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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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Australian Culinary Federation

The Australian Culinary Federation is calling for nominations for Australian Culinary Squad Manager and Australian Junior Culinary Squad Manager. The positions are voluntary and come with the full support of the ACF

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Australian Culinary Federation

The Australian Culinary Federation is seeking nominations for highly motivated junior, senior and pastry chefs for the Australian Culinary Squad.

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Waiter

The Herald Sun has reported a massive audit of the foodservice industry, announced by the Fair World Ombudsman on 19 August 2013.

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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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Brownies

It seems that dessert fads are taking the world by storm, and everyone is wondering what the next sweet craze will be.

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Peter Dixon - Judge

The 2013 online Spotless Mastermind competition attracted 28 apprentice cooks/chefs from Spotless properties across Australia. The challenge aimed to establish the most technically knowledgeable apprentice in each category. With an outstanding score of 93% Spotless second year apprentice chef Bradley Johnson employed at Perth Convention Exhibition Centre and attending Western Australia Polytechnic West Institute won […]

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