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Born: 23 Jul, 1965
TV Series Starring John Torode
John Torode's Ireland
Masterchef judge and Aussie chef John Torode visits the country of his ancestors and discovers a food scene undergoing a genuine renaissance. From the increasingly diverse cities of Dublin, Cork and Galway to the lush grasslands of its counties like Wicklow and Kerry to it's stunning coastline, John tastes and cooks his way through some of the best natural produce on earth. He meets an amazing array of Irish food champions from seaweed foragers to salmon smokers to bean to bar chocolate makers, enjoying sumptuous dishes in beautiful landscapes and the warmest hospitality and best craic in the world.
John Torode's Korean Food Tour
Chef John Torode presents a new ten-part series tapping in to the growing popularity of Korean food. In this series, John jets off on his culinary travels to tackle a whole new territory and range of dishes. Throughout the series, John travels around South Korea, to the mountains, the cities, the countryside and the coast and works his way through some of the nation's top 100 dishes. Then in his kitchen in Gangnam, Seoul, he creates his own version of a Korean classic with a modern twist.
Watch as young culinary talents, selected from thousands of aspiring chefs, compete in intense challenges to become the country's top cook.
Junior MasterChef showcases the impressive skills of children aged 8-13, as they impress the judges with their creativity and passion for food.
Saturday Kitchen Live is a 90 minute cookery programme, which is broadcast live on BBC One on Saturday mornings. Since 2016 it is currently presented by a variety of hosts with the most common presented being Matt Tebbut; previous presenters have included James Martin (2006-2016), Antony Worrall Thompson and Gregg Wallace. Each week a celebrity guest will be in the Studio with a variety of Chefs cooking some delicious food for them to enjoy, each dish is paired up with wine (or another drink) which features a visit to a Supermarket in a different location across the country. Furthermore the Chefs normally compete in an Omelette Challenge and the main Celebrity guest will get their idea of Food Heaven or Food Hell cooked for them at the end of the show. The programme also features a variety of different cooking segments from various TV programmes from the BBC Archives with common appearances from The Hairy Bikers, Rick Stein, Keith Floyd, Nigella and many more.
The programme is currently produced by Cactus TV and has a sister show "Saturday Kitchen Best bites" which features a look back at some of the best moments of Saturday Kitchen with other clips from the BBC Archives included, as well as several "Spin Offs" including Christmas Kitchen, Spring Kitchen with Tom Kerridge and Kitchen Garden Live with The Hairy Bikers. The programme has also aired on RTÉ One in Ireland on Saturday mornings, the episodes shown are several months old.
Watch your favorite celebrities battle it out in the kitchen to become the ultimate cooking champion.
From chopping to plating, see who can handle the heat and impress the judges. Who will be crowned the Celebrity MasterChef?
Sunday afternoon culinary extravaganza hosted by Lloyd Grossman. Each show saw three amateur chefs battling it out to win the series title of Masterchef. Judging each show was a different prominent chef and a celebrity. In 2001, the series moved from it's Sunday afternoon slot on BBC1 to a new weeknight slot on BBC2. Gary Rhodes also took over as presenter.