Julie Goodwin attends the 2011 Logie Awards.
|Born||31 October 1970|
|Residence||Niagara Park, New South Wales|
|Occupation||Director, Sales and Marketing|
|Employer||Loyal IT Solutions (family business)|
|Awards||Winner, MasterChef Australia|
|Management company profile|
Julie Goodwin (born 31 October 1970) is an Australian cook and singer who came to public attention when she won the inaugural season of MasterChef Australia in 2009, defeating artist Poh Ling Yeow in the final.
Goodwin was involved in a segment on The 7PM Project where families were able to enter a contest to have Goodwin cook at their house live on television. She also appears in a weekly cooking segment on the Today program.
As the winner of MasterChef, Goodwin was given the opportunity to write her own cookbook. The book is called Our Family Table (ISBN 9781741669688), published in April 2010. Some recipes were passed down through Goodwin’s family, others were given by friends. Goodwin also included recipes she created on MasterChef, such as lemon diva cupcakes and passionfruit ‘puddle pie'. The final section of the book is a 'blank' chapter with pages for the reader’s photos, clippings and recipes from family and friends.
Julie has since released 2 other cook books "Heart of the Home" and "Gather"
In 2010 Goodwin released a CD of Christmas songs and recipes through Woolworths.
- All MasterChef contestants likely to benefit from show - The Australian, 21 July 2009
- Knox, David (11 January 2009). "7000 apply to become MasterChef". tv.com. Retrieved 18 July 2009.
- "7PM Project / MasterChef Cook In Your Kitchen". 7pmproject.com.au. Retrieved 9 March 2010.
- Knox, David (15 February 2010). "Julie Goodwin joins Today". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 9 March 2010.
- "Our Family Table". randomhouse.com.au. Retrieved 9 March 2010.
- McCunstie, Alicia (2 December 2010). "MasterChef Julie Goodwin has another passion - singing for her supper". Central Coast Express Advocate. Retrieved 27 January 2011.
- "Julie Goodwin Australia's first masterchef". The Age (Melbourne). 20 July 2009. Retrieved 20 July 2009.
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