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Australian celebrity chef, model, and restaurateur, Sarah Todd, who rose to fame after appearing on MasterChef Australia in 2014, has returned to our picturesque North East India once again.

Taking to her Facebook page, Sarah wrote, “I am so happy to be back in the beautiful North East of India in Meghalaya shooting something special, which I will share with you soon.”

Reflecting on her previous trip to Assam, she wrote, “In 2018, I had the pleasure of exploring the vibrant beauty of Assam with Udayan Duarah Udy for the documentary ‘Awesome Assam with Sarah Todd’.”

“Our journey started in the world’s tiniest inhabited river island Umananda to the world’s largest inhabited river island Majuli. It was a memorable experience, from boat journeys on the mighty Brahmaputra to road trips and sharing meals with the locals,” added Sarah Todd with a heart emoji.

Notably, after cooking aloo gobi on MasterChef Australia in 2014, Todd gained over 50,000 social media followers from India.

In 2015, Todd opened her first restaurant, Antares in Goa, India, which she co-owns and operates.

Todd’s first cookbook My Healthy Model Cookbook was published by Penguin Australia in 2016.

Notably, in 2018, Todd hosted the documentary ‘Awesome Assam With Sarah Todd,’ which aired on Fox Life India, National Geographic Channel, and Foxtel. The show was also featured in the Broadcast Audience Research Council India report and the content increased the viewership for the slot by almost 60%. It also had the second-best ATS (Average Time Spent) among all the other content in the week on National Geographic.

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