CookOff draws chefs, CEOs

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

ADD Busi­ness Group Direc­tor David Ed­wards was among chief and se­nior ex­ec­u­tives from around Australia who pre­pared a three-course meal to feed 1000 home­less peo­ple in Syd­ney yes­ter­day.

Mr Ed­wards joined Ned­lands-based Mer­chant Group man­ag­ing direc­tor An­drew Chap­man and 40 of Australia’s top chefs, in­clud­ing Matt Mo­ran, Maggie Beer, Shan­non Bennett and Peter Gil­more, for the fourth OzHar­vest CEO CookOff.

The menu in­cluded a shared an­tipasto plat­ter and a sig­na­ture main course de­signed by each chef plated up and served by the busi­ness peo­ple.

“We’re hop­ing for 1000 Perth skinny dip­pers, al­low­ing us to smash the cur­rent skinny dip world record held by New Zealand with 744 skinny dip­pers,” Fig Group coowner Lorna Marns said.

Peo­ple can reg­is­ter for $35 at www.reg­is­ter­­cure/Reg­is­ter.aspx?E= 15276 for the event that starts at 10am. with her fam­ily.

Evans started her ballet train­ing with the Jan­ice James Academy, then with Mar­i­lyn Jones and Garth Welch and The Grad­u­ate Col­lege of Dance be­fore join­ing the HeinzBosl Academy in Mu­nich.

In 2008, Evans per­formed with WA Ballet as a guest artiste in The Red Shoes and joined the com­pany as a full-time artiste a year later.

The prin­ci­pal dancer was awarded Out­stand­ing Per­for­mance by a Fe­male Dancer in 2013.


David Ed­wards pre­pared a three­course meal for the home­less.

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