Jane Devonshire was crowned MasterChef 2016 Champion in the twelfth series of the hugely popular BBC One series.
Mother of four, Jane 50, battled her way through an incredible seven weeks of seriously intense challenges including: cooking with rising British star, chef Michael O’Hare; travelling to Mexico to cook with Enrique Olvera; cooking for Daniel Humm one of the world’s most influential culinary talents, and an extraordinary final cook-off where she wowed judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace with her childhood-inspired menu which consisted of a Winkle starter, Indian-inspired Sunday Roast Lamb, and Rhubarb and Custard dessert.
Cooking for her family is an absolutely solid and integral part to Jane’s life and she loves creating recipes for her family and friends. It was her youngest son, Ben, who encouraged her to enter the competition.
Jane is now planning her future in food, developing recipes, creating menus for corporate clients, demonstrating around the country and working on her first book which will be published in 2018.