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'MasterChef' winner Kate Bracks: 'I don't want to be a chef'

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Masterchef Australia 2011: Kate Bracks

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Kate Bracks has revealed that she doesn't want to be a chef.

The 36-year-old mother from Orange in New South Wales, who was recently crowned Australia's MasterChef 2011, said that all she wants to do is run a sleepy B&B in her hometown because the idea of writing a cookbook terrifies her.

Bracks told Woman's Day magazine: "I have an underlying dream of owning a bed-and-breakfast. I look at what [past winners] Adam Liaw and Julie Goodwin have done before me and I know plans change, so I'm open to whatever is coming, but still, deep down, is the desire to own a B&B. That's my gift, that's my skill and that's something I can make work with the family. The idea of a cookbook freaks me out."

She said that her dream would be to own a tiny hotel consisting of "small cottages set on land near Orange, amongst rolling hills".

Bracks added: "I'm much more interested in people than food. I want people to come and stay with me and feel nurtured and pampered. There would be options for food... of enjoying a meal at night around a communal table."

After the MasterChef final, Bracks said that she wanted to thank God in her acceptance speech but was scared that it would be too "corny".

Watch the moment when Kate Bracks won MasterChef below (Australian users only):

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