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MasterChef: the Finalists - cover

MasterChef: the Finalists

Natalie Coleman, Larkin Cen, Dale Williams

Publisher: Absolute Press

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The three finalists from MasterChef 2013 beat their fierce competition with delicious, inspiring and memorable food. Inside this beautiful cookbook, find the recipes that John and Gregg loved the most on the TV show, and discover new, exclusive meals to cook at home. There are 90 dishes to recreate and enjoy. Which chef will win your vote? Try the best recipes from Natalie Coleman, Dale Williams and Larkin Cen!  
 Foreword by Thomasina Miers, the most famous winner of MasterChef to date.

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