Kieron Anderson + Chris Jordan
slq Auditorium 1, level 2, State Library
Country of Focus / Main Festival
#About the event
Duration: 60 minutes
Meet three Indigenous chefs passionate about traditional food revival and local food culture. Monique Fiso, Kieron Anderson and Chris Jordan discuss food as story, recipes and a new food revolution.
Chris Jordan in conversation with Kieron Anderson
Chef, Educator and Artist Kieron Anderson is a proud Quandamooka, Kullilli & Wakka Wakka man. In 2019, he established Yalabin Dining working as “The Quandamooka Chef”. He has become a well known industry professional with experience working with community organisations, government and corporate sectors, travel companies, media outlets and within the executive arena. His knowledge and passion around first nations resources and “raw law” is outstanding and he has travelled across this beautiful country sharing, engaging and creating connections with many who have wished to access and learn from this sacred knowledge.
Chris has been in the Food Industry most of his working life mainly in the Sydney working under renowned chefs Peter Kuravita, Colin Fassindge and most recently Jock Zonfrillo. With his heritage and a love and respect for the earth Three Little Birds spreads a message of positivity and strives to conserve ancient knowledge. Chris’ goal is to work towards a more sustainable future by sharing his love for native food and tips in utilising and making the most of produce with a modern twist. He considers traditional food and knowledge to be an effective weapon in the fight against the environmental issues that Australia faces today.