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At Home and in the Mood - Mangan Luke

At Home and in the Mood

Paperback Published: 1st April 2016
ISBN: 9781742578767
Number Of Pages: 320

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In this, his latest book, Luke emphasizes cooking at home, entertaining, barbecuing, simple foods, snacks, food for the family and friends.

Contains: Healthy natural foods Favorites and new takes Uncomplicated and easy to cook food 130 recipes Every day food such as sandwiches, wraps, pastas and stews. Mood spreads at beginning of each section with anecdotes and quotes.

About the Author

Luke Mangan is one of Australia’s leading chefs and restaurateurs and is highly regarded internationally as a shining example of Australia’s culinary culture.

His career started in Melbourne under Herman Schneider, of ‘Two Faces’ fame.

After completing his training, Luke persuaded Michel Roux of the 3 Michelin starred ‘Waterside Inn’ in London to give him a chance. He believes that working under these great chefs in the early years were the two most important steps he took to learn his craft.

Luke currently owns and operates glass brasserie, Hilton Sydney; mojo by Luke Mangan, Sydney; Salt grill, Hilton Surfers Paradise; Salt grill, Jakarta; Salt grill and Salt tapas & bar, Singapore; Salt and the adjoining World Wine Bar, Tokyo; Salt grill onboard three P&O cruise liners. He is also the consulting chef for Virgin Australia.

While Luke’s restaurants range from casual to fine dining establishments, they share the common thread of Luke’s cooking philosophy – which is to source the finest and freshest local and Australian ingredients and showcase them with a clean and contemporary twist. Luke is renowned for his unexpected creations, which highlight his French classical training and Asian influences, married with simple, fresh, clean flavours. Luke’s cooking aims to enhance and accentuate, rather than mask, the natural taste of the ingredients.

In addition to running ten busy restaurants, Luke has recently expanded his global empire, this time in the Maldives. In collaboration with The Small Maldives Island Co, Luke and his team will be overseeing the entire food and beverage offering for two new island resorts Amilla Fushi and FINOLHU mid-2015; from a fine dining restaurant to wine bars, food store, casual pool side dining, right through to the resorts in-room villa menu.

Luke has written five best-selling cookbooks and his autobiography ‘The Making of a Chef’. He has launched his own range of gourmet products as well as making regular TV appearances, both in Australia and internationally and was recently co-host of 2GB’s Sunday morning Fresh! radio program.

Further testaments to Luke’s excellence are the requests he has received to cook for, including former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Richard Branson, Tom Cruise and at the wedding of Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Princess Mary.

Luke regularly donates his culinary skills to both community and industry organisations to raise money for charity. He supports Camp Quality, Newman’s Own Foundation, Cure The Future and FSHD Global Research Foundation, amongst numerous others.

He is the co-founder of the Appetite for Excellence hospitality awards program which promotes the development of young chefs, waiters and restaurateurs in Australia.

Luke has been presented with a ‘Friend of Australia’ award; the program which is run by Tourism Australia, is extended to a select few, whose outstanding achievements and contributions give them a voice on the world stage, assisting to promote Australia as a travel destination.

From a family of seven boys who grew up in Melbourne, Luke currently lives in Sydney but travels constantly to his restaurants and events around the world.

ISBN: 9781742578767
ISBN-10: 1742578764
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 1st April 2016
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 27.31 x 21.59  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.29

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