AKTAR Islam and Anna Haugh star in sequence 2 of Snackmasters.
They’re each skilled cooks.
Aktar Islam starred in MasterChef: The Professionals
Who’s Aktar Islam?
Aktar Islam, 40, is a Michelin-star chef who you would possibly recognise from BBC’s MasterChef: The Professionals the place he starred as a visitor decide.
His TV appearances do not cease there – in 2009 he received Gordon Ramsay’s The F Phrase and in 2011 he received the fish course ultimate in BBC Two’s Nice British Menu.
Elsewhere he is appeared in Market Kitchen, Excellent, Saturday Kitchen, and The One Present.
A busy man, he owns three Indian cruisine eateries: Opheem Restaurant, Pulperia Asado, and takeaway Aktar at Dwelling.
Opheem received him the primary Michelin starred Indian restaurant within the UK exterior of London.
He is based mostly in Birmingham and has a son.
On his social media he describes himself as “All spherical good man; more often than not!”
Anna Haugh (left)Credit score: BBC Handout
Who’s Anna Haugh?
Anna Haugh is the top chef at Myrtle, a restaurant in London’s Chelsea.
Hailing from Dublin, she’s been within the business for round 20 years.
She started her profession in l’Ecrivain with Derry Clarke, Pied à Terre and Paris’ Resort Lotti, and she or he helped launch Gordon Ramsay’s London Home restaurant.
In 2019 she received Worldwide Chef Of The Yr.
Her TV appearances embody Prepared Regular Prepare dinner and Royal Recipes.
She informed Brummel: “I’m happiest when I’m cooking.”
When is Snackmasters on TV and the way can I watch it?
Snackmasters is a present that pits too skilled cooks towards one another.
Sequence two continues tonight (December 17) on Channel 4 at 8pm.
Anna and Aktar will characteristic within the first episode which focuses on Quavers.
Fred Sirieix presents the present. He informed the RadioTimes: “The key of Snackmasters is the matchmaking – it’s identical to in boxing.
“Types make fights. It’s about matchmaking the precise cooks collectively in order that when they’re going head-to-head, the dynamic is true – it’s all about that chemistry between these two cooks and the way they bounce off one another.”