Podcast with BBC MasterChef contestant Vanessa D’Souza

Vanessa D’Souza, from South Croydon, has made it through to the knock-out stages of this year’s MasterChef series on BBC1.

Here, in an exclusive Under The Flyover interview with iC Editor Steven Downes (who goes full on Alan Partridge at one point), she talks about her late-diagnosed autism, her special Goan fish curry, how she sources her ingredients from Surrey Street Market and she reveals exactly why she likes to use blueberries with mushrooms…

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1 Response to Podcast with BBC MasterChef contestant Vanessa D’Souza

  1. Ian Kierans says:

    We will be rooting for Vanessa and hope she does well. I have not tried the mushroom and blueberry but I do like banana spanish onion and tomato salad with some black pepper

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