Following his time on the show, Lynton became well equipped in the kitchen, training under chef Matt Germanchis, before releasing his debut cookbook, Outback Pantry, in 2016.
He later went on to host TV shows A Taste of Travel and My Market Kitchen on Network 10, and opened restaurant Westwood in West Melbourne with his brother-in-law.
Armed with his newfound knowledge and experience, Lynton entered MasterChef Australia: Back To Win feeling much more confident than he did in 2013.
“I was focusing on different things in the competition this time with what I wanted to portray within my food and how I wanted my food to look,” he told Mamamia.
“I was also really allowing the pantry to guide what I was cooking. I didn’t go in there with any preconceived dishes in mind, I would just walk in, see the ingredients available, and quickly make a decision on what I was going to…