One of Your Favourite MasterChef Winners Is Serving Up a New 200 Episode Cooking Show

Adam Liaw

If you’re patiently waiting for the arrival of the “most delicious” MasterChef Australia season yet, we have the perfect tummy filler for you.

The winner of the 2010 title, Adam Liaw, is serving up a brand new TV series, The Cook Up with Adam Liaw — breaking a record while he’s at it.

The new show, which will be released on SBS Food, is serving up 200 episodes — the biggest commission in the network’s history. According to the press release, “there will be celebrities, culture, food, and lots of laughs in the series which will provide everyday inspiration for foodies and non-foodies alike.”

Each night, he will be joined by two food loving friends for a half hour of good fun and conversation as they cook up a variety of dishes centred around a nightly theme. Liaw will whip up a dish first before his guests follow suit, with viewers able to follow at home with recipes and tips in time for dinner.

There will also be regular segments including Food for Thought, which features Liaw’s cooking tips and techniques, food myth-busting in Food vs Truth, and a Food Fight quiz where guests are put through their paces.

And speaking of guests, Liaw will be joined by some very famous faces including Colin Fassnidge, Giovanni Pilu, Jock Zonfrillo and Palisa Anderson as well as home cooks like Clarissa Feildel, Amina Elshafei and Lucy Tweed.

Liaw will also be in good company with TV personalities including Joel Creasey, Myf Warhurst, Yumi Stynes, Mark Humphries, Marc Fennell, Jessica Rowe, Benjamin Law, Kumi Taguchi, Mikey Robbins and Jane and Jimmy Barnes to name just a few.

“I’ve been lucky enough to film some amazing food series throughout my career, but nothing compares to The Cook Up, by far the biggest project I have ever undertaken,” Liaw said in a statement.

“I can’t wait for SBS audiences to join my guests and I as we chop, chat and sauté our way through simple and delicious meals each evening. The Cook Up will hopefully help Australians expand their repertoire and add some extra flavour to their home cooking.”

The Cook Up with Adam Liaw airs weeknights on SBS Food from Monday April 19 at 7.00pm and 10.00pm. The series will also be available after broadcast on SBS On Demand.

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