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  Current Issue, Autumn 2014 Edition  
 

Food Companion International

Bigger, brighter AUTUMN ISSUE OUT NOW!! Created for busy epicureans and chefs and their creativity and contributions to the local and international culinary scene and willingness to share their passion for good food. No matter how many books you read or lectures you attend, there's always something new to discover. Read our E-MAGAZINE in a turn-the-page, easily downloadable format, word for word - BY CLICKING ON PUBLICATION NOW. Food Companion International Magazine - Highly Commended "Best Professional Food Journal" THE VITTORIA AUSTRALIAN FOOD WRITERS' AWARDS 2001 An initiative of the Australian Association of Food Professionals [formerly Food Media Club Australia Inc]Reminder: NEXT EXECUTIVE CHEFS CLUB EVENT AT SWISSOTEL, SYDNEY May 2014. Bon vivant!
 
   
Etihad Airways seeking top flight chefs for in the sky
 
Editors note by Mel Nathan
 
Editors note by Mel Nathan
 
The world is a stage; however none of the downbeat news of the world stops food writers and chefs from finding notable ways to celebrate, maybe with a magazine like ours.
 
Designed for busy people, we hope this journal will give you a laugh, make your day an easier one, based on stories from the local and international scene with food and chefs.
 
May we introduce Bill Ranken "The Best in the Business"... who will be taking happy snaps of the parties and players.
 
Culinary regards,
Editor
Mel Nathan
 
 
NEWS FOOD AND PEOPLE
Socials pix by Bill Ranken
 
We've been to some marvelous parties!
 
I will attempt to keep you in touch with whatever's in and whatever's out and who's who in town with our chefs and restaurateurs.
 
I haven't yet been to the opening of an envelope yet, but I prepared to open one that has an exciting invitation. Mind you I did once go to the opening of a door but that's another story.
 
Older I may be but not yet jaded and am for ever wondering into the night looking for yet another event. Sydney is the party city and on the social round I could attend anything from a boxing match to the opening of a bordello and in between the occasional glamorous soiree with the A-list!
 
Over the years, I have seen many of the high flyers come crashing down, only to raise phoenix like some years later with another new exciting venture.
 
Fortunately Sydney is a rich tapestry and it still produces numbers of glamorous and beautiful people, sprinkled with visiting superstars. Which makes the Emerald city still one of the most interesting spots on the planet?
  
Culinary regards,
 
Bill Ranken
Social Snapper