Friday, 19 October 2012

Masterchef Judges, Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris, visit Godrej Natures Basket!


The most recognised and loved faces of Australia after Brett Lee, Australia’s Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris, from Masterchef Australia, are visiting Mumbai as a part of Oz Fest from 21 to 23 October. And the first stop on their itinerary is your own Godrej Natures Basket! Yes Gary and George, are coming to our stores in Mumbai and Delhi.

Over four seasons, contestants on Masterchef Australia have cooked up a storm with audiences young and old. Oz Fest is now bringing Gary and George out of our living rooms and into our lives here in Mumbai. The visit will give Gary and George the opportunity to meet some of the many fans of Masterchef Australia, and have an interactive session with them. The Masterchefs will be coming to our Store in Mumbai on 22 Oct and the Store in Delhi on 26th Oct.

Win a chance to meet the Masterchefs at an exclusive event in Mumbai and Delhi!
Tell us what you would cook for Gary and George at this Contest link and if your answer is whacky enough you could win a chance to meet the Gods of food.

3 of the wackiest entries will be shortlisted to participate in a cooking standoff to be judged by Gary and George. The winner will win a hamper worth Rs. 4000 along with an autographed copy of a Cookbook written by one of the Masterchefs Gary or George. Runners up will win hampers worth 2500.

Gary Mehigan is a British-Australian chef, restaurateur who loves pork crackling and puddings. Gary, trained at the Connaught and Le Souffle in London prior to moving to Melbourne in 1991.Having  headed the kitchen in some of Melbourne's most prominent restaurants, including Browns, Burnham Beaches Countryside and Hotel Sofitel he went on to open the award-winning Fenix in Richmond in 2000 and later the Maribyrnon Boathouse.

George Calombaris is a Greek-Australian chef and owns three restaurants in Melbourne and one in Mykonos, Greece. George who draws on his Greek and Greek Cypriot heritage for inspiration cannot handle too much chilli in his food. His flagship Melbourne restaurant, The Press Club, was awarded The Age Good Food Guide "Best New Restaurant 2008" with Calombaris named 'Chef of the Year 2008'.




4 comments:

  1. The first time I tried indian food in Perth, I couldn't stop eating! I just loved it. And now with these two chefs, it's even better.

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  2. I love cooking but it never crossed my mind to be a master chef. I am satisfied with my cooking skills and I just want to do it for my family. It is nice to know that there are chefs like them that are really dedicated in serving other people.

    Neil Pennington

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  3. Masterchefs like them deserve to be in dining clubs in London, where their skills would be recognised to the highest level.
    - Misty F

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  4. They must be really good in creating different types of dishes. If they are the so called “Gods of food” then they should build restaurants worldwide.

    -Shey Tille

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