Community Table chats with Matt Moran.

At the table with: Matt Moran

Restauranteur, chef, and TV personality Matt Moran has been running some the country’s top kitchens for the last 30-plus years, including ARIA Restaurant, Opera Bar, and more recently Chiswick. When he’s not in the kitchen, Moran is publishing cookbooks, and hosting TV shows such as From Paddock to Farm and The Great Australian Bake Off Who is your inspiration? I get inspiration from many places … Continue reading At the table with: Matt Moran

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: Alastair McLeod

At the table with: Alastair McLeod

Who is your inspiration? My inspiration in the kitchen are the people who I source my food from. I live in Brisbane, Australia and I’ve made it my business for the last 19 years since I moved there. It’s not about knowing who the chefs are, or who is hot to trot, or who is doing dude food but to know the local produce in … Continue reading At the table with: Alastair McLeod

Christine Manfield

At the table with: Christine Manfield

When it comes to food, there’s almost nothing Christine Manfield hasn’t done. She’s an Australian chef, a restauranter, author, food manufacturer, presenter, and teacher. She is best known for not being shy when it comes to putting flavours into dishes, and has even been dubbed Sydney’s ‘Spice Queen’. Manfield is the brains behind her own range of spice and paste condiments, Christine Manfield Spice Collection. … Continue reading At the table with: Christine Manfield

At the table with: Tobie Puttock

Australian chef and long time friend to Jamie Oliver, Tobie Puttock has been running Oliver’s Melbourne Fifteen branch since it opened in 2006. Alongside that he keeps busy as a popular contributor to Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube, a YouTube channel with over a million subscribers. He also travels around Australia presenting cooking demonstrations and is working on a new range of ready-to-eat meals. Puttock is … Continue reading At the table with: Tobie Puttock