Ascentia Foodservice Equipment will be donating a Mibrasa Hibachi grill that will go up for auction to help raise money for a charity event which will feature 10 MasterChef stars.

Chefs who appeared on MasterChef: The Professionals will be coming together for the first time, creating 10 dishes between them to raise money for Dementia UK.

Adam Handling, who was a finalist himself on MasterChef: The Professionals in 2013, will be hosting the charity dinner at his restaurant, The Frog, in Shoreditch and will be cooking one of the dishes.

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The event has been organised by 2015 finalist Andi Walker as a tribute to his grandmother, Nanny Pickles, who suffers from dementia. Walker cites his grandmother as the person who inspired him to become a chef from a young age.

The chefs taking part alongside Adam and Andi will be 2015 contestants: Mark Stinchcombe, Nick Bennett, Darren Sivewright, Scott Barnard, Danilo Cortellini, Bobby Retnakumar, Joey O’Hare, Dean Westcar and Gavin Barnes.

Tickets for the charity dinner, on 14 November, cost £100 and include a five-course tasting menu, drink on arrival, snacks and “a hell of a lot of fun”, according to organisers.

The Hibachi Grill, made by Mibrasa is a small countertop charcoal grill that is currently used by two Michelin Star chef James Close of the Raby Hunt.