Jake Nicolson

Jake Nicolson looks back on his career so far and forward to the challenges yet to come.

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Lamington

“Familiarity, convenience, affordability and a sense of nostalgia have cooks returning to the dishes of the past,” writes Frawley for Taste.com.au.

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Jamie Oliver’s Jamie’s Italian is set to open in Canberra before Christmas, reports Fairfax Media’s Food and Wine magazine editor Kirsten Lawson. Australian born and New Zealand trained Nick Haszard has been appointed head chef, with management still on the hunt for a sous chef and 50 more staff to join the 100-strong team of […]

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Degraves St, Melbourne

Many small Sydney food retail franchises have begun making plans to expand their chains to Melbourne, CBRE’s Zelman Ainsworth tells The Age’s Simon Johanson.

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Salad

Sydney University nutrition expert Dr Kieron Rooney says the current school canteen strategy may be jeopardising students’ health while doing little to combat the growing obesity crisis.

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Markus Werner

Executive Chef Markus Werner carries big responsibilities on his shoulders. Working for hospitality giant Delaware North, he oversees the massive food operations at Melbourne Olympic Park, one of Australia’s most prestigious sporting venues.

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Nestle Professional

Nestle Professional and William Angliss Institute announce five new culinary scholarships for the next generation of Australian chefs.

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Cafe Latte

Suspended Coffee is a philanthropic concept that started in Naples, Italy (as “Espresso Sospeso”) and is now a worldwide initiative. Maureen Watts explains how establishments can help the needy in Australia.

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