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The Food Fight

Quicksand Food

Food culture in Australia is unique and revered. With an abundance of amazing chefs and venues, Australia is on the cutting edge of food culture, globally. Join us as we chat about the realities of the food and hospitality industries. We dive deep into worlds behind the pass, on the farm, or in the office - exploring what makes our food world tick. Hosts Stef Posthuma (Quicksand Food) and Simon Evans (Caveau Restaurant & Night Parrot Bar & Kitchen) chat with a host of industry professionals to lift the lid on all things food. more


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4.3 out of 5 stars from 39 ratings
  • Knowledgeable and interesting!!

    Such an interesting insight into aussie food culture. I learn so much each episode and there is a wide variety of interesting characters interviewed. My favourite part is that you don’t need to be in the industry or a typical “foodie” to enjoy. Love it!

    Apple Podcasts
    courtney grace angel
    Australia2 years ago
  • Necessary Listening!

    Well worth a listen if you are interested in the Australian food scene. Great to hear an alternative voice supporting a range of lesser known industry figures, as well as some of the big players. Always a wide range of topics that delve below the surface. Keep it up boys, love your work!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia2 years ago
  • Ridiculously insightful

    Casually delivered but insanely articulate and sophisticated dialogue about all things hospitality. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Ashley D. O'Neill
    Australia2 years ago
  • Excellent Industry Resource

    Lots of great information and gossip from people within the industry. Nice to have viewpoints from outside the mainstream that are not affected by commercial relationships or bias. Keep it up!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia4 years ago
  • Burns’ cool room

    Hey boys. It was 2013. Couldn’t forget! Andy and I were at Dagwood and I worked the dinner with Brendan! Andy’s not wrong about how full the coolroom was. You literally couldn’t walk in. Brendan would come prep in the mornings before lunch service and the day if he and I prepped from I think like 6am? Was an awesome night I’ll try find some photos

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    Jimi Butcher
    Australia5 years ago

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