Trent was sent packing after another highly intense cook-off tonight. TV WEEK caught up with the 27-year-old Systems Engineer to grill him on all things MasterChef and to find out his post show plans.
I loved every second of it. Definitely the hardest thing I’ve ever done but also the best, I learnt a lot and met some really great people. It’s a once in a lifetime foodie experience.
Making Christy Tanya’s Ice Cream Float, it’s a day I’ll never forget.
Serving the Judges and David Thompson that Hot & Sour Crab Soup, it’s the only episode this season that I haven’t watched out of pure embarrassment.
The Quandong Semi-Freddo I made in Ben Shewry’s Mystery Box.
I got along with everyone in the house, especially the boys I shared the room with (Lee, Benjamin, Ben and Ray). Their support during the competition especially during the low times was invaluable, we’ve all become good mates.
I guess everyone? I didn’t really see anyone specifically as competition, just had to cook my best and hopefully make it through.
Probably Matt - I think I received the least negative feedback from him.
I don’t think any of them are intimidating, but serving any dish up to them to review was incredibly intimidating!
Ray and Ben were the last "Room 3" boys left so I’m cheering for them.
My phone, the internet and my mates.
I’ve been cooking around a few restaurants getting some experience. I’ve also started planning a food truck I am hoping to launch in the next 12 months.
I'd cook dishes I’m familiar with. I tried a couple of times to plate dishes I’d never practised before and created a disaster trying to impress.
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