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Emma Dean (chef)

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Residence  Melbourne
Name  Emma Dean
Nationality  Australian
Role  Cyclist

Years active  2013 - present
Successor  Brent Owens
Known for  Television chef
Predecessor  Andy Allen
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Occupation  Track cyclist (former), Chef
Title  Winner, MasterChef Australia, Season 5

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Emma Dean is an Australian cook and television presenter, who came to prominence as the winner of the fifth series of MasterChef Australia.


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Personal life

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Dean spent her childhood on a small farm in Epsom, Victoria. Her elder sister is clothing designer Rachel Dean.

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Dean studied at Monash University and RMIT, completing a master's degree in environment and planning, and worked in town planning for over eight years in the Victorian State Government.

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Dean also trained in track cycling at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra as part of a talent identification search. She is Metropolitan Champion in the 500m Time Trail and represented Australia at the 2004 Oceania Track Cycling Championships.


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On 1 September 2013, Dean became the series 5 winner of MasterChef Australia. In the final round, Dean faced off against Lynton Tapp in a dessert pressure test, which saw them recreating Attica chef Ben Shewry’s complicated Plight of the Bees.

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Dean's prize was $100,000, work experience in some of the country's best kitchens, and an Alfa Romeo car. As part of the MasterChef prize, Dean received a book publishing deal with New Holland Publishers. Her cookbook A Homegrown Table was released on 1 December 2013.

My Market Kitchen

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Dean is the host of My Market Kitchen, a national television show based at the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne. Her co-presenter is Lynton Tapp with whom she formed a strong friendship during their time together on MasterChef.

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