Chef Shane Bailey will be cohosting a free culinary workshop ahead of Beef Australia 2018 next week
Chef Shane Bailey will be cohosting a free culinary workshop ahead of Beef Australia 2018 next week Chris Ison ROK190914cfoodfest5

Free culinary workshop to be held next week by celeb chefs

FOR the first time ever, Beef Australia is hosting a free culinary workshop for all chefs and apprentices.

This workshop is designed to help local chefs enhance all things beef on their menus in the lead up to Beef Australia 2018, May 6 - 12.

Beef Australia Celebrity Chef Coordinator Shane Bailey and Australian chef legend Matt Golinski, will be showcasing their skills and techniques in a two hour workshop designed to get the creative juices flowing ahead of the CQ Food Excellence awards.

"We have personally invited over 160 pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants from Rockhampton and surrounds to attend the workshop and take up this great opportunity,” Beef Australia Catering and Functions Coordinator Kelly-Rae Smith said.

"Numbers are limited and it is first in best dressed, anyone who would like to attend must RSVP by February 14, we have already had a great response with spots filling up fast.”

Chefs Shane Bailey and Matt Golinski will be showcasing flavour, appearance, texture and wow factor - all the components to an inspiring, mouth-watering beef culinary delight.

"Australian beef is the best meat on earth and we need to showcase that in the Beef Capital,” Mr Bailey said.

"The prime cuts are great but there is so much more we can put on our menus, the secondary cuts, or as we call them the tasty cuts, can be done low and slow or quick and easy, contain the most flavour, and are better on the budget.

"When visitors come to Rocky they want to eat Beef, so Matt and l plan to show five different cuts such as the Bavette and the hanger in an interactive and fun session.”



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