The Australian Wooden Boat Festival Kitchen Theatre



The Australian Wooden Boat festival is on next weekend 10th to 13th February, it is a brilliant festival on the Hobart waterfront, you can find out more information about the festival here:


I am cooking in the Tasmanian Seafood Industry SEAFOOD MARQUEE promoting the message EAT MORE SEAFOOD I am in the Kitchen theatre for 3 sessions over the 4 days, it is a exciting program of coooking with some great chefs and producers including chefs from Mures, Petuna, Tassal, Huon Aquaculture, Bangor shed, Spring Bay, Smolt, Tetsuya, yes that’s correct TETSUYA!!!! I can not wait to see him too!! Tetsuya is cooking a masterclass with Rodney Dunn, there will also be craypot making, Dutch fish smoking and the Industry display area where I will have my books. All the sessions are free to watch and some even include tastings with matched wines by Wine Tasmanian, It is going to be excellent and I hope to see you there!

If you want to see my sessions I am on:

Saturday 11th 6 pm

I am cooking recipes from Seafood Everyday, recipes for busy families to incorporate into weeknight meal planning. I will cook my delicious but super easy Morrocan fish stew, my creamy fish chowder that everyone loves and fish spring rolls that are packed with vegies and a hit with the kids!

Sunday the 12th 12 noon

I am cooking for the scallop fisheries association recipes from Seafood Everyday, Scallops in bacon with spicy tomato sauce & scallops in garlic butter and hollandaise

Sunday 12th at 2pm

I am cooking for TASSAL recipes from Seafood Everyday, salmon rashers with French toast and maple syrup (photo at top), smoked salmon with a pink eye potato salad and salmon poached in a cream thyme sauce



I will be cooking this super easy family favourite- Moroccan Fish Stew


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