LEEDS-based Jono Hawthorne is an modern head chef who has earned his place within the MasterChef: The Professionals semifinals.
Jono is a inventive chef who wowed judges along with his ant and hay custard dish.
Jono Hawthorne has earned his place within the MasterChef: The Professionals semifinalsCredit score: BBC
Who’s Jono from MasterChef?
Jono Hawthorne is at the moment head chef at award-winning restaurant Vice and Advantage in Leeds.
Jono educated on the Thomas Danby meals school in Leeds, earlier than being taken on by Wayne Brimbicombe to do an apprenticeship at Beeties in Shipley.
Hawthorne informed The Staff Canteen: “I couldn’t have requested for a greater instructor.”
Jono is at the moment head chef at Vice and Advantage restaurant in LeedsCredit score: BBC
What has he mentioned in regards to the present?
Jono spoke to the Yorkshire Evening Post about how he conjures up his wacky dishes.
He mentioned: “I put them on the again foot, I’m like an enigma, they do not know the place to place me. They know I’m good at cooking however I do that loopy stuff that tastes scrumptious.
“I’m doing every part they ask however I’m doing it the mistaken manner however getting the identical outcome.”
Jono has additionally labored at The Field Tree in Ilkley, West YorkshireCredit score: BBC
Which eating places has Jono labored at?
Jono is at the moment head chef at Vice and Advantage restaurant in Leeds.
Vice and Advantage gives a tasting menu which modifications each month, in addition to an a la carte menu which options wonderful fining dishes like Momofuku pork buns, crab tartines and flank steak.
Jono has additionally labored at The Field Tree – an award successful restaurant primarily based in Ilkley, West Yorkshire
He has additionally staged internationally – at Noma, an award successful restaurant in Denmark and Quay in Sydney, Australia.
In Sydney, he additionally labored at eating places Automata and Marque.