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G'day,

 

Chef Bilby here in Sunny Oz , thought i'd check this site out and give it a burl. Chef for 20yrs and now teaching Comm Cookery & Hospitality to Diploma Level in Sydney Australia ( really close to where Nemo lives )

 

Drop me a pm to say g'day or if you have any questions about food or just stuff from Down Under

 

Cheers

 

Bill :)

My posts are different , I speak in cm , Celsius , kilo's and call stuff weird names like Glad Wrap , Bicarb , Capsicum & Gravox . Might take you a little while to get my lingo but we're basically speaking the same language 

 

http://sneakykitchen.com/Glossary/translations.htm

 

Good onya...

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My posts are different , I speak in cm , Celsius , kilo's and call stuff weird names like Glad Wrap , Bicarb , Capsicum & Gravox . Might take you a little while to get my lingo but we're basically speaking the same language 

 

http://sneakykitchen.com/Glossary/translations.htm

 

Good onya...

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G'day, Bill. Australia is one of my favourite places. Got family in Sydney, Canberra, NSW, Melbourne and Perth.

My sister and I alternate each year, she was here this year and I hope to go to Aus next.

I love Sydney and usually book unto either the Hyatt or Pier 1 for a week with amazing harbour views.

I love the restaurants, sooooo much better than my first visit waaaay back in the mists of time!

Feel free to join in on threads you find interesting, or start your own. The articles, blogs, reviews and photography are all worth viewing.

Hope to see you on the boards.
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Welcome man glad to have you. Let us know if you have any questions.

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Nicko 
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Nicko 
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Originally Posted by Ishbel View Post

G'day, Bill. Australia is one of my favourite places. Got family in Sydney, Canberra, NSW, Melbourne and Perth.
My sister and I alternate each year, she was here this year and I hope to go to Aus next.
I love Sydney and usually book unto either the Hyatt or Pier 1 for a week with amazing harbour views.
I love the restaurants, sooooo much better than my first visit waaaay back in the mists of time!
Feel free to join in on threads you find interesting, or start your own. The articles, blogs, reviews and photography are all worth viewing.
Hope to see you on the boards.

 

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Welcome man glad to have you. Let us know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks for the Welcome !!

This seems like a really nice forum there is definitely some good info on here if any of you are in Sydney hit me up with a PM and I'll show you around 

 

Cheers 

My posts are different , I speak in cm , Celsius , kilo's and call stuff weird names like Glad Wrap , Bicarb , Capsicum & Gravox . Might take you a little while to get my lingo but we're basically speaking the same language 

 

http://sneakykitchen.com/Glossary/translations.htm

 

Good onya...

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My posts are different , I speak in cm , Celsius , kilo's and call stuff weird names like Glad Wrap , Bicarb , Capsicum & Gravox . Might take you a little while to get my lingo but we're basically speaking the same language 

 

http://sneakykitchen.com/Glossary/translations.htm

 

Good onya...

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