Sarah Is Being Hailed A Legend For Most Relatable Moment On MasterChef Australia
Channel 10 took a gamble with revamping its MasterChef Australia franchise by launching an All-Stars season.
Everyone's favourite chefs are back in the kitchen trying to inspire a new batch of judges and win over viewers at home.
While there have already been plenty of memorable moments and delicious looking food so far, one contestant has already won the hearts of people across the country.
Sarah Clare, Callum Hann, Lynton Tapp won the previous night's challenge and, as a treat, were picked for a challenge to keep up with guest chef Gordon Ramsay.
When you're keeping up with @GordonRamsay... and you overtake Gordon Ramsay. :grimacing: #MasterChefAU pic.twitter.com/KUa2V0U7iF
- masterchefau (@masterchefau) April 16, 2020
Their task was to recreate a potato-crusted Murray cod served with a vegetable minestrone and macadamia puree.
That's no small order and as the three contestants were getting instructions from Ramsay, Sarah made the most relatable moment in the show's history.
They had some white wine to use in their cooking and Sarah grabbed her measuring cup and poured herself a cheeky bit.
The moment was seized on by loads of people at home, who have all called it a big mood and the biggest energy of 2020.
Sarah. Drinking wine from a measuring cup.
Totally deserved after that craziness.:wine_glass::wine_glass:#MasterChefAU
- JulesA (@juleseadams) April 16, 2020
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Current Mood: Sarah drinking leftover cooking wine from a measuring cup #MasterChefAU
- Tara Trewhella (@TrewBella) April 16, 2020
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- Gillian (@GDStwts) April 16, 2020
#MasterchefAU Sarah drinking wine out of the measuring cup - she is now my spirit animal.
- Gidgit VonLaRue (@GidgitVonLaRue) April 16, 2020
It's understandable to want a bit of liquid courage when you're staking your reputation on the line by going on an All-Stars version of MasterChef Australia and when you're trying to keep up with Gordon Ramsay.
Sarah admitted that the pressure of the competition made it difficult to do some tasks she usually performs on a daily basis.
Ms Clare told 10 daily: "It shook me to my core. It was the weirdest thing, I just made so many mistakes that I would never make.
"Alright, so I had to fillet a fish - I know how to do that, I go fishing every day, I fillet fish so much!
"But you're not thinking like that, you're trying to mirror what Gordon Ramsay's doing for some stupid reason."
No doubt it will give Sarah some serious brownie points with the public when the show is all over.
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