Joshua Moore dreams of one day opening a restaurant where the plate is his canvas.
”I want to be able to do Aboriginal art with my food,” the 18-year-old, from Bourke , said.
But for now, he is happy to help out in the kitchens of some of Sydney’s finest chefs as an apprentice […]
The National Indigenous Culinary Institute has begun the search for Australia's most promising indigenous chefs, and will today launch its 2014 indigenous trainee chef program seeking applicants.
EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS FOR ICONIC GUILLAUME AT BENNELONG Iconic Sydney fine-dining restaurant Guillaume at Bennelong is delighted to announce some important developments in the lead up to its 12th anniversary in November this year.
After a successful inaugural year in 2012, the National Indigenous Culinary Institute has continued to grow throughout 2013. The program now has a large number of Sydney’s leading restaurants and chefs on board to create a skilled Indigenous workforce for the hospitality industry and is earmarked to be expanded in the future. The hospitality industry has welcomed this opportunity to provide Indigenous trainees with the skills and training required to work in the...