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As COVID-19 lockdowns continue to cause havoc to local productions Channel 10 is forging ahead with its celebrity cooking show
The 10 network has confirmed the commissioning of Celebrity MasterChef Australia with the spin-off series expected to air in Q4 on 10 and 10 Play on demand.
The Masterchef judges were confused by the additional elements and flavours that Jess added to her apple streusel
RECAP | Conor gets eliminated from MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA after Ice Cream fails to melt the Judges’ Hearts
It was the final day of Masters Week and celebrity chef and master of meats, Curtis Stone, kicked off the two-round elimination challenge
It was another elimination day in the MasterChef kitchen and the contestants were presented with a creative challenge to develop a dish based on one of three classic food sayings
It’s all about big, bold flavours in the MasterChef kitchen, but it was Minoli’s gutsy flavour combination that ultimately landed her on the chopping block.
Nigella Lawson’s elaborate way with words tested MasterChef Australia’s youngest contestant, Yo Yo Yang and although she never gave up, her final dish wasn’t enough to keep her in the competition.
Having grown up watching their idols in the very same MasterChef kitchen, it’s now their turn to fire up the ovens, get their pots and pans, and race to the pantry
10 confirms Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen will return later this year for JUNIOR MASTERCHEF
Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen are returning to the MasterChef kitchen as judges for a show that will showcase and celebrate the best and brightest young cooks Australia has to offer.
It was a battle for the ages with only one woman who would rise to the challenge and take the coveted MasterChef crown
Fan favourite POH is eliminated in a shock turn
One of our contestant’s creates a dish that will move Mel so deeply, it will bring her to tears.
It came down to Tessa and Reynold, and there can be only one...
When you find out what the challenge is you will think it’s absolutely perfect
Three months ago, NINE, Australia’s largest locally owned broadcasting and publishing company, was attacked.
Based on the uplifting memoir by Matthew Logelin, the film tells the story of a father who brings up his baby girl as a single dad after the unexpected death of his wife who died a day after their daughter's birth.