Moon­light­ing chef sticks to Com­mu­nity Love story started in Subi for couple

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COM­MU­NITY News­pa­per Group re­porter Ary­lene West­lake-Jen­nings’ Cone Bay bar­ra­mundi got pipped at the post by Jerolina Rankin’s Shark Bay wild prawns at the WA’s Sig­na­ture Dish grand fi­nal last Sun­day.

Rankin made a seafood broth with the Gas­coyne prawns and was men­tored by chef Peter Man­i­fis.

West­lake-Jen­nings, who had Chris Tay­lor from Fraser’s as her men­tor, said de­spite adding soy bean to her dish be­tween the semi-fi­nal and fi­nal, Rankin pro­duced the best dish on the day.

“Her dish changed quite a bit from the semi-fi­nal; her and her chef added more in­gre­di­ents,” West­lake-Jen­nings said.

“It’s been a great ex­pe­ri­ence just see­ing what other cooks do in their kitchen.

“I got to work at Fraser’s for a couple of nights and that made me re­alise I’d like to stick to jour­nal­ism.”

Judge Guil­laume Brahimi said WA had some of the best pro­duce in the world and Rankin’s dish rep­re­sented the flavours of the Gas­coyne re­gion beau­ti­fully with­out over­do­ing it. FOR­MER City of Su­bi­aco employees Chloe Jarvis and Daniel Bin­der mar­ried last month af­ter their love story started in Su­bi­aco.

The couple met at work and had their first date – a pic­nic lunch with food from The Red Chair Cafe – at Lake Jual­bup.

Sev­eral for­mer col­leagues watched Chloe, whose dress was from Collezione Bridal Cou­ture in West Perth, and Daniel ex­change vows at a church in Hil­larys on Oc­to­ber 10.

The re­cep­tion was at the Hil­lary’s Yacht Club.

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