How good are people? I love interviewing people from all different walks of life and trying to understand what makes them tick. Here is where I’ve shared stories about actors, politicians, scientists, chef and even an astronaut. Most of these stories have been published in Fairfax newspapers, magazines and websites.
Top kitchens all around the world use Thermomix as a trusty kitchen assistant. I chatted to some of the world's best chefs about how and why they love their Thermomix
On the road in Victoria's High Country: I eat big and learn lots at a 'Prosecco picnic' by the King River as the MoVida chefs and sommeliers source produce for High Country Harvest
The process of turning cocoa beans into delicious chocolate is a process that's rarely seen so I was thrilled to take a tour at Ratio Cocoa Roasters to uncover the whole process
Chefs and best-selling cookbook authors Allan Campion, 54, and Michele Curtis, 49, were in a relationship for 17 years. They separated 13 years ago but continue to co-parent and work together. Four years ago, Allan told Michele he was gay.
While we had a cake in the oven I grabbed the lovely Sophia from Thermomix Baking Blogger for a chat about sourdough, a topic that's close to both of our hearts, but can seem very spooky and mysterious if you've never encountered it before.
I try to appreciate nature's bounty with every mouthful but I am especially in awe of peaches: I find it so amazing that this fuzzy fruit's seed is protected by flesh that's so evocative, sweet and juicy. Practical propagation probably doesn't need to be this delicious but YES. Enjoy my stonefruit primer and recipe suggestions.
A good salad is superb. A sad salad is soul-destroying. Listen in to hear about the salad good and the salad bad.
Chris Lucas, the entrepreneur behind some of Melbourne’s hottest laneway restaurants is moving to Sydney and luring one of the harbour city’s best chef south. Will his sizzle translate, or will he have egg on his face?