Over the last four weeks, Masterchef love birds John Torode and Lisa Faulkner have been on an incredible Aussie adventure - with John giving Lisa the guided tour around his home country, including his career defining locations and the places he spent time as a boy.
In today's final episode, John and Lisa are in wine country - and take a visit to one of the oldest bakeries in Oz - that’s in addition to cooking up the most mouthwatering steak and red wine sauce.
Paul A Young is a true artisan of chocolate, with many an award for his creations. He's in the kitchen - with our bespoke chocolate table - with the only chocolate recipes you'll ever need, and his secrets to baking the best chocolate brownie ever!
What could be better than your favourite tipple in cake form? Gin has fast become the drink of choice, and sales have boomed in recent years - so let's enjoy it in a showstopping summery cake by Juliet Sear.
Great for afternoon tea or a summer celebration, and perhaps the only time it’s acceptable to have gin and tonic for elevenses.
After sampling some of Melbourne’s (strong!) coffee - it's off to Phillip Island, where John Torode and Lisa Faulkner learn all about the wide array of wildlife on the island while taking a jet boat out to Seal Island, home of around 10,000 Australian Fur Seals.
All that sea air works up an appetite, so it's back to the coastal kitchen to cook up a delicious picnic pie with express coleslaw.
This British summer has left us all guessing what tomorrow’s weather will bring, so Candice Brown is in the kitchen with an idea that works come rain or shine!
Candice's delicious and easy to make recipe for pork and apple pasties offers the perfect flavour combination, encased in buttery pastry.
A great addition to any picnic or a comforting lunch if it’s raining, nothing beats a pasty, and this is guaranteed to be a winner whatever the weather.
They’ve both appeared on Celebrity Masterchef - so who’s the better cook, Rylan or Alison? Rylan’s cooking his signature dish - homemade spinach tagliatelle with oven-baked pesto chicken - while Alison’s whipping up a bread and butter pudding she brands “dangerous” thanks to a generous helping of rum!
Masterchef love birds John Torode and Lisa Faulkner visit Maitland in Australia, where John was raised and where he first learnt to cook.
Their trip continues with a stop in Port Stephens where our cooking couple enjoy the local fish and chips as well as the freshest oysters, before creating fritto misto with spiced mayo.
Phil’s using Terry’s freshly-picked produce - which arrived last night from the Rhondda Valley - to whip up courgette fritters with satay sauce and a spicy sesame vegetable salad, both of which will have you well on your way to five a day.