When you think of Marco Pierre White, you think of a highly successful chef with an eccentric personality. The TV star and restaurateur is known for his quick-witted nature and sharp tongue.
It goes without saying that White is one of the best chefs to learn the craft from, he taught the likes of Gordon Ramsay before their relationship turned sour. In the video below, White gives us all a glimpse of what it must have been like to work in his kichen as he teaches a masterclass on how to prepare John Dory a la Nicoise.
It's rapid, quick fire and too the point and the contestants of MasterChef Australia struggle to keep up with how quickly White executes the tasks required.
White doesn't shy away from using his outside voice inside, the second clip shows MasterChef Austalia contestants shaking in their boots as White gets more and more annoyed. The end has us feeling sorry for Harry and imagining just what it must have been like to work for White when he had three stars.
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