Culi­nary heavy­weight to cook at Plaza

Whitsunday Times - - NEWS -

A WORLD-CLASS chef is com­ing to the Whit­sun­days for a com­mu­nity cook-up this Satur­day.

Pro­pri­etor of Har­vey Nor­man Can­non­vale, Judy James, said she had en­listed the culi­nary skills of a He­ston Blu­men­thal trained chef at a char-grill cook­ing de­mon­stra­tion.

Meat from Whit­sun­day Butch­ers and Seafood and fruit from the Prickly Pineap­ple will be pro­vided for a free event to give back to the Whit­sun­day com­mu­nity.

“It has been a tough six months and it’s nice to be able to do some­thing to bring peo­ple out in the com­mu­nity,” Ms James said.

“Peo­ple are still stressed, prob­a­bly more so now than just af­ter­wards be­cause peo­ple are so frus­trated with how long it is tak­ing to get their place to­gether.

“We hear so many sto­ries. It will be nice to get ev­ery­one out to­gether to give them a chance to talk and so­cialise.”

The de­mon­stra­tion on the new-style char-grill bar­be­cue will be­gin at 9am at Har­vey Nor­man in the Whit­sun­day Plaza.

PHOTO: PETER CARRUTHERS

COM­MU­NITY BAR­BE­CUE: Har­vey Nor­man Can­non­vale pro­pri­etor Judy James has en­listed the skills of a world-class chef for a com­mu­nity cook-up.

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