«Andy Cooks»

«Andy Cooks»

«Andy Cooks»



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So you want to know a little more about me? I grew up in New Zealand. I think I was about 3 years old when I first put on an apron and started helping my mum in the kitchen. I was a terrible student. So, I unenrolled myself from school in year 10 and enrolled myself into chef school. Fast forward to now, I have cooked in some great restaurants in Auckland, London, Sydney and Melbourne. I also spent time in the business-side of hospitality, managing restaurants, cafes and bars in airports and mucking around with great Australian beef and lamb in a test kitchen. It’s a pretty incredible thing to be able to share what I cook with so many people now. I appreciate you all and love when you comment, ask questions and request your favourite dish. I have some pretty big goals for my food content, especially my YouTube channel. Andy x

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