19 Reasons You Need To Follow Aussie Chef Adam Liaw On Twitter And Instagram

Master chef on the screen, master chef on the tweets.

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1. This is Adam Liaw. He won Australia's second season of Masterchef and you're going to want follow him on Twitter and Instagram.

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2. He takes drool-worthy food shots that are flawless.

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Ramen get it!

3. Because he's a chef so you wouldn't expect any less.

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OkonomiYUMki.

4. Even his footy watching snacks look gourmet af.

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5. He'll give you food ideas for your next meal.

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7. He also has an adorable family.

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8. Isn't his son just so damn cute?

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9. Like he could have an excellent Instagram account all on his own.

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10. But it's his on point tweeting that really takes the cake.

To anyone saying #MasterChefAU is rigged so the most marketable person wins let me remind you that I won & I'm a pudgy Asian man in my 30s.

11. Whether it's during the holiday season.

"Hey, how was your Christmas break?" "Yeah, really good. How was yours?" "Yeah, really good too." Repeat until your soul leaves your body.

12. Or referencing pop culture.

WHAT THE HELL IS FORREST GUMP TALKING ABOUT THERE IS A CLEAR AND INFORMATIVE VISUAL GUIDE TO ALL THE CHOCOLATES PRINTED INSIDE THE LID

13. Even in far flung locations around the world.

90% of Japanese television is famous people being surprised that an item of food is delicious.

14. Or taking food wankery head on.

I'd be less cynical of your detox if you could name a single scientifically identifiable toxin that can be removed from your body by juice.

15. Like the time he shut down all the fad diets in one fell swoop.

Weird how Japan has the longest life expectancy and lowest obesity rate in the developed world but nobody eats vegan, paleo or gluten-free.

16. Or poked fun at glorified potato cutters.

Why do artisan burger joints brag about 'hand-cut fries'? You chopped up a potato. Congratulations.

17. And of course, joining in on the one thing we all ~love~, live tweeting reality TV.

I remember when a 20-year-old @callumskitchen came into the #MasterChefAU kitchen, bright-eyed and full of dreams. Dreams I later crushed.

18. Need some aloe for this sick 🔥🔥🔥🔥?

On diversity in the #BacheloretteAU, perhaps Sam told a producer "No Blakes" and they just misheard her?

19. So get some Adam Liaw on your timeline, you won't regret it!

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