Meet our Reader of the week: Tarrah Laidman of Kellyville who is a chef at the Urban Graze Cooking School.
Three people I would love to invite to dinner: If I could have 7 people, I would invite Joel (my partner), Escoffier (the grandest chef of all), Seth McFarlane, Charlie Trotter, Heston Blumenthal, Graham Norton & Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters.
The best advice I ever received was: That I could do anything I set my mind to.
The most amazing thing I've ever done is: Won a science fair competition in year 6 and still I am rubbish at maths!
If I was down to my last $10 I would spent it on: A phone call to Canada, to ask for more cash from my folks. I am desperate, not stupid.
My greatest fear is: Getting stuck in a rabbit hole
My fantasy job is: Working with Heston Blumenthal
My favourite phrase is ... That's stupid or that's cool. I need to sort some new phrases out…
If I could travel back in time, I would love to see/meet: Ned Kelly and the gang.
The one thing I will never throw out: My favourite black t-shirts
True love ... sneaks up on you when you least expect it.
My last meal would be: Crispy bacon, foie gras on broiche and a large bottle of a really nice red wine. That should kill me!
My first car was: A Chevy Cavalier, 5 speed manual, black and very cool at the time.
I'm always being asked: Where's your accent from?
My most embarrassing moment was... I am always creating new ones.
What people may not know about me is: Even though I am a chef, I love a good barbequed Hans All American hotdog smothered with American mustard and sour pickles.
Weirdest thing in my glovebox: a paddle pop stick.
My biggest fashion faux pas was: Did you read # 9. Old black t-shirts.
I wish I hadn't: Done cartwheels at midnight on my neighbour's lawn a few years ago on New Year's Eve. I am sure I've injured myself permanently from that.
On my bedside table is: a ceramic turtle.
People say I look like: ?
A movie I think everyone should see: The Terminator. I still love it!
Favourite book as a child: Richard Scary was a favourite when I was quite young. In my teens it was anything by Judy Blume.