20/20 Lynn Robinson's wartime rations go up against Perry Staker’s menu of17th century England.
19/20 Writer Sophie Partridge and auctioneer Paul Arrowsmith go head-to-head in Dartmoor.
18/20 Former holiday rep Karen Bielby goes up against Martin Le Vogeur.
17/20 A menu of local produce goes up against a unique take on Indian food.
16/20 Karen Squires' menu of world tastes goes up against Paul Kunzli's sea theme.
15/20 Jane McElroy's fine dining goes up against David Waite's upmarket bistro.
14/20 A young dairy farmer pitches her simple farmhouse fare against French-inspired classics.
13/20 Nav Dey's Indian Thali battles against Angela Heather's menu of country classics.
12/20 Ex-military man John Whale goes up against Kira McLeary's Caribbean Instant Restaurant.
11/20 A retired nurse battles a former US attorney, both with their own twist on European food.
10/20 Amateur cooks Debi Backhurst and John Stephens discover if they have what it takes.
9/20 Fashion student Rhiannon Rowlands goes up against Anne Everitt, who grows her own veg.
8/20 This time it is the New Age vegetarian versus the full-blooded lord of the manor.
7/20 A kung fu fan's Greek taverna battles with fine dining on a budget. With Nadia Sawalha.
6/20 Two Salford friends go head-to-head with old-fashioned baking versus a gourmet menu.
5/20 Chaplain Ian Delinger competes against civil servant Judith Burrows' French menu.
4/20 The amateur cooks cope with power cuts and tackle home-made pasta.
3/20 In this edition, a Chinese menu is up against British one with a Malaysian twist.
2/20 Nicola Coleman dishes up fine dining while Sasha Cappocci prepares a Moroccan feast.
1/20 It is French chic versus English eccentricity as Mathilde Delville and Paul Hayes compete.