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MasterChef Live: TV’s MasterChefs Live in Sydney

September 5, 2010toDecember 12, 2010

* SYDNEY

MasterChef Live is three action-packed days of non-stop cooking action and entertainment. Budding cheflings will also have the opportunity to be the first to pre-register their interest in auditioning for Series Two of Junior MasterChef.

Australia’s hottest TV series, MasterChef is now MasterChef Live with world famous chefs, experts, growers and producers are lining up to deliver a MasterChef Live shopping extravaganza for all your Christmas buys. Australia’s hottest TV series, MasterChef Live with our world famous chefs, experts, growers and producers are lining up to deliver a MasterChef Live shopping extravaganza for all your Christmas buys.

MasterChef Live will encompass a live theatre show that will bring the MasterChef experience alive with judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston in a 60 minute cook-off complete with appearances from Donna Hay and some of the favourite MasterChef contestants including Adam, Marion and just announced – Julie from Series One.

The Festival of Cooking will feature a number of hands-on experiences with four demonstration stages and over 100 exhibitors offering the chance to taste the best produce and the perfect place to shop for those last minute Christmas presents.
Other features include:

Demonstration Stages: See what it’s like to be a contestant for a day. Watch and learn from the professionals and learn more about ingredients and develop new skills under the guidance of world renowned chefs including Mark Best, Donna Hay, Neil Perry, Kylie Kwong, Peter Gilmore, Tony Bilson, Giovanni Pilu, Justin North and more*.

Cookery Schools: Choose from the Sydney Seafood School, Herbies Spice,Brassiere Bread, Patisse Pastry Cooking School with Vincent Gadan, and the Cheeky Food Group as these culinary masters take their schools off site for the first time.
How to?: ‘Quick Tips’ zones will teach guests the tricks of the trade, from how to cook with the right oil, choosing the right knife, how to chop an onion and more – all taught by the professionals.

Grill a Chef: Intimate Q&A sessions will give visitors the low down on life in the kitchen and the chance to literally ‘grill’ chefs including the likes Neil Perry and Tony Bilson for all their tips and secrets.

Junior MasterChef: For the kids, there is a whole dedicated Junior MasterChef area including a herb garden, flower display, kids cookery school and demonstrations from the likes of Anna Gare and Guillaume Brahimi.

Shop: Fit in some Christmas shopping at the festival. Browse through a number of gourmet ingredients from boutique suppliers and providore stalls such as the Australian Certified Organic Market. Taste and purchase some of the finest, organic, Australian-produced foods and beverages. Learn all you need to know about organic foods from chefs, nutritionists and growers.

Details
Date: 10-12 December 2010
Time: Festival of Cooking opening hours
Friday & Saturday: 10am – 7pm Sunday: 10am – 4pm Theatre Show Times Friday – 11am, 1:30pm, 7pm Saturday – 11am, 1:30pm, 4pm Sunday – 11am, 1:30pm, 4pm
Location: Hordern Pavilion, Royal Hall of Industries and Moore Park, Sydney
Tickets: Start at $55 and include a seat in the theatre show and access to the Festival of Cooking www.ticketek.com.au. For further information, visit www.mastercheflive.com.au
*Guest chef line-up subject to change and not all chefs will attend each day.

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