It’s great to see old friends Jamie Oliver, Tobie Puttock and Matt Skinner working together again and tighter than ever. With the launch of Jamie’s Italian around the corner, this is a very exciting time for the trio.
It’s great to see Matt helping the next generation of hospitality students, giving them practical advice and support. The students got so much out of the time and loved hearing about Matt’s progress and journey.
Tobie Puttock has been appointed as a consultant to work with Tribe Hotel as they open their very first boutique hotel in central Perth. This new look hotel will offer locals, travellers and business customers a luxury space with amazing, healthy food options at a very competitive price.
The region has an enormous amount to offer and celebrity and local chefs will be making the most of it over the weekend. Heading the pack is Alastair McLeod who will be cooking up a storm using some amazing, local produce.
To ensure people get the most out of their visit to one of WA’s most popular events, a new cookbook including some amazing seafood recipes has been put together by the team at Mandurah. Working with popular chefs including Anna Gare, Rick Stein and Stephanie Alexandra and Matt Sinclair, the team have managed to put together a wonderful cook book.
Anna Gare is heading up a stellar team of talented chefs and celebrities at this year’s WA Taste Great Southern.
Celebrity chefs such as first timer Miguel Maestre — who is flying down early to catch his very own kingfish for his menu — MKR’s Colin Fassnidge and WA darling Anna Gare will all be hosting and cooking at events across the region.
Manu and Obela, a winning combination
Manu is a proud Ambassador for Obela dips and spreads. Some of his quick and easy meal solutions can be found on the Obela website at
Our very own Anna Polyviou, attended the launch of the Laminex Design Hub as one of their muses for the “Be Inspired By” series, sharing some of her amazing treats on the night.
Adrian’s latest project Bouvier Bar launched in late 2016, and is making a name for itself for great food and wine and cocktails.
My Kitchen Rules is now in its 10th Season, and while Manu is off filming his first movie and the next season of MKR NZ, the show is maintaining its reputation as a ratings juggernaut for Seven.
Food waste is a cultural, environmental and economic problem of staggering proportion, but there is hope. Lindy Alexander talks to those coming to the rescue with way to help curb this global issue.
What would you cook for your friends and ever wondered what a chef would cook. Some of the countries top chefs reveal exactly what they would do and why. It’s not all exotic or even difficult…..it’s about having fun and enjoying time with your friends say’s Tobie Puttock