Vale Paul Bocuse

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Vale Paul Bocuse

Internationally acclaimed and legendary chef, Paul Bocuse, has passed away aged 91 after suffering from Parkinson's disease for a number of years.

Bocuse died in a room above his restaurant, L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, in Lyon on Saturday January 20.

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Vale Paul Bocuse Original story on foodservicenews.com.au


The round up: Food trends for 2018 Original story on

The round up: Food trends for 2018

Reflecting on 2017, shock value seemed to be the dish of the day. From charcoal ice-cream to super-sized sundaes, deep fried crickets and monster Americana (how did we survive without a coronary?) – it was a year of playful, boundary-pushing trends that really put the fun back into cooking.

Looking forward into 2018, and the focus has shifted into a more holistic health space. Restaurants, cafes, and bars alike are taking a ‘less is more’ approach with smarter ingredients, sustainable practices, and local-oriented producers.

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Steakhouse fined $86,000 for using contaminated plates

A restaurant in Birmingham, England, was fined $86,000 after 14 people suffered food poisoning. It was determined that the cause of the poisoning was found to be the wooden plates the venue was using were not sufficiently cleaned or fit for serving food.

While this story is from England, I have also noted a proliferation of venues using wooden plates here to serve there food. I include this post to keep everyone up to date about this potential issue.

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Steakhouse fined $86,000 for using contaminated plates Original story on hospitalitymagazine.com.au


Cafes paying extra for avocados amid national shortage Original story on 9news.com.au

Cafes paying extra for avocados amid national shortage

The New Year has brought bad news for avocado lovers, with a change in seasons and a delay in the fruit hitting store shelves causing major shortages nationally.

Despite punter demand for avocados currently running at a high, the lack of avocados has seen some cafes reportedly paying three-times the price for the popular food - with boxes reportedly costing up to $89 each.

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