MATT MORAN [SOLD OUT]
In association with Murdoch Books proudly presents an evening with
to coincide with the release of his new book
Matt Moran’s Australian Food
When : Wed 15th November 2017, 7.30pm
Where: TRUE SOUTH
298 Beach Road Black Rock
Cost: Book & ticket together for just $65
Also includes admission & finger food.
Beverages at bar prices.
Ticket only $45
*Only at time of ticket purchase
**Phone credit card bookings accepted**
Phone: 9589 4638
“I consider myself to be so lucky to have discovered cooking when and where I did, as I’ve been able to witness and be apart of the evolution of Australian food into what it is today: world class, ever-changing and, quite simply, inspiring”
Matt Moran’s Australian Food—COAST + COUNTRY
We are a nation of food obsessives. As a self-professed lucky country, when it comes to local produce, these words couldn’t be more true. When restauranteur Matt Moran first stepped into a commercial kitchen, fish was always sold frozen and lettuce meant iceberg–look how far we have come, Australia! Matt Moran is an eighth generation Australian, fourth generation farmer, and owner of some of Australia’s most awarded and iconic eateries. In his new cookbook, he offers the food he considers the best of Australia. Australian food truly reflects the rich multicultural nature of our society and we are all the better for it. Matt Moran knows good food and this book showcases the best of the best from the paddock to the plate. From a classic slow-roasted lamb shoulder to the best passionfruit cheesecake and even an ode to the truly iconic Tim Tam biscuit, this book is sure to find a home in every Australian kitchen and even beyond our sandy shores.
With over 30 stellar years in the food industry, a plethora of awards to his name and as the tour de force behind some of Australia's most celebrated dining establishments (Aria, Chiswick and North Bondi Fish, to name just a few), it's safe to say that Matt Moran is an Australian food icon. Matt is a regular contributor to food publications globally and he has been a presenter, judge and host on many much-loved Australian and international TV shows. He is currently the co-host of The Great Australian Bake-off (Foxtel) and Family Food Fight (Channel Nine).