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Alison Quinn, owner of Al's Kitchen on Harrington Road, Workington, provided lunch for the former greengrocer and his team on all three days.
Alison and her team made tatie pot, cottage pie and sandwiches and even managed to pose for a selfie with Gregg.
It is always going to be the scariest - you walk in and there's Gregg, Monica and Marcus ...
MASTERCHEF star Gregg Wallace had his tastebuds tingled in Flimby last week while filming for a television series.
Gregg Wallace has been slammed over his role judging Masterchef : The Professionals. A 'massively proud' Mark Stinchcombe has been announced as the winner of Master Chef: The Professionals.
Viewers have hit out over the greengrocer's judging role after Mark Stinchcombe won the latest series of the show, asking how he is qualified to judge professional. Mr Stinchcombe, 28, was described as a "very, very solid, talented cook" as he became the ninth champion after seven weeks of culinary battle with 47 other chefs. I think he has got such a great future ahead of him." Mr Wareing said: "What a talent.
He said: "It has been such a tiring, exhausting, emotional but fun ride - an incredible competition that will open many doors.
"My most challenging moment in the competition has to be the first day. It is really difficult to produce such quality in such a short amount of time for some of the best critics in Britain.
"Someone please tell me why [Gregg] is judging a professional chef competition? Another added: "How to ruin [Masterchef] final, get shouty grocer Greggback. An emotional Mr Stinchcombe, who was awarded the title by judges Marcus Wareing, the double Michelin-starred chef, Master Chef's seasoned diner Gregg Wallace and chef Monica Galetti, said it had been a "phenomenal" competition. "I am massively proud of what I have achieved - it has been such a long journey. "From the start I have always been the pretty stern one, so you have got some emotion out of me now." He was awarded the title after beating off competition from fellow finalists Nick Bennett, 27, and Scott Barnard, 33. I know one thing, if that chef ever opened up his own restaurant I would love to be the first customer." The finalists' challenges included preparing a Michelin standard dish for 22 Michelin-starred chefs and travelling to Italy to cook at a three Michelin starred restaurant.Mr Stinchcombe's winning menu in the final task - to prepare a three-course meal for the judges - included a main course of fillet of beef with a bone marrow crust and glazed beef short rib.Mr Wallace said: "It has been a fantastic competition and this today has been a real celebration of culinary art. It was off the scale." Mr Stinchcombe decided to train professionally as a chef after developing an interest in cooking at school.He is currently the head chef at Eckington Manor, Worcestershire, where he lives and works with his wife, Sue.The 51-year-old spent three days with a film crew at New Balance shoe factory on St Helens Lane as part of a BBC2 programme.
It is unknown what show he was filming for, but it is being produced by Voltage TV productions.