Stefano Manfredi from Bells at Killcare, Stephen Seckhold from the Dedes Group (Flying Fish) and Carl Middleton from Hilton Hotels lead an all star cast of exceptional chefs who will perform live demonstrations for the delegates of the Australian Business Events Expo, held on 15 - 16 August at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The chefs will each cook a selection of their signature dishes in one-hour shows at the Taste Kitchen – one of the key components of the 2012 Expo that will open directly onto the Expo’s show floor.
The Taste Kitchen is a popular feature of the Australian Business Events Expo and Event Director Rowan Marchingo puts this down to Australian’s love affair with gourmet food.
“As Australia’s awareness of food continues to grow, Event Managers know that they have to be able to organise and provide surprising and delightful culinary experiences.
“This year we’re proud to present a first class line up of chefs in the Taste Kitchen. It will provide visitors with a fantastic opportunity to experience, first-hand, the latest trends in food and cooking and rub shoulders with the leaders in this field.
“This is going to be a very busy part of the show; the program is stronger than ever before and we can’t wait to see the chefs in action,” said Mr Marchingo.
Other chefs doing live demonstrations throughout the duration of the Expo include: Uwe Habermehl, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre; Hamish Neale, Parkroyal Darling Harbour; Oswin Ribeiro, Carlson’s Hotel; Clinton Brown, Laissez-faire Catering; Chase Kojima, The Star and Robert Crichton, Sergeants Mess.
Friday, 20 July 2012
Kings of the Kitchen to star at the Australian Business Events Expo
Source = Australian Business Events Expo
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