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Good Food Month Sydney chef Jason Neroni speaks about all things food

Sydney Good Food Month burger

Sydney Good Food Month is here and to celebrate, we had a chat with international food talent Jason Neroni from Rose Café in Venice Beach in LA who is doing the California Soul event with Monty Kulodrovic from Icebergs.  About food, style and Sydney, Jason Neroni has always been curious to come to Australia, and was just looking for an the right opportunity to work with chefs from Australia. He says he loves to travel and explore, and thinks that Sydney Good Food Month is an amazing opportunity and that’s the reason alone why he jumped on board. Couple that with his enthusiasm for Californian sensibility, Neroni says that LA is a melting pot of diversity and culture and it reflects on the food they have there. There’s a broad spectrum of techniques and influences that differs them from everyone else. And, Sydney being Sydney, it’s probably going down a treat. Neroni’s favourite thing about SoCal food is that it has the ability to have everything from sushi to tacos to ramen, and they are all really, really good, he says. What we can look forward to from Neroni this Good Food Month?  “There’s a couple of dishes on the menu I’ve created for Sydney Good Food Month – the oxtail croquettes, and the tartare (Tasmanian ocean trout with pickled mustard seeds, salami oil and chives) have been  signature dishes in my restaurant, and have received praises from a New York Times Food Critic,” he says. See more about the Sydney Good Food Month at their website.

These are the culinary women in food you need to know this Sydney Good Food Month 2018

Salopian Inn lamb

Sydney Good Food Month is almost upon us again – and if previous years are anything to go by, it’s going to be good. As usual, the spread is put on by Citi and will celebrate 20 years of unforgettable food events this October 2018. The flavour-packed, talent-filled program is all about influential chefs and restaurants that have helped shape Australia’s culinary landscape and the talent that will define its bright and exciting future. You can get tickets here. There’s a whole bunch of stuff happening this year all over the city, like the 20th Birthday with Sydney Greats at 6:30pm on Thursday 4 October. With the influential chefs who hold a very special place in Sydney’s heart like Australian dining legends Christine Manfield (Paramount, Universal); Neil Perry (Rockpool, Spice Temple) and Ross Lusted (The Bridge Room), it’s going to be good. And when it comes to the ladies, the Culinary Women of Influence event 6:30pm, Thursday 18 October. You can celebrate some of Australia’s incredible culinary women of influence with a three-course dinner created by Alia Glorie, head chef of hatted Perth institution Billie H, Alanna Sapwell from Saint Peter in Sydney, and Karena Armstrong from The Salopian Inn in McLaren Vale. Hosted by Momofuku Seiobo’s talented General Manager, Kylie Javier-Ashton. “I love the fact that we’re beginning to build our own Australian culinary identity,” says Kylie Javier-Ashton from Momofuku Seibo. “In a world where information is instant and limitless, and cultures everywhere are being blended and blurred, it’s ironic to feel like we… Read More

Good Food Month Sydney turned 20 and looks more delicious than ever

Good Food Month Sydney cake

Just after Melbourne was treated to its own Good Food Month Melbourne, and Canberra celebrated Good Food Month Canberra, at last it’s Sydney’s turn with the return for the 20th year, of Good Food Month Sydney! As usual, along with Citi, the city of Sydney will celebrate 20 years of unforgettable food events this October. The flavour-packed, talent-filled program shines a light on the influential chefs and restaurants that have helped shape Australia’s culinary landscape and the talent that will define its bright and exciting future. This year, they’re taking a retrospective look at how the local and international dining scene has developed over the last 20 years, celebrating the chefs, dishes and restaurants that paved the way and stood the test of time. Hyde Park Palms is a returning pop-up restaurant often associated with Good Food Month Sydney and can be found in the heart of Hyde Park North from 4-21 October. It’s a custom-made Palm Springs-inspired restaurant will play host to conversations with Australian culinary masters Neil Perry, Bill Granger, Christine Manfield, Stephanie Alexander and Ross Lusted. The renowned Sydney Night Noodle Markets will be back, too, starting on 4 October. It will be populated this year by the likes of Gelato Messina, Hoy Pinoy, The Original Korean Twist Potato, Mr Bao, Shallot Thai, Donburi Station, Waffleland, Wonderbao, Donut Papi, Eat Fuh, Puffle, Poklol, Chat Thai, Teppanyaki Noodle, The Wagyu, May’s Malaysian Hawker, Bangkok Street Food, Black Star Pastry, Satay Brothers McHenry Avenue, Grumpy G’s Kitchen, Chinese Dim Sum King, N2 Extreme Gelato,… Read More