Are you the next MasterChef?


The BBC is currently searching the nation for ambitious and talented amateur cooks to take part in the fourth series of MasterChef Goes Large.

If you love cooking and want to take your obsession a stage further, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Previous contestants have found themselves cooking for celebrities, restaurant critics and hungry soldiers. They have worked in all types of conditions ranging from an army field kitchen in Norway to Michelin-starred restaurants. The have also learned skills and received expert advice from some of the country’s leading chefs, working with Heston Blumenthal at The Fat Duck and Michel Roux Jnr at La Gavroche. This is a competition for people who are passionate about food and who believe they can cut it as a top chef.

MasterChef offers a potentially life-changing experience. Since taking part, winner of the first series, Thomasina Miers, has worked as a professional chef in top restaurants in both London and New York. She has also catered dinner parties for the rich and famous, been offered positions at top establishments and written a cookery book.