stanstory

This satirical story from well-known and respected Black Hat Chef George Hill describes some of the potentially negative influences which modern chefs need to be on the lookout for. Click here to read online or right-click and ‘save as’ to download

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peterwright

Peter Wright’s career has taken him from humble beginnings to the Presidency of the Australian Culinary Federation, the excitement of international competition and the challenge of catering for major events.

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David Sullivan

“For someone who requires a gluten free diet, eating out of home is one of their biggest challenges,” says David Sullivan – and as National Business Development Manager of Coeliac Australia, he should know.

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Ham Cheese Tomato muffin

Coeliac Australia has partnered with McDonalds to trial a pilot scheme at three McCafes in the NSW Hunter Valley.

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Pacific West Lemon Pepper Salmon

The new trend in value-added seafood is for products that look as though they’re made fresh in the kitchen.

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seafoodimporters

Recent media speculation on the quality of imported seafood has hit record levels, with talkback radio jocks and even members of parliament weighing in on the subject. In response, the Seafood Importers Association (SIAA) headed by Norman Grant is doing its best to tackle the misconceptions and outright errors of fact that have gained currency […]

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bookcover

Now available from chef Glenn Austin, former Continental Director, Pacific Rim for the World Association of Cooks’ Societies (WACS) among many other career achievements, comes his first book – ‘A Book About A Cook’. By turns volatile, outspoken, dedicated and passionate, Glenn’s book opens a window to his early life and the people who helped […]

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William Angliss Institute chief executive officer Nicholas Hunt, scholarship winners Ashley Kinnersly-King, Natalia Nuyerepon and Cristian Campos and country business manager for Nestle Professional Oceania Pat Stobbs.

Five William Angliss Institute commercial cookery and patisserie students will receive a $2500 scholarship towards continuing their studies in 2015. There was a strong field of applicants across both states with Ashley Kinnersly-King, Cristian Campos and Natalia Nuyerepon selected in Victoria and Henry Hughes and Katina Siris chosen from New South Wales. Henry is studying […]

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