‘Masterchef,’ Eatwith Serve Up New Virtual Cooking Classes

The first-ever livestreamed classes will be hosted by former Masterchef contestants on the Eatwith platform.

License Global

December 11, 2020

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Eatwith and Endemol Shine North America, a Banijay company have extended their partnership with a selection of live online cooking classes hosted by “Masterchef” contestants from past seasons.  

The new Eatwith “Masterchef” virtual format will give fans and home cooks alike a unique opportunity to invite their favorite “Masterchef” contestants into their kitchens for an interactive, one-on-one cooking session. Participants will get a chance to learn how to cook signature dishes, master new culinary skills and techniques, hear insider stories and more from the comfort of their own homes. The new live sessions adds to Eatwith’s partnership with the “Masterchef” brand.

“We are excited to refresh our partnership with Eatwith and ‘Masterchef’ in a brand-new way,” says Amber Sheppo, senior vice president, licensing, Endemol Shine North America. “We have enjoyed years of fun, in-person pop-up culinary events with contestants from the series, but given the current environment, we are thrilled that Eatwith is now able to offer these experiences virtually! This new online format allows fans across the country to continue to connect with their favorite ‘Masterchef’ contestant in a more intimate and personal way – learning directly from a real ‘Masterchef.’” 

Interested participants can sign up for an EatWith “Masterchef” virtual cooking class hosted by past contestants across the country including:

  • Bri Baker (Dallas, TX - Season 10);

  • Yachecia Holston (Nashville, TN - Season 8);

  • Michael Lertchitvikul (Los Angeles, CA - Season 8); and

  • Chef Scottish Francis (New York, NY - Season 5).

Find out more about how to sign up for an Eatwith “Masterchef” virtual cooking class at EatWith.com/Masterchef-Online.

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