Jackie M

JACKIE M

With a no-holds barred approach to Malaysian cooking, and quite possibly the most extensive and varied repertoire of Malaysian street food found anywhere in the world, Jackie M has been sharing her passion for Malaysian cuisine with Australians for nearly 15 years.

Known for her platinum pixie-cut and no-nonsense attitude, Jackie is one of the foremost experts in the ancient techniques and classic flavours of Malaysian cooking; putting theory into practice on a daily basis and serving up some of the most authentic Malaysian food you’ll ever have the pleasure of experiencing. In 2001 Jackie made the life-changing decision to ditch her IT career and follow in the footsteps of her street-food vendor parents and hasn’t looked back since.

Recreating the complex flavours that defined the cuisine of her childhood and expanding her repertoire exponentially through fastidious research – and plenty of trial and error – Jackie M was a regular feature at farmers’ markets around Sydney through most of the noughties. Jackie opened her eponymous restaurant in 2006 and, since making the decision to close in 2012 has turned her focus to celebrity chef cooking demonstrations, food festivals, presenting and publishing.

Jackie M has a desire to bring global recognition to the vibrant food scene that makes Malaysia so unique and bring Malaysian street food into kitchens across Australia. She is equally proud of her country of birth, Malaysia, her adopted country of Australia and her Hakka-Chinese descent. Jackie also has a keen interest in languages, speaking eight at last count.

Jackie is the 2nd most followed Google+ account in Australia with a following of 1.5 million users.


Chef Adam Massimo

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Chef Adam Massimo is a fun and lively individual who has a joyful outlook on life. He constantly travels around the world to expand his food knowledge which has made him a very unique sought after chef.

Adam spent years as an elite private chef service that specialised in delivering the best boutique dining experiences for his VIP clients around the world. He has consulted and prepared meals for some of the world’s most discerning individuals; from elected officials, to top ranking sports personalities and members of the top 100 rich list; where Adam provided them with a kaleidoscope of mouth-watering flavour’s.

Adam has very strong Christian beliefs and is always giving back to the community in the form of catering for the homeless and mentoring younger junior chefs. His personal philosophy is to help develop cultural knowledge of traditional Italian cooking and the ability to produce great but simple food everyday.


Domesblissity

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Domesblissity is a family friendly blog focused on teaching you how to lead a frugal and fun lifestyle with your family. Anne blogs about various topics including but not limited to; keeping house, fast and frugal recipes, simple living tips and her family’s life.

Domesblissity is your guide to a harmonious & frugal family life.

Comments:
“This is so good it is dangerous! I am going to close my eyes and pretend I didn’t just read this!”


Noodlies

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Noodlies a Sydney food blog is less about sausage rolls and more about Vietnamese fresh rolls (goi cuon). Based in Cabramatta, Thang Ngo has made it his mission to report on restaurants and eateries in order to uncover authentic, culturally diverse food around Sydney.

Noodlies has been featured in the media on countless occasions over the last few years, such as; SBS Featured Foodie (2010), being one of the judges on Junior Masterchef Australia (2011), Good Weekend Magazine (2012), ABC Radio (2013), The Sunday Telegraph (2013),

Comments:
“Embedded in Cabramatta in Sydney’s culturally diverse south-west, Thang Ngo reports on popular restaurants as well as hole-in-the-wall eateries which still serve exciting authentic food. Vietnamese, Chinese, Lao, Thai, Cambodian, Iraqi, Lebanese, Italian, Chilean, Korean… he’s eaten, blogged, and lived to tell the tale.” - SBS


Bizzy Lizzy’s Good Things

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Liz is one of the most important figures in the Australian cooking world with more prizes than you can count (she can count them though). She’s an excellent writer, featured in important magazines like “Stop Hunger, Start Cooking” and “Vegetarian Cookbook”, columnist at The Canberra Chronicle for 10 years and winner of the South Australian Writers’ Centre Food Blog food writing competition 2013.

She always had a thing for cooking, ever since she was little, as she states on her website. She learned a lot from her mother and now she likes giving something back to the community, but there’s much more to it. With over a reach of over 4 million users via Triberr and an Alexa ranking of number one food blogger in the ACT, we can definitely say that she has a strong fan base. The fans were attracted by her extraordinary recipes, tips and tricks about home cook meals. Everything is done using fresh and seasonal products and nothing goes to waste. She brings together a mixture of people, like housewives who just want to learn how to cook, but also chefs or journalist who adore her incredible skills.

Comment:
“Bizzy Lizzy’s Good Things is a treasure trove of knowledge for both the expert and amateur foodie.” –
Sumptuous magazine


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