Creative culinary competition. The nation's top chefs are competing for the ultimate prize - the chance to cook at a banquet held at the Palace of Westminster, in celebration of everyday great Britons honoured by the Queen. It is the head to head. Scotland's two highest scoring chefs are cooking for judges Oliver Peyton, Prue Leith and Matthew Fort for the very first time. Both chefs have decided to make changes to some of their dishes, taking on board criticisms made during the week by the veteran judge. It's a risk but will it pay off? The three judges are joined this week by guest judge, award-winning food writer Tim Hayward. Together the panel are impressed by some of the finest modern cooking they have ever seen, but there are also some disappointments along the way for chefs and judges.