We all need Food to survive, but we should all, at some point in our lives, have the opportunity to experience truly gorgeous food that not only nourishes us physically, but also inspires us visually, emotionally, and creatively.
Whether plates are prepared through molecular gastronomy in the foremost restaurants around the globe or through simple, rustic methods in your own kitchen, beauty can lie within any preparation. As a society connected through social media, more and more people take and share photos of their food, further connecting us all through the love of the perfect bite.
As a food writer, culinary explorer and food entrepreneur, I have had the privilege of feasting on wonderful dishes by some of the most renowned and respected chefs. Having the honor to gather the following pages and video tutorials of the “Experts” further fueled my desire to share the beauty that can be discovered through food.
Adriano Zumbo is one of Sydney’s most celebrated pâtissiers. Born in the central plains of New South Wales and self-made in the city, Adriano’s swiftly expanding empire began in 2007 with his Balmain shop front, where sugared-up locals couldn’t get enough of pastries.
An appearance on the first series of Australian MasterChef helped introduce croquembouche to an even wider audience and made Adriano – and macrons – a household name.
It’s Adriano’s love affair with confectionery, combined with his Parisian training at institutions that include l’Ecole Lenôtre and Pierre Hermé, that has resulted in a sensibility as delicious as it is irreverent. Constantly evolving and always considering his next move, cake, or idea, Adriano’s infectious energy keeps his fans on their toes. They love it that way, and so does he!
Adam Liaw is a cook, writer and television presenter based in Sydney, Australia. He is the author of five cookbooks. His latest, The Zen Kitchen, is available in stores now.
His television series, Destination Flavour, has travelled through Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Scandinavia and Singapore, and won the 2016 AACTA award for Best Lifestyle Television Program. Adam is a regular columnist for Fairfax newspapers’ GoodFood, Sunday Life magazine and The Guardian.
In 2010 Adam won MasterChef Australia. His victory is still the most watched non-sporting television event in Australian history. In 2016, the Japanese government appointed Adam as an official “Goodwill Ambassador of Japanese Cuisine”.
With more than 300K followers, Adam’s social media presence is ranked by Klout as the most influential in the Australian food industry. Follow Adam on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube or Twitter. Adam is also UNICEF Australia’s National Ambassador for Nutrition.
Jamie Oliver is a British chef best known for his television series The Naked Chef and for campaigning for healthier diets in school children.
Jamie Oliver is a British chef born on May 27, 1975, in Clavering, United Kingdom. As a child he worked in his parent’s restaurant, thus influencing his career direction. At age 16, he attended Westminister Catering College and then gained valuable experience working at several reputable restaurants. His break into television came when he appeared in a documentary while working at the River Café in London. From there, he gained fame after hosting a hit cooking show, The Naked Chef. Multiple cookbook publications and restaurant openings followed. Throughout the 2000s, he championed healthier eating for school children in the U.S. and U.K.
Martha Stewart is an American media mogul best known for her television show and magazine, Martha Stewart Living.
Martha Stewart was born on August 3, 1941, in Jersey City, New Jersey. Stewart rose to prominence as the author of books on cooking, entertaining and decorating. She then expanded her brand to include a magazine and television program, serving as CEO of Martha Stewart Omnimedia. Stewart resigned her post in 2002, following charges of insider trading of which she was subsequently convicted.
Lifestyle guru and businesswoman Martha Stewart was born Martha Kostyra, on August 3, 1941, in New Jersey. The second of six children, Stewart grew up in Nutley, New Jersey, a working-class community near New York City. She worked as a model from the age of 13, appearing in fashion shows as well as television and print advertisements.
Pailin Chonghitnant was born and raised in Thailand. After attending the University of British Columbia, she made her way to Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco, and began cooking for both Western and Thai restaurants. She is the creator and host of Hot Thai Kitchen, a popular cooking show on YouTube, which takes an educational approach to Thai cuisine. She was born and raised in Thailand.
After attending the University of British Columbia, she made her way to Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco, and began cooking for both Western and Thai restaurants. She is the creator and host of Hot Thai Kitchen, a popular cooking show on YouTube, which takes an educational approach to Thai cuisine.
Rachel Allen is a professional cook and busy mother. Brought up in Dublin, at the age of eighteen she left to study at the world famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. After graduating she worked in the kitchens at Ballymaloe House, then returned to work at the cookery school where she found her passion in teaching and where she continues to teach each week.
Over the years Rachel has become a well-known figure in the food world with her best selling cookery books, television programmes and food writing.
Rachel’s first book, Rachel’s Favourite Food, was published in 2004 alongside a television series of the same name. A prolific author, she has published a wide range of popular cookbooks, including Bake, Easy Meals, Cake, Rachel’s Everyday Kitchen, and most recently All Things Sweet each with an accompanying television series. Rachel’s books have sold in excess of 1 million world wide. Her popular television series for RTE and the BBC have been broadcast internationally in 27 different countries. Rachel was also co-host of Good Food Channel’s Market Kitchen and frequently appears on BBC’s Saturday Kitchen.
Rachel’s recipes and writing have been published in a huge range of magazines and newspapers. Her weekly column in The Irish Mail on Sunday followed on from a column in the Sunday Tribune and she is a frequent contributor to – among others – Delicious, Olive, BBC Good Food and Food & Wine Magazine.
Desiree Nielsen is a registered dietitian based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She runs a nutrition consulting practice with a focus on inflammation, digestion and plant-centred diets. Desiree is the author of a book on anti-inflammatory nutrition called Un-Junk Your Diet: How to shop, cook and eat to fight inflammation and feel better, forever and Banish the Bloat, a digestive health program. She is also co-founder of My Healthy Gut, an innovative and research-backed iOS app for digestive health.
A vocal advocate for holistic and integrative approaches to nutrition, Desiree is the co-chair of the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Network for Dietitians of Canada. With education at the core of her work, Desiree consults, writes and speaks on a wide variety of topics – from genetically modified foods and food quality to eating for a healthier body and mind. She travels throughout North America motivating others to make healthier choices every day with her practical, light-hearted approach. She has delivered keynote presentations, conference sessions and acted as moderator for the natural health industry, health professionals and corporations. Past appearances include the Dietitians of Canada National Conference, Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan, Canadian Health Food Association Expos, Pacific Blue Cross, Canadian Health and Wellness Innovations Conference, David Suzuki Foundation, Gluten Free Expo and Hootsuite.
Desiree began her work as nutrition manager for a chain of natural food stores and continues her relationship with the natural health industry as a spokesperson and content creator for select companies such as Bio-K+ Probiotics, Nature’s Path Organics, myWholeLife Holistic Nutrition Inc. Desiree has been an early adopter of social media and technology in dietetics practice; she speaks on the implications of social media use in dietetics and is beginning work on an innovative new digestive health app in 2016.
Desiree is a go-to expert for local and national media; she is a featured nutrition expert on Global BC Weekend News, the Natural Health Show on CKNW and Zoomer Radio and AM1150 (Kelowna). She has appeared on CBC News (Vancouver) and CBC News Now, CTV National News, Canada AM, Breakfast Television (Vancouver), Fairchild Television, CBC Radio outlets across Canada, CJAD Montreal and Sirius XM. Desiree has lent her expertise or contributed articles to Chatelaine, Redbook, FLARE, Closer, Best Health magazine, Brides.com, Healthline.com, Huffington Post, One Green Planet, Mind Body Green, The Globe and Mail, Vancouver Sun, The Province and Toronto Star. She is the nutrition expert for Vista Magazine, a forward thinking Canadian natural health publication. Desiree has been recognized as one of the top 100 nutrition blogs by the Institute of Health Psychology.
Scottish by birth, UK chef Gordon Ramsay was brought up in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, and initially aspired to be a professional footballer. However, when an injury prematurely put an end to any hopes of a promising career on the pitch, Ramsay went back to college to complete a course in hotel management. His dedication and natural talent led him to train with some of the world’s leading chefs, including Albert Roux and Marco Pierre White in London, and Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon in France.
In 1993, Ramsay became head chef of Aubergine in London, and within three years Aubergine was awarded two Michelin stars.
At the age of 31, Ramsay branched out on his own to set up his first wholly-owned and namesake restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay opened in 1998, and quickly received the most prestigious accolade in the culinary world – three Michelin stars. Today, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is London’s longest-running restaurant to hold this award, and Ramsay is one of only four chefs in the UK to maintain three stars.
Now internationally renowned and holding a number of Michelin stars, Ramsay has opened a string of successful restaurants across the globe, from Italy to the United States. These include two ventures in Doha, Qatar, which opened in 2012; a restaurant in Bordeaux; three restaurants in Las Vegas (Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris, Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill at Caesars Palace and Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood); Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill in Atlantic City; Bread Street Kitchen and London House in Hong Kong; and Bread Street Kitchen in Singapore.
In the UK, the Gordon Ramsay Group has opened new locations across London, including Union Street Café, London House, Heddon Street Kitchen and two further maze Grills, one of which is located on the former Aubergine site on Park Walk, Chelsea.
Ramsay has also become a star of the small screen both in the US and internationally as a TV chef, with four top-rated FOX shows that air in more than 200 territories worldwide. These critically-acclaimed shows include HELL’S KITCHEN, MASTERCHEF, MASTERCHEF JR., and HOTEL HELL, as well as UK shows: GORDON BEHIND BARS, ULTIMATE COOKERY COURSE, GORDON’S GREAT ESCAPES and GORDON RAMSAY: SHARK BAIT.
Lorraine Pascale trained at the prestigious Leith’s school of food and wine. She then went on to graduate with a first class honours degree/summa cum laude in Culinary Arts Management at London’s University of West London. Whilst studying she participated in several ‘stages’ at some in some of the best kitchens in the London run by chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Marcus Waring and Tom Aikens.
During her final year of University, Lorraine opened a bakery in London’s Covent Garden selling cakes, tray bakes and cupcakes and it was at the time she filmed her first Television series ‘Baking Made Easy’ which along with the book was an instant hit in the UK.
Lorraine went on to film Home Cooking made Easy, Fast fresh and Easy and How to be a better cook on the BBC. Her shows currently air in over 70 countries worldwide. She is the author of 6 books with her 7th book a modern day baking bible to be released in Mothers’ day of 2017. In 2014 Lorraine’s filmed a documentary ‘Fostering and me’ to highlight and encourage the importance and benefits of fostering children. During the filming she was reunited with her foster mother whom she had not seen since birth.
Lorraine regularly appears on shows such as Loose Women, The One show, Alan Titchmash show and BBC Breakfast and is one of the hosts of the acclaimed Saturday Kitchen.
She is currently enjoying a burgeoning career in America, having 3 seasons of both the hit TV show, Holiday Baking Championship and the Spring Baking Championship under her belt where she judges along side The Ace of Cakes ‘Duff Goldman’. Recently she filmed a spin off from the US number 1 hit show ‘Worst cooks’ with Anne Burrell and chefs such as Bobby flay, called Worst Bakers where she co-hosts with Duff. The show is due to air in the Fall of 2016.
Jeremy and Adrian, two Vancouver-based guys who are totally obsessed with food, photography and social media. Our blog was launched back in the summer of 2012, and since then it has become a growing collection of healthy and indulgent recipes, lifestyle finds, travel and restaurant experiences around our city. You may have seen our stuff in other places around the web, too. We’re freelance writers for online publications like Martha Stewart, Food & Wine, Gusto TV, Vancouver Courier, VITA, The Province, and are contributing editors for The Feed Feed.
Jeremy is a graduate of Vancouver Community College’s Baking and Pastry Arts program, and took home a Silver medal in the 2014 BC Skills Competition. Together we authored our first book, a city-guide called The HUNT Vancouver, which was released last summer through Gatehouse Publishing.
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