But have you ever wondered what their cooking spaces at home look like?
The judges all have some pretty impressive homes to sit back and relax in when they are not filming for the popular programme.
Here we take a look at just how fancy they are…
Gregg Wallace’s £1m countryside home
Gregg, 57, shares his incredible property with wife Anne Marie Sterpini, 35.
They are also joined by his in-laws, Rina and Massimo, pet dogs, and two-year-old son Sid.
Speaking about the family set-up at home, Gregg has previously said: “When they moved in, they wanted to contribute…
“I said: ‘No way. You don’t need to spend your money anymore. Enjoy your retirement. Come and look after us’.”
John Torode’s chic London home
John, 57, lives in an amazing London property with his famous wife Lisa Faulkner, 51.
The pair met on the celebrity version of MasterChef in 2015.
They share the space with their two dogs, Otto and Rory.
The couple have showed off their amazing home on their ITV show John and Lisa’s Weekend Kitchen in the past.
Marcus and his wife Jane own one property in East Sussex, and another in London.
The couple moved to the countryside when their children joined boarding school – and back in 2020 the pad was ransacked by a criminal gang that flew in from Chile.
The celebrity cook was left devastated by the £33,000 raid while he and his wife Jane were away in October last year.
The chef, who is a judge on MasterChef: The Professionals, lives in Surrey.
She shares her home with husband David Galetti and their daughter Anais, 17.
Speaking about her local area, Monica told Time & Leisure magazine: “We used to live really central and we loved it.
“But we thought it was important to get out of the city when Anais was born so she could enjoy having a big garden to play in.”