With us covering British Bake Off, Two Shows are up coming and could feel that foodies dream.
Choccywoccydoodah – Thursday 18th September – Weekly Show
MasterChef Australia – Sunday 14th September – Daily Show
Choccywoccydoodah – StarStruck
The marvelous, maverick band of chocolatiers are back to tackle the bigger and better cakes. The building of the cakes is always a journey with these guys and gals.
The star guests setting the challenges are bigger. They include:
- Wesley Snipes
- The late, great Joan Rivers
- Sir Richard Branson
- Plenty of others.
The first episode challenge is set by Expendables star Wesley Snipes. A Expendables cake for Cannes film festival.
Making a large cake like this offers its own challenges but this cake has to travel 700 miles to get to Cannes, France. The show’s team have their arguments but always come ahead and progress the cake to its goal.
With the journey into cakes dealing with the sweet tooth – how about a show that deals with it all. MasterChef Australia tackles the same stuff as the UK Show but it has a major sponsor, so the challenges and experiences are bigger and better.
Food is about the journey and the experience. MasterChef Australia is coming this Sunday to Watch. It will be a daily show with lots of unique challenges and experiences to see.
The first week is about the journey to get into the house and the initial experiences of getting there look great.
This is a journey of discovery for the viewer as well as the contestant, weekly masterclasses held to tackle the weeks cooking. If they were cooking Thai, one day they will be showing the viewer how to cook Thai recipes. Offering that variety of savory and sweet dishes to entertain everybody’s palette.
Enjoy Food – try these foodie shows. They are experiences of their own. Offering a look at the details of chocolate to the world, and MasterChef looks at the world culture of cooking to a higher standard.