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Winter’s well on the way

Winter’s well on the way

Food may have not featured heavily in Chelsea Winter’s past, but it’s definitely set to be a key player in her future.

Since winning the third season of New Zealand MasterChef in 2012, Winter has been busy with her new career. Having experienced a career in marketing before entering MasterChef, Winter is certain food was always meant to be her chosen path.

B&M Creative Artists has recently added Chelsea Winter to its list of talent ensuring her wave of success continues. With a cookbook in the works, due for release early April, numerous guest engagements and brand ambassador relationships, 2013 is set to be an even bigger year than the last.

With a passion for cooking and eating, Winter has a desire to create good food she can share with the rest of New Zealand. ‘Simply good food’ is the definition of her cooking and recipe development and this forms that basis of her cooking style.

“Good food is an ethos many Kiwis relate to and its one we’ve become more passionate about. With so many great ingredients available in this country, it’s an achievable reality,” says Winter.

Winter’s confidence in the kitchen ensures she’s always cool under pressure, making her an ideal candidate for Ambassador work, television shows and corporate events.

For further information on Chelsea Winter or to book her for your next event, please contact Belinda Foster at B & M Creative Artists.


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