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The journey from Stuttgart to Bowral has taken German-born Chef Thomas Ege on many different tangents – including stints in Vienna and the Cayman Islands, before landing on our shores....
Imagine creating more than 1 million canapes and serving more than 140,000 plated meals to racegoers during Flemington’s Melbourne Cup Carnival, that's the job of Matt Haigh....
He’s the quintessential Aussie – sandy-haired, cheeky and the face of Coles on our television screens - Curtis Stone is the talk of Tinsel town, with his two Los Angeles restaurants drawing...
We talk to this La Luna and TV Celebrity Chef about cooking the perfect steak and Father's Day....
This busy Chef is the brains behind Lavendra in North Sydney and WaazWaan in Crows Nest, coming from working with his father at Grace of India in Milsons Point (where he has now taken over the reins)...
As a young boy growing up in the Hunter Valley, Thomas Boyd would come home from school to watch cooking shows and try to replicate their recipes with whatever his Mum had in the cupboard. Now years....
Four steps to the perfect cup of tea from Nerada Tea plantation director and qualified tea maker, Tony Poyner....
Truffles are the heart of Tasmania’s Terry family. Even from a young age, all Henry and Anna wanted was to be amongst the truffles....
Growing up and working as a mechanic with his Dad, Shannon Kellam dreamt of being a horse trainer. He's now behind the driving wheel at Chef-hatted French restaurant Montrachet in Bowen Hills....
From eating guinea pigs in Peru to minced squirrel in Laos and fermented stinky tofu in Taiwan – there is not much on a plate that German-born Chef Bjoern Schorpp hasn’t tried....
What do you get when you team a Chef with an Italian background who hated tomatoes growing up, with a Welshman who was a fussy eater as a child?...
The life of your local butcher is never dull. We've got the tips you need for the perfect steak from Gary Hine, owner of The Naked Butcher in Mundaring, Western Australia....
We speak with Chef, Richard Kerr from Chef-hatted Lismore restaurant, The Loft. He shares his wild barramundi recipe, which you can easily make at home....
When love brought Ben Bamford to Australia, he expected to be battling crocodiles, sharks and spiders the size of small children. Fifteen years later, he finds himself Executive Chef of hatted Souther...
Bringing an East meets West approach to dining at Chef-hatted restaurant Coya, Chef and Owner, Ashraf Saleh is inspired by the rich diversity of fresh Australian produce....
The ragu's rich sauce and the topping of freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano are what we all deserve (at least once a week!)...
Italian cooking has come a long way in the past 20 years, just ask Melbourne’s David Dellai....
We know her as the smiling Mum, who 10 years ago came to our attention as the inaugural winner of Australian MasterChef. A lot has changed in the last decade for Central Coast mother of three Julie Go...
If it’s not sustainable… it won’t be on the menu at Brae....
Every dish on the menu at View by Matt Golinski has a story to tell about where its ingredients have come from and the people who made it possible....