesday appeared to be back on track.
On the final day of her boot camp, Angela sets her team members the challenge of cooking a three-course meal for their own friends and family.
Each chef had five team members remaining, but both had to lose one of their aspiring cooks.
John was disappointed when one of his best hopes for the final made a mess of a duck breast recipe
It was Angela's turn to be disappointed in one of her most consistent performers, who let her down when making the relatively simple Chocolate mousse.
It is time to select the two recruits for the final.