MasterChef

MasterChef's John Torode has split from wife Jessica after four years of marriage, it has emerged. The 46-year-old is believed
MasterChef host Greg Wallace has revealed that the judges and rest of the crew tuck into the contestants' culinary offerings
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This year, MasterChef The Professionals really took hold of me. I found myself oddly obsessed by a group of people I didn't
Australian Ash Mair has been crowned winner of MasterChef: The Professionals after cooking up a three-course meal for judges
In television terms MasterChef is venerable. It was born in 1990, when it was shown on Sunday evenings. Contestants would mash, grind and dice their ingredients. The host was Loyd Grossman. He would mash, grind and dice his vowels. Loyd left to make tomato sauce. But MasterChef flourished.
“I wouldn’t necessarily promote anyone who cooks a pudding,” John Torode, the Australian half of the current MasterChef judging
Masterchef Australia is a television phenomenon in its domestic market. The previous two season finales were the most watched programmes of the year, and have entered the top ten of the most watched programmes on Australian television ever. The UK format has been tweaked as a nod to its Australian cousin, and Gordon Ramsey now leads an American version that is a derivation of the Oz rather than UK format. So what is it the Australians have?
Masterchef Australia is a television phenomenon in its domestic market. The previous two season finales were the most watched programmes of the year, and have entered the top ten of the most watched programmes on Australian television ever. The UK format has been tweaked as a nod to its Australian cousin, and Gordon Ramsey now leads an American version that is a derivation of the Oz rather than UK format. So what is it that the Australians have?
If you've ever watched MasterChef and thought it looked as if it might be a stressful thing to do, you are spot-on.