CWA cookery officer to appear on MasterChef

MASTER CHEF: Innaugural MasterChef winner signing her book at this year's Narooma Oyster Festival.
MASTER CHEF: Innaugural MasterChef winner signing her book at this year's Narooma Oyster Festival.

THE Country Women’s Association group cookery officer for the Far South Coast, Nelleke Gorton of Tanja, will appear on MasterChef All Stars this Thursday night.

THE CWA of NSW was once again asked to supply a challenge to the Masterchef contestants, this time for the Masterchef All Stars program currently running on Channel 10.

Also appearing on MasterChef All Stars with the other previous successful contestants is the inaugural winner Julie Goodwin, who is a regular visitor to the Narooma area and who now owns her own house at Dalmeny.

Nelleke, who is editor Stan Gorton’s mother, will join her fellow CWA and Land Cookery judges, Alison Mutton and Merle Parrish, on Thursday at 7pm.

A previous CWA baking challenge on the MasterChef program back in 2010 saw the then 10 contestants having difficulty reproducing five classic CWA recipes in a challenging outdoor setting, with freezing, windy conditions and unfamiliar ovens.

Let’s hope the All Stars this time live up to the CWA judges’ exacting standards!

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