Now she’s got 16 Mexican restaurants in London. There’s not much better than smashed avo, particularly for breakfast. John Torode makes Breakfast Bread. You get up early, go for a walk on the beach, pop into your favourite café to get a coffee and then make breakfast. It’s too much work. Masterchef UK - help. There are lots of things I miss about Australian food. In the whole of England – but in London the change is huge. John Torode. To enable Verizon Media and our partners to process your personal data select 'I agree', or select 'Manage settings' for more information and to manage your choices. No one was doing Mexican at that stage. In the first-ever season of MasterChef our winner, Thomasina Miers, was doing Mexican. The 21-year-old went on the explain that he often cooks with a water bath and tries to incorporate as much science as possible in his dishes. Expect lots of silly sayings and quirky puns that are sure to make you giggle! But mine is still the best. I once flew in and out again, but yes, this is the first time I’ve spent any time here. Information about your device and internet connection, including your IP address, Browsing and search activity while using Verizon Media websites and apps. John Torode. Great cooks don’t cook from their heads, they cook from their hearts. Once you’ve eaten at this forward-thinking, still-new Gardens... NIKOS marries contemporary dining with traditional home-style Greek cooking, coal grilled to... Lone Bear Spur Steak Ranch is a family style restaurant with a taste for life! It looked revolting! The new season of the celebrity MasterChef is showing right now in the UK, and we’ve got a guy who’s the first person to wear makeup the whole way through. I like the Australian version – but it’s very Australian. When I get back to London there should be a copy waiting for me. What’s the most disastrous dish you’ve ever had to taste? I was working hard in restaurants all the time. Been racking my brain for far too long and I need to know if I’ve made this episode up. Download the app to enjoy the power of South Africa’s biggest restaurant directory in your hand, Rick Stein talks fish recipes, food trends and what he’s planning to eat in Durban, Adriano Zumbo on creativity, MasterChef Australia and his latest macaron flavour, Meeting Matt Preston: We catch up with the MasterChef Australia judge, For more enticing lifestyle content, visit. You know, it’s amazing: after 10 years judging MasterChef, you see these cooks in the first couple of weeks, and you know who’s going to make it through to the final stages – and then the following week they’re knocked out. Eat Out may be more of a restaurant guide than a cooking guide, but we’re also huge fans of MasterChef. I think I’ve been in his car once. We’re the best work colleagues, but he hasn’t been to my house, and I haven’t been to his house. You’re also currently working on a book? Close. There’s often a good-cop bad-cop dynamic between you and Gregg. Can you tell how things are going to end at the beginning of the competition? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Then another of our winners, Tim Anderson – an American – was doing ramen noodles when nobody in the UK was doing it. So he had tasted the carrot, then put it back on the plate with all his saliva and teeth marks on it. Is there a friendly rivalry? And one of the carrots had his teeth marks in it. Photo courtesy of the Good Food and Wine Show. You get stuff that’s undercooked, raw. Do you ever come to blows over who should stay in and who should go out? The one dish that really sticks in my mind, though, was by a man who had grilled beef, dauphinoise potatoes and carrots. It was this liver poached in milk thing. We catch up with the celebrity chef to find out what he’s looking... Adriano Zumbo, the pâtissier known for his deadly dessert challenges... Katharine Jacobs caught up with the cravat-wearing MasterChef... Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.