A special dinner last week marked the official launch of WA Potatoes new campaign – Todatoes – aimed to shift consumer perception around fresh potatoes.
Last week I was invited to attend the Variety Toy Bank Rockpool Luncheon at Crown Perth, presented by Masonmill Gardens.
I was invited to the recent Dim Sum Dumplings class, which was very informative, really hands on and a damn good laugh (often too good).
Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge is back again as the headline chef for the 2017 Variety of Chefs on Friday, 21 July at the new Crown Towers Ballroom.
Discovery Parks are the largest owner and operator of lifestyle holiday parks in Australia, with 60 sites around the country.
Back in April I was asked to appear on Breakfast with Peter Bell on 720 ABC Perth to talk about food blogging.
As regular readers will know, I’ve been working with team Southern Forests during the 2017 Buy West Eat Best WA’s Celebrity Signature Dish competition. For me it’s been mostly about travel and pointing my camera at things, but for the four celebrities taking part it’s been a month long battle of identifying their produce, creating their recipes, practicing their kitchen skills and keeping up with the competitive banter. The competition concluded with a cook-off at Elizabeth Quay yesterday as part of the WA Day festival, and the winner was Mark Gibson representing the Peel region with a dish of Slow Braised Harvey Beef Shin with Roasted Sweet Potato and Pickled Vegetables. “I have discovered so much about the region during this campaign,” said Mark. “I always generally thought of the Peel in terms of coast, but the more I found out…that’s one of the reasons we selected beef as the hero ingredient, the…