Chef of the week: ALAIN DUCASSE

Alain Ducasse (born 13 September 1956) is a Monégasque chef. He formerly held French nationality. He operates a number of restaurants including Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester which holds three stars (the top ranking) in the Michelin Guide. Read More


Chef of the week: GUY SAVOY

Guy Savoy is a world-renowned French chef, and is the Head Chef and owner of the eponymous Guy Savoy restaurant in Paris and sister restaurant in Las Vegas.

Guy Savoy was born on 24 July 1953 in Nevers, located in Bourgogne. In 1955, his parents moved to Bourgoin-Jallieu, a town in Isère, where his father was a gardener and his mother owned a taproom, that she would transform into a fast food and then a reputed restaurant. Read More

Chef of the week: NEIL PERRY

Neil Arthur Perry (born 29 June 1957) is one of Australia’s leading and most influential chefs. He has managed several quality restaurants in Sydney and today concentrates on his numerous restaurants in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, and Rockpool Consulting.

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Chef of the week: RICK STEIN

Christopher Richard “Rick” Stein (born 4 January 1947) is an English chef, restaurateur and television presenter. He is currently the head chef and co-owner of “Rick Stein at Bannisters” at Mollymook, New South Wales, Australia, owns four restaurants in Padstow, a fish and chip shop in Falmouth, Cornwall and has written or presented a number cookery books and television programmes. Read More

Chef of the week: PAULA DEEN

A native of Albany, Georgia, Paula Deen never dreamed she would become an American icon. Paula was living the American dream—married to her high school sweetheart and mother of two adorable boys when tragedy struck. Her parents died, her marriage failed and she began a prolonged battle with agoraphobia. With her boys in their teens and her family near homelessness, Paula took her last $200, reached deep inside and started “The Bag Lady,” a home-based meal delivery service that marked the start of Paula’s professional cooking. Read More

Chef of the week: ANTHONY BOURDAIN

     “My whole life, cooking has been about control. Traveling and eating are about letting things happen.”

     Anthony Michael “Tony” Bourdain (born June 25, 1956) is an American chef, author and television personality. He is well known for his 2000 book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, and is the host of Travel Channel’s culinary and cultural adventure programs Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations and The Layover.

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If you don’t know this talented chef who has inspired French modern cuisine but still find him really familiar, Jean-Georges Vongerichten is now the co-host of the cooking and travelling series, Kimchi Chronicles. He and his wife, Marja Vongerichten, travel across Korea, discover the culture, the famous, traditional Korean dishes and recreate in their way. This show gives us a further look on Korean cuisine, people in the same time with a variety of amazing recipes that can be easily remade in a home kitchen, especially when you’re in love with Korean flavors.

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Chef of the week: NIGELLA LAWSON

Nigella Lucy Lawson (born 6 January 1960) is an English food writer, journalist and broadcaster. After graduating from Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, Lawson started work as a book reviewer and restaurant critic, later becoming the deputy literary editor of The Sunday Times in 1986

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Chef of the week: JAMIE OLIVER

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     If you love cooking and trying new recipes that you learned on TV in your kitchen, you will definitely know this talent chef. Jamie Oliver is a phenomenon in the world of food. He is one of the world’s best-loved television personalities and one of Britain’s most famous exports. He had huge success with television series and has inspired people to spend more time enjoying being in the kitchen and growing their own food.

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Chef of the week: MATT MORAN

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Matthew Moran, commonly known as Matt Moran, was raised on a dairy farm at Badgery’s Creek in NSW. At age 15, Matt finished school to initiate a career as a chef. He commenced his apprenticeship at La Belle Helene Restaurant, Roseville, on Sydney’s North Shore and it was here that Matt discovered and practiced the art of classical French cooking.

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