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Author: Nicola Ince Date Posted: 10 August 2017
Be one of the first to feast your eyes on the new wears at the Fine Food Expo in September at the International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour. Visit Chef Works Australia at Stand F36.
Chef Works, the Worldwide Leading Hospitality Uniform Brand, has developed the Byron Canvas Apron Collection as an Australian Exclusive. “We have a wide product range with varying styles, fabrics, colours, features and technologies. We cater to every taste and trend. Witnessing the culinary industry in Australia pushing the boundaries ...
The team here at Chef Works Australia love hearing about the achievements of our supporters.
Witnessing developments in the industry is our motivation.
One of our Brand Representatives, Chef Greg Piner has helped drive restaurants Vault 21 and Prohibition Smoke House to success and most recently scored Vault 21 Silver Fern Farms ‘Best Venison Dish’. He shares his experiences with us…
Silver Fern Farms – Best Venison Dish, 2016
Vault 21 recently won the best Venison dish at the Silver Fern Farms master of fi...
‘Comfort in the kitchen needs to feel like when I’m out in the ocean, that feeling of being free’
Avid surfer, Ian Oakes (Head Chef / Owner at Drake Eatery, Bondi Beach), reveals what comfort in the kitchen means to him.
Recalling his first ever Chef Jacket, Chef Ian now looks for tradition, security, agility, professionalism, and ‘a connection to the Chef community’.
In the spirit of the season of giving, on behalf of our loyal and valued customers, the team here at Chef Works participated in ‘Cooking for a Cause’ with Oz Harvest.
Oz Harvest is the first perishable food organisation that collects some of the $8-10 billion worth of quality excess food from commercial outlets and delivers it to over 900 charities Australia wide.
Cooking for a cause is an activity which allows groups to transform rescued food into hundreds of quality meals, which are sent out to communitie...
Cooking is no longer something that’s only done in the kitchen: if you’ve been keeping up with the media you’ve probably noticed that cooking has taken over the airways. Whole television stations have been dedicated to the cause, and celebrity chefs have gone from being rare to being impossible to ignore.
The public hunger for media about food is only on the rise, with eighty per cent of US adults – especially those falling into the Baby Boomer and Gen X groups - watchin...
Author: Chef Works Australia
Yesterday around 130 CEO’s teamed up with top chefs for a charity cook off to help raise funds to fight hunger and homelessness in Australia.
Business leaders were challenged on their fundraising and culinary skills to benefit some of the country’s most vulnerable community members, while at the same time raising awareness about the issues of food security, homelessness and food waste.
Chef Works CEO, Jonathan Brown, donned an apron and joined top chefs such as Matt Moran, Guillaume Brahimi and Frank Camorra to prepare a three course meal for 1,000 of Sydn...
Author: Chef Works Australia
Although breakfast is often said to be the most important meal of the day, dinner is often the largest and most formal. But what we think of as dinner hasn’t always been the case.
In fact, the midday meal, not the evening meal, was historically the largest meal of the day in many countries, and this tradition continues in some places around the world today.
In all, dinner is a fascinating cultural experience, which is why we’ve put together a detailed infographic describing the many different ways of doing dinner – and just...