Applications are now open for the third season of MasterChef Ireland. There’s just under three weeks to get your applications in, the deadline for applications being 5.30pm on 22 July 2013.
The show needs no real introduction, having drawn in great TV audiences the past two years and setting Twitter alight whenever it screens on RTE. Under the watchful eye of Dylan McGrath and Nick Munier, those selected for the TV rounds this year will face the scrutiny of the judges (and the viewing public) in what’s a real pressure-cooker environment. If you think you’ve got what it takes to become Ireland’s next MasterChef, and bag €25,000 in cash in the process (would be nice seed money to start a food business!), then get your applications in sooner rather than later.
Registration this year is online and can be done at the following link (). If you have any difficulties in applying, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you passionate about food and love to cook? Do you constantly impress your friends and family with your culinary skills? Are you an amateur cook with amazing talent? If so, you might have what it takes to impress our judges, Nick Munier and Dylan McGrath and become Ireland’s MasterChef Champion!
Certainly one of RTE’s most popular food shows of 2011 is back and on the hunt for applications before June 1st and while this year gives people to the chance to bag the title of Ireland’s MasterChef, it also comes with a €25,000 cash prize, certainly enough of a financial boost to your wallet if you’re thinking on getting into or expanding a food business.
There are a few terms and conditions involved, such as
Update: Deadline changed from originally stated press deadline of Monday 28 May to Friday 1 June
It’s Sunday October 2nd and where last week’s foodie roundup came to you in the gaps between Ireland and Russia, this one comes to you before the clock runs out on Ireland v Italy at the Rugby World Cup with Ireland currently 26-6 to the good. Here’s a look back at ten blog posts from Irish food bloggers you may have missed this past week. Also, if you have seen it, I’ve taken the first step to adding some video to the blog, picking up on the Savour Kilkenny Chef Mob yesterday, give it a look.
Whether you’re still parked on the couch watching the rugby, enjoying a lie-in or you’re already up and about, you know what to do – take ten or fifteen minutes out and explore what other Irish food bloggers have to offer.