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Home Cooks Dream to Attain Big in Brand New Season of MasterChef Australia

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Home Cooks Dream to Attain Big in Brand New Season of MasterChef Australia

May 16
16:22 2016

masterchefNew Delhi, Monday, May 16 – The brand new season of MasterChef Australia has finally kicked off. Kitchen stars who will grab eyeballs and attention of the viewers this year are Nathaniel Milevskiy, Ashley McConnell, Anastasia Zolotarev, Brett Carter, Cecilia Vuong, Charlie Sartori, Chloe Bowles, Con Vailas, Elena Duggan, Elise Franciskovic, Harry Foster, Heather Day, Jimmy Wong, Karmen Lu, Matt Sinclair, Miles Pritchett, Mimi Baines, Nicolette Stathopoulos, Nidhi Mahajan, Olivia Robinson, Theresa Visintin, Trent Harvey, Zoe Konikkos  and Adam Mizzi.

One among them will be crowned as the winner of MasterChef at the end of the show. To make journey of the home cooks interesting, several challenges will be put forward to test their ability and performance under pressure at different stages of the competitive cooking reality show. The better and best cooking by the cooks aging between 19 and 49 will only make them go up and be noticeable. The more they make best use of cooking techniques, enhancing the flavors, the higher are the chances to stay for long in the competition. 29-year-old Ashley McConnell, who is software sales by profession, was the first to get eliminated.

The only motto in the heads of participants is to nail the challenges and get near to win the competition, which is a perfect platform to outshine amid others and create a specific space of their own thanks to dedicated efforts and hard work. Billie McKay, the winner of the last season, marked her appearance as a guest chef where home cooks had to cook with her favorite ingredients in the mystery box challenge. A few were successful in leaving an impression on the minds of judges, while some created problem for themselves by not putting good-looking dish, which was missing flavors as well.

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