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Contestant on The Chefs’ Line Season 2 – Indian Cuisine – SBS Cooking Show

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 20, 2018 | Category : Cooking Show, Culture Matters, Filming, Food Industry, Fusion Foods, Health, Home Cooks, Indian Cuisine, Make The Pass, Media, Multicultural Cooking Show, Plant 4 Bowden, Plant Based, Professional Chefs, Sarj, sarjcooking, SBS Cooking Show, Series 2 The Chefs' Line, Television Show, The Chefs' Line, Vegan

Being a contestant on the second series of The Chefs’ Line was both challenging and exciting! I recommend it to anyone who thinks they have food they want to share with a wider audience. This weekly show showcases what multicultural Australia is all about; through each contestants’ own food journey. If...

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Sarj cooking at Bowden Plant4

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 26, 2016 | Category : Busan, Business ideas, China, Dairy free., Demonstrations, Filming, Fusion Foods, Gimhae, Health, Herbei, Ho Chi Minh City, Host families, Hotel Mumbai by Director Anthony Maras Uncategorized, International Schools, Japan, Kansai, Kyoto, My Recipe for Cultural Interchange, Osaka, Seasonal, Shanghai, ShiJiazhuang, South Korea, Students, Vegan, Videos, Vietnam

My journey to publish my book My Recipe for Cultural Interchange and then turning it into a video documentary 6NORTH by filming in Japan, South Korea (Busan), China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore  in 16 days has been both challenging and rewarding. 6NORTH documents a ‘host mother’s’ journey to visit international students...

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REFLECTION 2014/2015

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 13, 2015 | Category : Dairy free., Demonstrations, Events, Food Industry, Fusion Foods, Gluten free, Health, International Schools, Media, My Recipe for Cultural Interchange, Seasonal, Students, Vegan

  Wishing you a great New Year 2015 filled with Happiness, Health and Prosperity! We can only hope that this year improves after such a shockingly awful start with those dreadful bush-fires and their after-effects on people, animals and the land; which reminds me of my segment on bush-fires in my book. I...

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My Home-Made sauces – OGG – Hot Sambal Relish – ‘Peanut-Free Satay’

By: | 2 Comments | On: June 8, 2014 | Category : Business ideas, Cooking tips, Dairy free., Demonstrations, Food Industry, Fusion Foods, Gluten free, Health, My Recipe for Cultural Interchange, New product, Students, Vegan

  Lamb Kofta. 500g minced lamb, 100g my OGG sauce that already has onion, ginger, garlic and salt. Mix well then wrap the meat around a skewer or simply use the non usable part of the Lemon grass stalks that you would normally throw out because the best part of lemon...

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Merry Christmas and A Very Happy New Year 2014

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 25, 2013 | Category : Cooking tips, Events, Health, Hotel Mumbai by Director Anthony Maras Uncategorized, Seasonal

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all, my family, friends and especially my loyal readers, a Very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.  It has been a while since my last post. Somehow life has a way of keeping you busy especially during...

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Hot Sambal Blachan

By: | 8 Comments | On: August 27, 2013 | Category : Business ideas, Demonstrations, Food Industry, Food shopping ideas, Fusion Foods, Health, New product

My 4th product Simply Sarj 'Hot Sambal Blachan' is truly remarkable in it's flavour. In one of the two sambal varieties, it contains shrimp paste (Blachan), while the other is suitable for vegetarians. It can be used for famous Malaysian/Singapore/Indonesian dishes such as Sambal Ikan Bilis (as pictured), Mee Goreng...

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Hot Sambal Relish

By: | 5 Comments | On: August 27, 2013 | Category : Business ideas, Food Industry, Fusion Foods, Health, New product

You may have seen some TV shows where contestants are told to make their own Sambal from scratch. It is a lengthy process and quite hard work, and not as easy as it is sometimes portrayed. Traditionally the ingredients are ground with a mortar and pestle, today that work can...

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My Latest Host Family/Homestay Experience Part 2

By: | 2 Comments | On: August 18, 2013 | Category : Cooking tips, Fusion Foods, Health, International Schools, My Recipe for Cultural Interchange, Parents, Students

I hope you enjoyed Part 1 here’s Part 2.  Just recently I said goodbye to my Japanese student who came to live with us for a week. This study tour from Japan was a small group and the group of students were hand-picked to represent in the best Japanese students...

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