MASTERCHEF is coming to Kingscliff.
Reuben Radonich, executive chef of Season restaurant at Peppers Resort, has been chosen as one of the industry expert chefs to deliver a master class for the reality television show's contestants on May 26.
Kingscliff will get a second taste of the popular show in June when last year's Master- chef winner Adam Liaw visits Season to collaborate with Mr Radonich to prepare a four-course dinner, specialising in local produce.
“When the contestants came for their master class I showed them our signature Bangalow pork belly. They seemed to take a lot away from it, so hopefully they can utilise some of the tips I gave them,” Mr Radonich said.
“For our dinner, A Taste of Masterchef, I've let Adam know about many of the local ingredients I like to use and he's worked with those.
“When I read the descriptions I was really excited.
“I'm looking forward to it.”
A Taste of Masterchef will be a “culinary celebration” with a four-course dinner.
The menu is predicted to feature an Asian fusion twist, considering Mr Liaw's dream to run his own Asian-inspired hotel.
The meal will be complemented with matching wines and at $130 per person will be an extreme culinary experience.
Guests will also receive a complimentary copy of the Masterchef Series 2 cookbook and can make a holiday of the night by booking accommodation at Peppers Salt Resort and Spa.
A Taste of Masterchef begins at 6.30pm on Friday, June 10. RSVPs close on June 3.
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