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Food writer Anthony Huckstep in conversation with chefs, producers and members of the food industry currently affected by the COVID19 crisis.

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Food writer Anthony Huckstep in conversation with chefs, producers and members of the food industry currently affected by the COVID19 crisis.

    Angie Giannakodakis (Epocha and Elyros) - Anticipation and anxiousness

    Angie Giannakodakis (Epocha and Elyros) - Anticipation and anxiousness

    After the longest lockdown in Australia, Melbourne finally has a date in which restaurants can welcome in guests in again. After trying multiple avenues to keep revenue coming in and hold onto staff Angie Giannakodakis (Epocha and Elyros) is overwhelmed with emotions of joy and anxiousness, and although she knows her team will click into gear to deliver the magic, she's cautious about the long road ahead.

    https://epocha.com.au

    http://elyros.com.au

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    • 38 min
    Kent Nhan (XO Restaurant, Morning Glory) - Got your back

    Kent Nhan (XO Restaurant, Morning Glory) - Got your back

    After putting staff and the local community ahead of the business when the pandemic landed, Kent Nhan (XO Restaurant, Morning Glory) realised that hospitality isn't just about feeding people, its about looking out for everyone - whether they're washing dishes, on the floor or a guest walking through the door. As the industry comes to grips with the impact of the pandemic, As part of the new wave of he's pushing for a new dawn of hospitality where everyone is welcome and looked after too.

    https://www.xo-restaurant.com.au

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    • 37 min
    Michelle Grand - Milkovic (Love.Fish) - Off the hook

    Michelle Grand - Milkovic (Love.Fish) - Off the hook

    After putting everything they own into moving the much-loved local seafood restaurant to the banks of Barangaroo Michelle Grand- Milkovic (Love.Fish) and her husband Michael created one of Australia's most successful seafood restaurants. When the pandemic landed the heavy reliance on tourists and CBD workers, not only meant takeaway was not an option, but put a question mark on the future of their restaurant too.

    https://www.lovefish.com.au

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    • 52 min
    Nathan Norris (Zuni Café, San Francisco) - Land of hope

    Nathan Norris (Zuni Café, San Francisco) - Land of hope

    With the US in the throes of arguably the most important election in its history, and a pandemic that's still threatening the lives of many, the US restaurant sector is in disarray. After helping those in need with food packages, and sending their world-famous wood-fired roast chicken out as takeaway for the very first time Nathan Norris (Zuni Café, San Francisco) has finally re-opened the doors and welcomed in diners at the legendary establishment with a view to not only help facilitate change in his community, but the hospitality industry too.


    http://zunicafe.com

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    • 44 min
    Bethany Finn (Life Care executive Chef) - A new direction

    Bethany Finn (Life Care executive Chef) - A new direction

    After spending seven years building the restaurant and food program for a boutique hotel, the pandemic landed and turned everything Bethany Finn (Lifecare) had created on its head. With a new perspective of what's important the award-winning chef took up an opportunity to step out of her comfort zone and make a difference to the food offering in the aged care sector, and she's more determined than ever.

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    The Crackling with Anthony Huckstep

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    • 33 min
    Al Brown (Depot Eatery & Oyster bar, Federal Delicatessen, Best Ugly Bagels) - A place for everyone

    Al Brown (Depot Eatery & Oyster bar, Federal Delicatessen, Best Ugly Bagels) - A place for everyone

    When the pandemic landed New Zealand embarked on the elimination strategy. After a strict lockdown, society began to open up and with his contemporaries pivoting to takeaway Al Brown (Depot Eatery & Oyster bar, Federal Delicatessen, Best Ugly Bagels) decided to take a step back and see how things unfolded before opening again. Now with his venues open again, his model of dining centred on conviviality and informal but special experiences epitomises where the New Zealand restaurant sector is heading.

    https://albrown.co.nz

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    • 44 min

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