Channel 10 producers have allowed Train the kitty, of Sydney, to appear on Celebrity MasterChef as a late wildcard entry. Train hopes her signature dish of steamed chicken liver will wow the judges and put offal back on Australian plates. “It’s a pity the smell puts off so many cooks, ” said Train. Train said winning Indira Naidoo’s Celebrity MasterChef apron in an online blog competition gave her the confidence to showcase her cooking skills to the nation. We wish Train all the best.
Well the judge’s verdict is in….
The winner of Indira’s freshly laundered Celebrity MasterChef apron is…. (drum roll)…. Liz.
This was Liz’s winning post….
I must admit, if I were to win the apron it would likely become a comfortable bed for our kitty, Train – not because we wouldn’t wear it, more because she’d know how sought after it would be. She’s good like that. (October 5, 2009 8:49 PM )
The judges praised Liz’s honesty and Train the kitty’s good taste.
Congratulations Liz! And thank you to everyone who entered – it was a tough decision.
If Liz could email Indira at email@example.com with her postal address details, Train’s ‘new bed’ will be mailed to her.
Well the wait is over. Last night I got to see the edited version of my MasterChef performance – and believe me the producers were very generous. I didn’t look like the nervous klutz I was! Both Josh and Kirk were magnificent and really both deserved to go through to the semi-finals. Alas, there is always only one winner and I hope you all throw your support behind Kirk for the rest of the series. He is a really nice bloke.
After numerous requests from you I’ve included a link below to the Channel 10 official MasterChef website where you will find my meatball recipe from last night. Enjoy!
I know. Not much of a prize.
This is the apron I wore while competing on Celebrity MasterChef Heat One 2009 which airs tonight at 7.30pm on Channel 10.
It’s been freshly laundered – so no meatball stains. I’ll even sign it for you!
All you have to do for your chance to win is sign up to follow the Saucy Onion food blog and post a comment about any blog entry on Saucy.
If you’re already a follower you just have to post a new comment. Best comment – as judged by Saucy’s resident food and literary critic ( i.e. moi) – will win.
The winner will be announced on Friday October 9th at 0900 EST on Saucy Onion. The apron will be posted to you wherever you are in Australia.