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Q&A with Chef Julio Azarrello – part II

Julio Azarrello is a hospitality industry veteran with a wealth of experience as a chef, restaurateur and chef lecturer. He works with Gourmet Providore as client liaison, keeping his customers abreast of food trends and market updates on seasonality, availability and pricing of produce. He is Vice President (NSW) of the Australian Culinary Federation. [...]

Q&A with producer Daniel Motlop

 Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine Are we going native? Our native produce could give the AussieCuisine an identity specific to our country and not borrowed from immigrants or our neighbours. As Daniel Motlop points out, "we sell croc, wild boar, emu, rabbits, goat, magpie geese, but also things like Kakadu plum, rosella, paperbark, finger [...]

All about Chefs: An Aussie Cuisine Forum

 Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine Compared to the extensive training undertaken by aspiring chefs, there is a serious lack of front of house/service training in Australia and therefore serious issues with the overall quality of hospitality service in our restaurants. ‘Unlike in Europe, where service/front of house is considered a long-term career choice, this is not [...]

By | May 18th, 2017|Australian Chefs|0 Comments

Sydney seafood chowder challenge

 Viewpoints from Aussie Cuisine Derived from the word chaudière, which described a pot or cauldron, typically used to make fish stews dating back over five hundred years, chowder is largely not known to be associated with the early colonial dishes of Sydney. The Chowder Challenge saw a range of modern interpretations from [...]

By | May 11th, 2017|National Dishes|0 Comments

Food choices on Sydney and Melbourne restaurant menus

By Carolina Holzmeister Summary: The present paper aims to explore the food options present on menus of Contemporary Australian restaurants. In order to quantitatively address this issue, 40 menus of contemporary restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne were evaluated. The distinctive food choices of Sydney and Melbourne-based diners were examined and the significant differences between cities [...]

By | April 23rd, 2017|Produce|0 Comments

An investigation of Sydney and Melbourne’s menus through the lens of contemporary cuisine

By Carolina Holzmeister Summary: The 'melting pot' of ethnic diversity in Australia and the range of exclusive native produce has contributed to the multiplicity of cuisines in this country and collaborated in the creation a unique ‘Australian Contemporary Cuisine’. The present paper aims to explore the multicultural effects on the contemporary Australian cuisine by [...]

By | April 22nd, 2017|Produce|0 Comments