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Remembering Ross

Ross Burden passes away aged just 47


Antipodean television chef Ross Burden “died peacefully” on the 17th July aged just 47.


Ross Burden (1966 - 2014)
Ross Burden (1966 – 2014)

A model turned self-taught cook, Burden was a BBC MasterChef finalist in 1993 and went on to become a regular on Ready Steady Cook. He filmed a healthy eating video with Joan Collins, set up his own catering company and was dubbed ‘The Tastiest Man in Britain’.


A celebration of Ross Burden’s life will be held in Auckland on Wednesday 23rd July. This charming, larger than life gent will be greatly missed by many.



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4 comments on “Remembering Ross”

  1. I believe he died following a bone marrow transplant for leukaemia, an infection set in. A very charismatic man who was so much more than a celebrity chef. R.I.P Ross

  2. Ross exuded warmth and humour. His grin was infectious. A scandalous (but not bitchy) gossip he also brought his knowledge as a scientist to enhance and explain his culinary skills. We shared many a glass of champagne together and I toasted his memory with another glass. Farewell old chum.

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