Ge­off Mas­trober­ardino at The Che­quers, Match­ing Green

Ge­off Mas­trober­ardino isn’t eas­ily ruf­fled, even when you’ve burnt 300 bis­cuits. He’d have loved to have cooked for a top Ham­mer but surely cook­ing for a Prince has made up for it. Words by Stephanie Mack­en­tyre

Essex Life - - November -

WHERE DO YOU WORK?

WHAT IS YOUR EAR­LI­EST FOOD MEM­ORY?

WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST EVER JOB AND WHERE WAS IT?

WHAT WAS IT ABOUT FOOD WHICH EX­CITED YOU ENOUGH TO MAKE A CA­REER OUT OF IT?

WHO WOULD YOU LOVE TO COOK FOR AND WHY?

WHICH IS YOUR FAVOURITE DISH TO PRE­PARE?

WHO WAS YOUR IN­SPI­RA­TION TO TAKE UP COOK­ING AND HOW DO THEY AF­FECT WHAT YOU DO NOW?

WHEN I WAS LIT­TLE I WANTED...

DO YOU HAVE A FAVOURITE IN­GRE­DI­ENT TO WORK WITH?

ANY CELEBRITY MO­MENTS YOU CAN SHARE WITH US?

WHERE DO YOU ORIG­I­NALLY COME FROM AND HOW DID YOU END UP HERE?

AT HOME, WHO LIVES THERE AND WHO COOKS MOST OF THE TIME?

WHEN I’M NOT IN THE KITCHEN I LOVE NOTH­ING BET­TER THAN…..

ARE THERE ANY KITCHEN DIS­AS­TERS YOU CAN TELL US ABOUT THAT YOU’D RATHER FOR­GET…

IF YOU COULD CHANGE ONE THING ABOUT YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?

WHAT IS STILL ON LIFE’S LIST OF THINGS TO DO?

CAN YOU GIVE US THREE TOP TIPS FOR THE KITCHEN?

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