WA’s Signature Dish is one way the State Government supports WA’s $20b agriculture and food sector
As part of her prize, amateur foodie Rhiannon Birch, of Coorow, is undertaking a two-day mentorship with Mr Brahimi, one of the three high-profile competition judges, at his Perth restaurant Bistro Guillaume, with accommodation provided by Crown Perth.
“WA’s Signature Dish attracted significant interest from amateur cooks throughout WA and the support of chefs interested in promoting quality, local produce,” Mr Baston said.
Announced on WA Day in June this year, Ms Birch’s winning dish of lamb cutlets with a lupin-based crust, accompanied by a sweet potato salad with Moroccan flavours displayed fresh, high-quality local produce
Ms Birch said she was thrilled to have the opportunity to work in a commercial kitchen with such an experienced professional chef.
“We really are spoilt for choice in this beautiful State of ours with such an abundance of fresh, high-quality produce.”
To read this media release from the Media Statements website of the Government of Western Australian click here.
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