“Food for Thought”

On March 14th I’ll be at Foodbank Victoria cooking for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. It should be a great event and all proceeds go to assisting the amazing work that Foodbank does.

Every year, Foodbank helps distribute 4 million kilograms of food to those in need around Victoria. People affected by bushfires and floods; people living below the poverty line; victims of domestic abuse and many others. The work they do is so important to our society and I’m really glad to be helping out.

If you want a Melbourne Food & Wine Festival event with a difference, please do come along. I’ll be guiding you through some of my favourite dishes using ingredients from Foodbank’s warehouse. We’ll also have the chance to talk a little bit about food security in Australia, which is an issue that’s very important to me.

For more information or to book tickets, head to http://www.foodbankvictoria.org.au.

Hope to see you there!

7 thoughts on ““Food for Thought”

  1. HELLO ADAM, WHERE YOU WRITE FROM VENEZUELA NOW SPREAD THE PROGRAM FOR MASTER CHEF AUSTRALIA FTA, is indescribable PASSIONS OF SENSATION AND WHO HAVE YOU UP ON ME, AND ESPECIALLY YOU, MY FAVORITE.

    TELL YOU THAT FOR MY KITCHEN is detestable, HATE THE KITCHEN CAN SAY BUT? AS EXPLAINED TO SEE MUCH LOVE AUSTRALIA MASTER CHEF COOKING ONLY SEE, SEE WHAT YOUR WONDERFUL ATTITUDES AND SKILLS, NO SATISFACTION I FEEL BETTER OR MORE, GET UP AND PASSION IN A PERSON WHO HATES MAKES SPECIAL COOKING, INFINITELY SPECIAL, DO NOT MORE TO PRAY TO SIT FOR
    HOURS TO GET HOME AND SEE YOUR PERFORMANCE IN THE PROGRAM. TE APPRECIATION. A very strong HUG.

  2. Have you tried the new Malaysian restaurant called “Nonya” located in Chinatown? Heard people raved about it and the hainese chicken??

  3. Very proud of you, mr. Adam Liaw!
    Tonight I’m watching the last episode of Masterchef Australia 2010, broadcasted on Dutch television. You’ve been my favorite from day 1 and I know you’re gonna win, just don’t know yet how. On yesterday’s episode Callum presented his snowball dessert and tonight it’s your turn, with 4 points ahead in score. I think you’re brilliant, inside and out. Quality, heart and soul with very good looks.
    A lot of joy and love from me, here in The Netherlands, wishing to be able to taste one of your dishes one day!
    XxX

  4. Hello Adam.

    I would like an email address / telephone number to get in touch with you to discuss a cooking tour of India.

    Do let me know if you would be interested in something like this.

    Best regards,

    Arjun Rao

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