The worldwide establishment “Masterchef” has loaned excitement to the expression “gourmet specialist” in India, along these lines acquiring a movement the discernment towards the calling, says Pankaj Bhadouria – champ of the primary period of “MasterChef India”.
“I should say “Masterchef” has really glamorized the word culinary specialist in India. Prior it was not the calling to be seen, particularly for ladies. Be that as it may, now things have changed,” Bhadouria told IANS.
“Masterchef” has been an overall wonder and in India too it has been extremely effective,” Bhadouria said on the sidelines of an as of late held Knorr Masterclass session here with English-Australian gourmet expert, restaurateur and “MasterChef Australia” judge Gary Mehigan.
A Lucknow-based gourmet expert, Bhadouria is likewise mother to two adolescents. She says that as a champ of “Masterchef India”, she got a stage to accomplish her fantasies and tail her energy….
She has shared some of her experiences in the form of her first cookery book “MasterChef Cook Book”. She is currently working on two more books. Her second cookery book was a little book with 16 sweet recipes for little girls to do for Barbie Dolls and came as a part of ‘Barbie – I am a Chef’ kit.
She is also hosting cookery shows and some of them are “Chef Pankaj ka Zayka” and “Sales ka Baazigar”.
Bhadouria also believes her life took a 360 degree turn after “Masterchef India”.
“It has given me an opportunity to do what I really like to do. I have three shows on air currently. It (‘Masterchef India’) helped me reach out to so many people,” she said, adding that fame has not changed her responsibility towards her family.
“I am still a housewife, a daughter-in-law, and a mother at home. Post ‘Masterchef’, I didn’t change myself at all. I am what I am,” she said……
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