Camellia Holil (Wildflower, Madalenas) - Generation Next!
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
4d ago
We love celebrating up-and-coming talent at Dirty Linen. Today's guest is recently qualified Perth pastry chef Camellia Holil. After starting her apprenticeship at Rockpool Bar & Grill, Camellia gained experience at Vue de monde in Melbourne and 2am Dessert Bar in Singapore. She's now at Wildflower and Madalenas, two very different West Australian restaurants. We talk about dedication, ambition and what makes a good mentor. Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dirtylinenpodcast Follow Dani Valent https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Follow Rob Locke (Executive Pr ..read more
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Kemal Barut (Tulum, Lezzet Melbourne) - Is hospitality broken?
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
5d ago
Is hospitality broken? We continue asking this big question of people in the industry. Today's guest is Kemal Barut, owner of hatted Turkish restaurant Tulum and 21-year-old neighbourhood bistro Lezzet. What's changed over the years? What would Kem like to see change for the better? And how does he keep upbeat, positive and creative when the economic challenges are so intense? https://www.tulumrestaurant.com.au/ Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dirtylinenpodcast Follow Dani Valent https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Follow Rob Locke (Executive Producer) https ..read more
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Alex Elliot-Howery (Cornersmith) - Is hospitality broken?
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
2w ago
We’re kicking off a new series on Dirty Linen today and we’re asking a big question.  Is hospitality broken? We hope the answer is no. But there’s no doubt that it’s hard. Harder than ever, and as it happens for today’s guest, too hard to keep going. Alex Elliot-Howery and her husband James Grant opened Cornersmith in 2011. It’s been through various iterations over a dozen or so years and in many ways has been a touchstone in the way it’s put ethics and sustainability at the centre of the business. So what’s happening now? https://cornersmith.com.au/ Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram htt ..read more
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The Producers: Ian ‘Herbie’ Hemphill (Herbie’s Spices) - Enthusiastic and endlessly interested
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
2w ago
When you talk about herbs and spices in Australia, it won’t be long before you talk about Ian ‘Herbie’ Hemphill. The co-owner of Herbie’s SpiceS has been immersed in food since he was a small child and he’s built a life and career in flavour that’s been fruitful not just for himself but for all those who have learnt and enjoyed alongside him. Enthusiastic and endlessly interested, Herbie is as adept at chatting about the history of cloves or coriander as he is about how to use them. https://www.herbies.com.au/ Follow The Producers on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/producerspodcast/ Ho ..read more
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (River Cottage) - How To Eat 30 Plants A Week
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
2w ago
English writer, broadcaster and food activist Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has been in the public eye for about 25 years. He came to prominence as the founding host of River Cottage and he’s gone on to write more than a dozen books on food. In recent years, he’s campaigned on numerous food systems issues including ethical meat and obesity. He’s coming to Australia as part of the VIVA health and wellness festival and because he has a new book out, How To Eat 30 Plants A Week. https://www.instagram.com/rivercottagehq Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dirtylinenpodcast ..read more
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The Producers: James Zerella (Gardner’s Bay Farm) - A gardeners life
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
3w ago
After years plying his trade as a chef, James Zerella needed a change but wanted to continue to make a difference in the food industry. It led him to the land where he is part owner of Gardner’s Bay Farm in Southern Tasmania. https://www.gardnersbayfarm.com.au/ Follow The Producers on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/producerspodcast/ Host Dani Valent  https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Host Anthony Huckstep https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/ Executive Producer Rob Locke https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/ LISTEN TO OUR OTHER FOOD PODCASTS https://linktr.ee/Deepi ..read more
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Trisha Greentree (Fratelli Paradiso) - What's it like becoming head chef of an iconic restaurant?
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
3w ago
What's it like becoming head chef of an iconic restaurant? We chat to Trisha Greentree, head chef at Sydney's Fratelli Paradiso, a beloved Italian institution that is owned as much by its regulars as its proprietors. We talk about energy, emotional intelligence, self care and balancing a life outside of the kitchen - especially as a mother - with work in hospitality. https://www.instagram.com/tgreentree/?hl=en http://fratelliparadiso.com/ Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dirtylinenpodcast Follow Dani Valent https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Follow Rob Locke ..read more
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Nerissa Jayasingha (Lankan Tucker) - the breadth and possibilities of Sri Lankan food
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
1M ago
There's a huge Sri Lankan community in Australia but the breadth and possibilities of Sri Lankan food aren't always part of the culinary conversation. We talk to Nerissa Jayasingha about Lankan Tucker, her Sri Lankan-skewed cafe in Brunswick West. How are hoppers and kottu roti melded with Aussie brunch to create an appealing cafe menu? What does lasagne have to do with anything? And pricing! We talk about the challenges of putting the correct value on a cuisine that's often perceived as a cheap feed. https://www.instagram.com/lankantucker/?hl=en Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www ..read more
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Trisha Greentree (Fratelli Paradiso) -
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
1M ago
Trisha Greentree https://www.instagram.com/tgreentree/?hl=en http://fratelliparadiso.com/ Follow Dirty Linen on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dirtylinenpodcast Follow Dani Valent https://www.instagram.com/danivalent Follow Rob Locke (Executive Producer) https://www.instagram.com/foodwinedine/ Follow Huck (Executive Producer) https://www.instagram.com/huckstergram/ LISTEN TO OUR OTHER FOOD PODCASTS https://linktr.ee/DeepintheWeedsNetwork Dirty Linen is a food podcast hosted by Australian journalist Dani Valent. A respected restaurant critic and food industry reporter in her h ..read more
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The Producers: Ann-Marie Monda and Carla Meurs (Holy Goat Cheese) - life choices, connection and commitment
Dirty Linen | A Food Podcast with Dani Valent
by A Deep in the Weeds Production
1M ago
The Producers Podcast visited Holy Goat's Ann-Marie Monda and Carla Meurs in 2021. We sat on the deck at Sutton Grange Farm with their kelpie and a pot of tea, talking about ethics, pathways and - of course - cheese. Like every meeting with these two, it was a conversation with impact, provoking consideration of life choices, connection and commitment. To commemorate, the announcement of Holy Goat's cessation, we re-share this episode. Since 1999, Ann-Marie Monda and Carla Meurs have been nurturing, creating and crafting at Sutton Grange Farm on Dja Dja Wurrung Country near Castlemaine in Vic ..read more
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