Adelaide Show Podcast

by Doc-G on August 5, 2016


Hi everyone. I haven’t gone away despite my hiatus here. I am however spending a lot of time on my food business, promoting the SA food industry through my work as a board member with Food South Australia and developing our next food entrepreneurs through my work with Le Cordon Bleu as a lecturer in Gastronomy.

I did recently have the absolute pleasure of spending a little time with Steve and Nigel from ‘The Adelaide Show‘ podcast where I was the guest along with the lovely Amanda McInerney from Lambs Ear’s and Honey
we spoke about blogging, social media, influencers and the authentic way to cook your oats in the morning!

Feel free to have a listen below.

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