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Monday, July 06, 2009

Good Food & Wine Show Sydney 2009

Oh Manu... oh yes I do!

Yes, I do love good food which is why I can never resist attending the Good Food & Wine Show every year it hits town (I've missed it once in the past 6 years and only because I was overseas at the time).

Even more exciting this year was the receipt of one media pass from Johanna at Stellar*, which not only got me into the Show for free, but also included access to the media lounge and the official Friday morning press conference featuring Gordon Ramsay.

The press conference started at 8.30am, a breakfast spread of coffee, juice, fruit and pastries put on for the waiting media. Lorraine and I parked ourselves next to the gigantic 10kg Channel 7 news camera as we waited for Gordon to arrive. He arrives in a whirl, rattles off a tightly scripted spiel and then races off stage left with no opportunity for questions, only a glimpse of a smile as he ignores a last-ditch question by the Channel 7 news reporter.

You can view my recording of the entire Gordon Ramsay media briefing here.

The best part about an early start? Getting a head-start on the crowds.

On the exhibition room floor at 8.15am Friday

View from above at 8.15am

View from above at 11.30am Friday

More crowds

Lorraine and I were lucky enough to score second row seats to Gordon's first show at 9.30am. He emerged with black electrical tape over his mouth, a joking reference to his recent controversies in Melbourne.

Gordon Ramsay's guarantee his mouth will not get him into trouble

No need to shave tomorrow Gordon?

To his credit, Gordon did apologise to Tracy Grimshaw again, acknowledging that he was rude and he was sorry. He also said if there's one thing he's learnt in Australia, it's "don't mess with the sheilas".

Volunteers don't realise what they're in for

Audience members were quick to volunteer themselves in a bid to win prizes only to realise they're entrapped in an on-stage version of "So You Think You Can Dance".

We watched Gordon cook three dishes: cod and tomato chowder, glazed salmon with spinach and radish salad and poached pears in mulled wine. The cod soup looked particularly amazing, cooked in a fry pan with barley.

Back out amongst the exhibitors, there was plenty of see and taste, including cooking demonstrations featuring a few chefs you might recognise too...

Goan Cuisine chutneys


Absinthe for breakfast? Why not? At a harsh 60%, it's recommended this drink be mixed with sugar syrup and other flavours. I found the flavour still quite harsh though.

Sugar spoon - traditionally used to hold a lump of sugar over a glass
whilst the absinthe is poured over it

Manu gets miked up

As I stood clicking away with photos at the Campbells stand watching Manu Fidel, an older lady sidled up to me and asked "who's that?".

"It's Manu" I said simply.

"Oh MANU." She motioned toward her friend with urgency and whispered "Look, look, it's Manu, it's Manu!" a wide smile spreading across her face.

Manu Fidel

Handmade chocolates from Adora

Chocolate pops from Adora


Campari samples

Pukara Estate olive oil

Chocolate-filled pretzels with rainbow sprinkles from Bretzel

Ben O'Donoghue at Barbeques Galore

Is it just me, or is Ben channelling a little bit of Mark Wahlberg

But I shouldn't tease, because hey, you blog!

Wasabi peas

Cakes from Cake Connoisseur

Caramel macadamia mudcake from Cake Connoisseur

Mini flower cupcakes from Cake Connoisseur

Bread from the Grumpy Baker

Batlow apples

Teabah tea

Authentic Turkish Delight

Green & Black's Organic chocolate

Cupcakes with decorations from Blackwood Lane

The latest taste sensation

Oh yes it's cat food!

...which only reminded me of this media sensation.

Fardoulis Chocolates

Dried fruit and nut samples

Ferrero Rocher and chocolate Christmas tree by Edible Blooms

Whittakers chocolate samples

Matt Moran with fans

Nut clusters from Go Natural

Kimchee samples from the Korea Tourism Organisation

Organic Times chocolates

Organic Times Gems
described as the size of a Skittle, with the chocolate of a Smartie,
the shell of an M&M and all natural fruit flavours and colours

Nespresso coffee pods

I think the guys on the booth got sick of the requests for George Clooney!

Glenn Flood (you may recognise him from episodes of the
Melbourne Fifteen Restaurant by Jame Oliver)
undertakes cooking demonstration at Raw Materials

Cooking paella

Poaching pears

5kg of salted anchovies

SuperMi noodles

Justine Schofield and Gary Mehigan

The most popular show of the day at the BBC Australian Good Food Theatre was undoubtedly the appearance by Gary Mehigan with Masterchef show favourite Justine Schofield. As Gary later recounted in his Celebrity Theatre show, a clamouring horde of hormone-raging male high school students could not get enough of Justine. "Justine! Justine! Look this way! Justine" they chorused with whoops.

Will/did Justine win Masterchef (the final episode was filmed last Thursday)?

Gary and Justine could only feign ignorance and cross their fingers

Following the show, Gary and Justine valiantly spent a good ten minutes posing for photos with excited fans.

Gary poses for photos

Justine is the crowd favourite

Gary signs his autograph for a fan

Ritter Sport chocolate

Donut machine in action

Dilmah Exceptional tea

I love the Rose with French Vanilla version as a post-dinner tea.

Cupcakes from Symphony Fine Food

Decorated cookies from Cookie Couture

Macarons and carousel cake Cookie Couture

Bunny rabbit family of cookies from Cookie Couture

Decorated penguin and elephant gingerbread cookies Cookie Couture

Sparkling honey drinks by Beechworth Honey

The honey ginger version was deliciously intense.

Vitek Vodka Infusions rose with almond and lime

Maple sugar chips from Le Cordon Bleu

Cupcakes by Yaels Cakes of Distinction

Lemon slice samples by Yaels Cakes of Distinction

Cheese samples

Offering samples of Japanese umeshu plum wine

Fresh seafood on display at the Market Pride stand
by the Sydney Fish Market

La Muscadine (Grand Marnier) handmade chocolates

Shiraz chocolate barrels

George Calombaris in the media lounge

I spotted George in the media lounge just before his Masterchef Live appearance in the Celebrity Theatre, and had I known his apparent dislike of all bloggers, perhaps I would've engaged him for a right of reply!

Because apparently George doesn't like bloggers. He can't stand them because they pick on him for licking his knife. Come now, George? Surely you can stand a little bit of heat in the kitchen?

I'm not sure I understand the blanket ban or sweeping disparagement for every single blogger in Australia. Sure he's copped some ribbing but look at how Matt Preston has turned the public's cravat cringe into a fashion statement and eventual utter public endearment.

You can watch George's original comment requesting all bloggers to please leave the theatre in my video footage here (and yes, that's Chocolatesuze giggling beside me)

Why don't you like bloggers, George?

Gary and George are soon joined by Matt Preston...

Matt Preston arrives with a boxful of butter

and Justine Schofield...

Justine helps Gary in the kitchen

Gary drinks the best ever potato thickshake

As per many a Masterchef episode, the highlights of the show come from Matt, including his best attempt at an impromptu food analogy on Gary's cooking, telling us about his "roast beef" and showing the crowd his best food tasting facial expressions. Watch Matt Preston here.

Matt Preston entertains the crowd

Pasta samples made by the Kitchenaid pasta attachment

Tsingtao beer

Palm heart samples - they taste like a mild version of artichokes

Palmitos hearts of palm

The friendly team at Latin Deli

Dude Where's the Food - a cookbook for blokes!

Slicing salami

Marinated chicken samples

Friendliest stall?

Chocolatesuze at The Biscuit Tree

The Biscuit Tree of course. If she wasn't serving customers with handmade biscotti and shortbread, she was roaming the floor being recognised by readers (a new record of 25 fans on Saturday, I hear) or twittering updates and free tickets.

Biscotti and shortbread by The Biscuit Tree

Gluten-free biscotti

I kept Suze company on a late lunch break to the Lindeman's Early Harvest Restaurant, serving all the dishes demonstrated by chefs in the Celebrity Theatre (clever marketing, no?).

All dishes pictured were the sample plates positioned on each counter.

Gordon Ramsay: Cod and tomato chowder $16
includes a glass of Lindemans Early Harvest Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

Gordon Ramsay: Glazed salmon with spinach and radish salad $24
includes a glass of Lindemans Early Harvest Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

Gordon Ramsay: Poached pears in mulled wine $8

Tobie Puttock: Bresaola $16
with parmesan, lemon, horseradish and rye bread
served with a glass of Lindemans Reserve cabernet merlot

Tobie Puttock: Veal osso bucco $24
served with a glass of Lindemans Reserve cabernet merlot

Tobie Puttock: Caramelised brioche with forest berries $8

Alastair McLeod: Antipasto $16
Seared haloumi and salsa rossa, field mushroom bruscetta and
marinated gympie farm goats cheese with pickled beets
served with a glass of Lindemans Early Harvest sparkling

Alastair McLeod: Peppered beef salad $24
with roasted tomatoes, kipfler potatoes and horseradish cream
served with a glass of Lindemans Early Harvest Rose

Alastair McLeod: Chocolate creme brulee $8
with Irish whiskey roasted strawberries and almond biscotti

Matt Moran: Prawn tempura with remoulade sauce $16
served with a glass of Lindemans Early Harvest sparkling

Matt Moran: Chicken saute with chorizo and chickpeas $24
served with a glass of Lindemans Reserve shiraz

Matt Moran: Raspberry tart with champagn sabayon $8

The Gordon Ramsay chef prepares Chocolatesuze's glazed salmon

Gordon Ramsay: Glazed salmon with spinach and radish salad $24
includes a glass of Lindemans Early Harvest Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

We found the salmon a touch overcooked, not so much flaking as peeling off in layers.

And the love is free by blogger Jules Clancy

Finally Suze and I also tracked down Jules Clancy, food blogger and now self-published author with her cook book And the love is free. I couldn't resist buying a signed copy of the book - the recipes look great - and it's a wonderful and heartfelt tribute to her mother June Clancy. Sydneysiders can attend her book launch Sunday July 19, 4pm-8pm at the Tilbury Hotel in Woolloomooloo.

And that's it! The Good Food Show 2009 in 108 photos and 3 videos - a new Grab Your Fork longest post record!

The Good Food & Wine Show was held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre 3-5 July 2009.

Related GrabYourFork posts:
Gordon Ramsay at David Jones Food Hall, Oct 06
Good Food & Wine Show 2008
Good Food & Wine Show 2006
Good Food & Wine Show 2005
Good Food & Wine Show 2004
39 comments - Add some comment love

posted by Helen (Grab Your Fork) on 7/06/2009 01:05:00 am


  • At 7/04/2009 7:53 am, Anonymous Scott Middleton said…

    I went to the Friday after hours session in Sydney and loved it. I decided to skip the masterchef sessions this year. I managed to pickup some fantastic bush salts, gorgeous marinated feta (from way over in the back of the wine section) and some sherwood wine that is just gorgeous.

  • At 7/04/2009 10:18 am, Blogger Simon Leong said…

    that's quite funny about George not liking bloggers. i wonder if he actually has a blog of his own hehe he'll come around eventually i'm sure :-)

  • At 7/04/2009 9:41 pm, Anonymous Scott Middleton said…

    I just wanted to make a correction - the name of the wine is Silkwood not Sherwood.

  • At 7/05/2009 5:21 pm, Blogger Zoe said…

    That big banner suggesting Gary and George were going to "loose" their marbles was frightening. I certainly wouldn't be hanging around to see that...

  • At 7/05/2009 11:52 pm, Anonymous Simon said…

    What, no embedding of the videos?

    Solder on with the photos! Can't wait to see what they're like! :)

  • At 7/06/2009 2:23 am, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Scott - Always a good night if there's good food involved! Glad you had fun and hope you enjoy all your spoils!

    Hi Simon Food Favourites - I'm guessing he doesn't have a blog for some reason! Here's hoping he comes around soon and joins the blogging party!

    Hi Scott - Correction noted :)

    Hi Zoe - lol. I am more than a little frightened by the typo! Eek!

    Hi Simon - 108 photos later... and I was curious to see how many people would view the videos so I disabled embedding to get an indication of click-throughs.

  • At 7/06/2009 5:19 am, Blogger Debzillah said…

    Great post Helen! you know, I spent 3.5 hours in there yesterday and noticed 5 things in your post that I swear werent there :( Fardoulis, for example! Funny how you can wander, thinking you have scoured every last row, and still not find or notice everything. It was still awesome :)

  • At 7/06/2009 6:50 am, Anonymous Simon said…

    Craziness. So much craziness...

    Good work that you made it through it all considering the time frame. Some really nice shots to e.g. Campari bottles.

    Saw the "Dude, Where's the Food" sign. Was going to write up about stalls with unconventional names e.g. "The Really Stuffed Olive Co." but was culled in "editing". Feels strange to say that considering how long mine was.

    Though the love is free, shame the cook book wasn't :P Or perhaps not...

  • At 7/06/2009 7:30 am, Anonymous lili - pikelet & pie said…

    Oh my, great effort! I am sad that I was stupid and didn't buy any of those maple sugar chips.
    It is like George just wants to create a bit of a disturbance, totally agree with you, and licking ones knife makes me cringe!

  • At 7/06/2009 7:37 am, Blogger Forager said…

    Great epic post and very comprehensive coverage of the event! Lucky you to have gotten a backstage pass and a peek at all the celebrity chefs when they're not on show!

  • At 7/06/2009 7:52 am, Blogger Unknown said…

    i love manu - what a spunk.

    i am so sad i have to wait until nov for the brisbane show :(

    i would love to try the absinthe, the tea and the grumpy baker bread...

    that vodka with rose, almond and lime also would be amazing.

    thanks for the great post so that i feel like i'm not totally missing out!

  • At 7/06/2009 8:17 am, Anonymous lance said…

    Thanks for the numerous photos - you always rock! Too bad i couldn't be there due to other events.

  • At 7/06/2009 9:26 am, Blogger OohLookBel said…

    Wow, what an epic, and epic WIN, that is! I loved your videos, as I didn't get to see the Masterchef judges, and it was interesting to hear what they had to say.
    And yeah, I also remembered the cat-food-for-comments scandal but I did score some samples for my cat!

  • At 7/06/2009 11:55 am, Anonymous Veruca Salt said…

    We went on Saturday and had a great day.

    Totally over Gordon but was very excited to see Manu, Gary and my fav, Georgie.

    Was Woody there this year? I miss seeing him do the hammer while flipping drinks.

  • At 7/06/2009 1:48 pm, Anonymous jules said…

    great coverage of the show helen. great to see what I missed out on while I was manning the stand.
    thanks for the plug of my book - really appreciate the support

  • At 7/06/2009 4:05 pm, Anonymous Rilsta said…

    What a great array of photos! You captured the day so well!

    Can I ask a question though? How did you manage to get such good photos of Gordon (and others) up on stage? I know for Gordon you were only seated 2 rows from the front, but I found it too dark to take decent shots! Did you have a tripod? Your pictures seem to be flash free but yet so clear? What kind of lens do you use?

    Sorry about all the questions... I hope you don't mind! :)

  • At 7/06/2009 4:58 pm, Blogger Peter G | Souvlaki For The Soul said…

    Helen, I felt like I was right there! Great pics, footage and reporting. George needs to get some new eating skills...

  • At 7/06/2009 5:41 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Mann looking thru your post just shows me how much I missed during my visit :S but great coverage esp about MC crew hee hee

  • At 7/06/2009 6:55 pm, Anonymous RK said…

    Oh my god what a wonderful blog post! Well done, wish I was there it looks super exciting.

    And I'm also posting some Manu love, he's a champion (and kind of spunky and who doesn't love a man who can cook :D)

  • At 7/06/2009 6:57 pm, Anonymous goosmurf said…

    Thanks for the awesome, epic long post. I couldn't make it so this makes me want to go even more. Next year!

  • At 7/06/2009 7:24 pm, Blogger Chick Pea said…

    Helen, thank you for a fabulous post. Your photos always make me drool.

    I'm surprised Justine from Masterchef was there with Gary and co, that makes me think she must be the winner, otherwise where are the other contestants?

    That's a shame, don't you think?

  • At 7/06/2009 9:02 pm, Anonymous K said…

    no master chefs on sunday!! boo!! hehe.. so just walked around.. saw chocsuze.. did she count me and mr ed as fans too? lol

  • At 7/06/2009 10:23 pm, Blogger panda said…

    this is one awesome post! tops!

    looks like there's a few things i missed but oh well...there's always next year!

    did you do much shopping?

  • At 7/06/2009 11:41 pm, Anonymous LoveFeast Table said…

    Oh My! This was a total feast for the eyes and I couldn't help but think this is how Charlie would've felt the first time he stepped foot in Wonka land! Thanks for sharing! -kristin

  • At 7/07/2009 12:06 am, Anonymous chocolatesuze said…

    dude that was such an epic post! awesome. heh and thanks for the plug!

  • At 7/07/2009 1:37 pm, Anonymous sam said…

    love the pics! the 'dude where's the food' stall is hilarious! :)

    i saw manu too on Sunday.. i was more excited about him than the girl lol

    thanks for a very comprehensive post on the show! :)

  • At 7/07/2009 2:52 pm, Blogger marieeats said…

    I was one of the readers that you met. Chocolate Suze came running to get you. It was cool to finally meet you guys cos i always read your blogs. Grab your fork actually started it for me.

    I was at the Gordon Ramsay show in the morning too. Would have loved to be the person on stage or the lucky one to get freebies. I had the salmon at the lindeman restaurant mine wasnt overcooked so it tasted good. My friend didnt like it said it was too plain squeezing the lemon on top gave it alot of flavour. I missed out on the plum wine.

  • At 7/07/2009 4:03 pm, Anonymous Johanna said…

    Hi Helen,

    Really enjoyed your post. Ahh... it takes me back to the show! Your 108 photos and 3 videos reflects what an epic weekend it was. Looks like you managed to get majority of it covered. Thanks for the great post and look forward to your next. Johanna

  • At 7/08/2009 12:23 am, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Debzillah - Don't worry, I've done the same thing when I've looked at other posts. I spent 7 hours there! lol

    Hi Simon - Thanks. There were lots of quirky names. I like a good sense of humour in a company!

    And hey, maybe if the printing was free... lol

    Hi lili - Don't worry, I didn't buy any maple chips either, although I have a feeling they weren't for sale? Methinks they were just for display?

    I have been known to lick my life but only when I'm on my own and nobody's watching. lol!

    Hi Forager - There was so much to see and do it seemed a shame not to capture as much as I could. I didn't hang out much in the media lounge but in hindsight, maybe I should have! lol

    Hi Tara - Manu is my kinda man indeed :) And November isn't too far away - at least you've got a teaser of the some of the things to expect now!

    Hi Lance - Glad you enjoyed the post. That's what I love about food blogs - you can almost convince yourself you were there :)

    Hi Belle - Thanks. There was so much to see and do, but the Masterchef session was very entertaining, but that's because Matt Preston was up there! He is gold!

    Hi Veruca Salt - Good to hear you enjoyed yourself. I, too, found Gordon a little subdued, and yes, that's what I was saying too - no more Drinks theatre and no Woody. It just wasn't the same without him this year :(

    Hi Jules - Ahh I can only imagine the pain of manning a stall all day when secretly I'd want to be roaming all the other exhibitors.

    And you're welcome. Always happy to support a fellow food blogger, especially one with such great recipes :)

    Hi Rilsta - No probs. I use a Nikon D90 with a 50mm 1.4 lens. The Masterchef show I was in the tiered seating, so a fair way back - all about having a steady hand and taking multiple photos!

    Hi Peter G - Aww thanks. I wish I could've been right there in your kitchen eating that pumpking soup! omg... divine!

    Hi FFichiban - I think everyone missed something. Also depended on what day you went, but oh so much fun.

    Hi RK - Haha, everybody loves Manu! And why not? He's hot, esp in his chef whites!

    Hi goosmurf - I saved you the hassle of all that walking :) But yes, you'll have to get there next year!

    Hi Chick Pea - Aww thank you. We did think it seemed suspicious that Justine was there but apparently on Sat, Chris, Andre and Poh were there? Hard to tell, although everyone has their suspicions... lol

    Hi K - Haha, I got a phone call from Suze as soon as you left! Did you get any end-of-Show bargains?

    Hi Panda - I came away with some stuff but not a huge amount. I'm used to going on the Sunday when everything gets discounted and then I start to go a little crazy!

    Hi LoveFeast Table - haha, there was lots to see and eat. I would love to go to the Confectionary Convention in NYC - I saw pics of them and omg, Willy Wonka or what?!

    Hi Chocolatesuze - It seemed to take forever, but ha, not half as long as you spent baking biscuits last week. lol

    Hi Sam - Do we have the next headline act for next year's Show? Forget the international chefs - I think Manu deserves prime billing!

    Hi Marie Eats - lol. Hello! I admit I'm not quite as used to Suze when it comes to meeting readers but it's always fun!

    Glad that your salmon wasn't overcooked and oh the umeshu plum wine is very "easy drinking". haha. You should be able to get it at larger bottle shops. And thank you for commenting!

    Hi Johanna - Thanks for the VIP pass - such a treat to get access to the media lounge and even having the pass made exhibitors much more accommmodating and helpful with photos. There was so much to see I couldn't help but take so many photos. The 108 photos were actually culled down from over 500!

  • At 7/09/2009 1:30 am, Anonymous divemummy said…

    I feel better hearing that other people including yourself realise they missed seeing different things despite the many hours they spent at the show.

    I thought the Masterchef session was much more entertaining than Gordon Ramsay.

    It was great to finally meet ChocolateSuze.

  • At 7/09/2009 1:51 am, Anonymous divemummy said…

    Oh and top marks for thoroughness and eye for detail.

    I must confess I have a sweet spot for Manu too - and who can resist a sexy accent - I was quite excited when he walked right past me during the Gordon Ramsay show.

  • At 7/09/2009 1:54 am, Anonymous divemummy said…

    Thanks for the links. Never knew Ben O'Donoghue worked with Jamie.

    And that cat PR email was a hoot. I find it quite disturbing actually that so much money is spent on petfood advertising and marketing when there are people who struggle to put food on the table.

  • At 7/13/2009 11:00 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Divemummy - Whoah, three comments in less than 30 minutes. Methinks someone really did enjoy the post! I definitely missed lots of the things at the Show and it's been interesting how there's so much excitement over Manu and Masterchef than the international guest Mr Gordon Ramsay himself!

  • At 7/13/2009 11:02 pm, Anonymous Yas said…

    oh my god, so many things I didn't even find there!! Where were all these cakes?! And this year I made a huge mistake not heading to ATM beforehand! So many stuff I wanted to get, but no cash! :(

    My highlight was Manu. oh Manu.

  • At 7/13/2009 11:18 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Yas - I forget to bring lots of cash too, but you know there's an ATM in the convention centre foyer? Can't remember where but I ducked outside to re-stock the wallet.

    And lol. Manu totally needs to be in the Celebrity Theatre next year! Good Food Show organisers, are you listening?!?

  • At 7/23/2009 6:31 pm, Anonymous Renee C said…

    Yes, we are listening! Manu certainly seems to be a favourite...

  • At 7/23/2009 7:32 pm, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Renee - Woohoo! I hope he does get a slot in the Celebrity Theatre. When he comes out on stage I'm picturing a scene reminiscent of fans greeting the Beatles! Screaming women everywhere!

  • At 8/12/2009 8:44 pm, Anonymous Johanna Garnett said…

    Hi Guys, Came across this wonderful blog and I have to say Sydney Food and Wine so much better than Perth! You have loads more exhibitors and celebrities - I'm jealous! I will twitter about this site to our 'Yum In My Tum - a food festival for junior foodies' - whihc we host in Perth each year - we are heading to Sydney next year and would love some of these people to attend!!!

  • At 8/15/2009 12:44 am, Blogger Helen (Grab Your Fork) said…

    Hi Johanna - I think we are lucky in Sydney to have easy access to a broad range of exhibitors and "celebrities". Good luck with your festival - sounds like a fantastic event.


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