Justin Bonello is a South African filmmaker, chef and television personality.
He is the founder of Neighbourhood Farm, an organisation that employs unskilled community members to farm non-productive land.
Bonello is probably best known for his cooking and travel show "Cooked".
He’s the author of several books including The Ultimate Braai Master.
Image credit: http://justinbonello.com/
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