Woman's Day Magazine NZ

MEL’S HEALTH BATTLE ‘I WAS BURNT OUT’

She’s one of the most established food writers in the country and has built a career editing cookbooks, presenting TV shows and writing columns in acclaimed publications, but things haven’t always been easy for MasterChef Australia judge Melissa Leong.

“I worked on a book, which involved a lot of travel and close living with a small crew..

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