Sydney chef Tetsuya Wakuda

At the table with: Tetsuya Wakuda

Owner and operator of one of Sydney’s most highly-regarded restaurants Tetsuya’s Restaurant is Tetsuya Wakuda. He is known for dishing out traditional Japanese dishes using French techniques that he learned in the kitchen from Sydney chef Tony Bilson. He is also the owner of a restaurant in Singapore, Waku Ghin, which he opened in 2010 as part of the Mariana Bay Sands complex. In addition … Continue reading At the table with: Tetsuya Wakuda

At the table with: Miguel Maestre

Celebrity chef Miguel Maestre first popped up on our TV screens when he joined fellow chefs Gary Mehigan, Adrian Richardson, and Manu Feildel on Boys Weekend, but he really won the hearts of many viewers on Channel 10’s The Living Room. Originally from Murica, Spain, Maestre continues to draw from his Spanish heritage in his cooking, and is the author of two cooking books, Miguel’s … Continue reading At the table with: Miguel Maestre

At the table with: Curtis Stone

Australian chef, author, brand, and television personality Curtis Stone almost needs no introduction. He trained under chef Marco Pierre White, he has cooked for Oprah and Ellen, and he is also the face of Australian supermarket giant Coles. With such a portfolio and now based in the U.S, Stone has also hosted and appeared in  several cooking shows over there including Top Chef Masters, The Celebrity Apprentice, and Around … Continue reading At the table with: Curtis Stone

At the table with: Ben Milbourne

Since leaving the 2012 series as a contestant of Channel 10’s MasterChef, Ben Milbourne has been busy writing and hosting his own show. The former schoolteacher launched his first cookbook Mexican Craving in November 2013, and followed it up with a second one Tasmanian Trail, which is focused on celebrating Tasmanian producers. He also has his own TV show, Ben’s Menu, that airs on weekedays … Continue reading At the table with: Ben Milbourne

At the table with: Emma Dean

Emma Dean is a cook, forager, and author, and the winner of the 2013 series of MasterChef Australia. Emma’s passion for food began in the paddocks and kitchen of her country home near Bendigo, Victoria. Emma’s homely cooking style is inspired by a combination of her regional upbringing and her enthusiasm for urban foraging, resulting in dishes that mix classic ingredients with the more unusual … Continue reading At the table with: Emma Dean