Life & Style Weekend - - BIG READ -

He’s known as one of Aus­tralia’s top chefs, and now Syd­ney’s Peter Gil­more is bring­ing his tal­ents to our re­gion for The Cu­rated Plate.

Mr Gil­more has been at the helm of Syd­ney’s Quay restau­rant since 2001, which has been awarded three chef hats for an un­prece­dented 16 con­sec­u­tive years.

At The Cu­rated Plate he will head­line The Le­gends Lunch at Yan­d­ina Sta­tion, along­side Analiese Gre­gory, head chef at Ho­bart’s two-hat­ted Franklin restau­rant.

You can also catch him at The Food Fair, be­ing held at Cot­ton Tree’s Black Swan Park from Au­gust 9-11.

The Food Fair will trans­form Cot­ton

Tree into a thriv­ing hub of mas­ter­classes, chef talks, cook­ing demon­stra­tions and of course, de­li­cious food fea­tur­ing some of the re­gion’s most pop­u­lar pro­duc­ers.

En­try is free if you pre-regis­ter on­line, and once in­side Peter will be joined by a swag of high-pro­file chefs.

Among them is Donato Toce, head chef and part­ner at Gelato Messina.

This is the first time Gelato Messina has been brought to the Coast, and once here they will cre­ate two exclusive desserts in­spired by some of the best lo­cal pro­duce, for food­ies to try.

You can also hear from Dar­ren Robert­son, of The Farm By­ron Bay, and Clay­ton Wells of Syd­ney’s Au­tomata at the Food Fair for a free master­class on Sus­tain­abil­ity and Sourc­ing Lo­cal.

They will cover top­ics such as us­ing trusted sup­pli­ers from your com­mu­nity, sus­tain­abil­ity prac­tices, how sea­sonal pro­duce plays a part in their own restau­rants, and how this ties in with their ex­pe­ri­ence cook­ing at The Cu­rated Plate.

Other chefs to look out for across the fes­ti­val’s line-up of events in­clude Matt Stone (from Vic­to­ria’s Oakridge Es­tate), Troy Rhoades-brown (of the Hunter Val­ley’s Muse), Nelly Robin­son (of Syd­ney’s nel.) and Chase Ko­jima (of Sokyo in Syd­ney).

To pre-regis­ter for the Food Fair or se­cure your place at one of the fes­ti­val’s din­ing ex­pe­ri­ences, visit www.the­cu­rat­ed­

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