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Sue Bazely un-cloches exciting career move following MasterChef Australia 2024 elimination

"I want to carve something out that I just love."

Sue Bazely‘s MasterChef Australia 2024 journey may be over but it hasn’t stopped her from dishing up an epic new endeavour.

The June 5 episode of the hit cooking competition welcomed world-renowned chef Curtis Stone into the kitchen for a brutal AF elimination cook.

Sue, Darrsh Clarke, Lachlan Whittle, Alex Crisp and Gill Dinh were tasked with keeping up with Curtis as he cooked, with the contestants having to finish their dishes within ten seconds of the cooking pro.

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Sue Bazely and Curtis Stone. Ten.

It was certainly no easy feat, with each of the amateurs struggling at one point or another. But it was Sue who failed to rise to the occasion, which ultimately saw her ousted from the competition.

Despite the bittersweet end to her MasterChef experience, it seems the only way is up for the mum-of-two, who revealed to Chattr that she’s launching a new business off the back of her elimination.

What is MasterChef Australia 2024‘s Sue Bazely’s new business?

In an interview with Chattr following her exit, Sue said that she’ll soon have her “landing page set up for a business called ‘Sue Chef'”.

“We’re gonna play on words with my name, and I’m going to be doing private dinners with bespoke menus for starters, and then corporate lunches,” she explained.

While she has been “mulling over” the idea for a while, Sue’s found that now is the perfect time to get Sue Chef up and running.

The Victorian went on to say that while she doesn’t plan to offer set menus to clients, she’s keen to “advise” and “collaborate” with them on their specific needs.

Sue. Ten.

And it already sounds like it’s off to a delicious start!

“I’ve already got a bunch of people that have booked me for later in the year,” Sue dished.

Sue Bazely feels “a sense of liberation” following MasterChef exit

Even though Sue’s final day on MasterChef was “stressful”, she said she felt a “sense of liberation” having gone through the gruelling competition.

“I don’t know when I’ve felt that before,” she confessed. “Maybe when I first left home [when she was young].

“It’s like I’ve broken the cycle of doing the regular humdrum… Now is kind of a moment in time where I have to really dive in and work hard.”

Sue continued: “Now I want to carve something out that I just love. And I’m not asking for too much, just to work with food every day and pay the dues on doing that.”

Watch MasterChef Australia from Sunday – Wednesday on Channel 10 and 10 Play.

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