CookOff draws chefs, CEOs
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.registernow.com.au/secure/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.