High Tea Melbourne

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Akuc Issac Chol

Born in Sudan to an Eritrean mother and South Sudanese father, Akuc is the eldest girl of 11 children. Akuc attended an Arabic school and now speaks five different languages. One of her greatest challenges was arriving in Australia as a teenager and having to attend school without knowing the language and how to read or write.

Her greatest influence is her mother, who fled Eritrea on foot, joined her husband’s tribe in Sudan without knowing the language, then brought her children up on her own with very little support.

Akuc studied commercial cookery at TAFE before beginning her apprenticeship at Spice Temple, where Neil Perry rated her among the best junior talents across all his kitchens. She finished her apprenticeship at Lochiel House in the Blue Mountains.

Akuc is working on her own range of hot chilli sauces and dreams of opening a home-style African restaurant where her mum, aunties and sisters would work and where people would feel happy as soon as they walked in. “I want to stay connected to the cooking traditions from Africa.”

Akuc recently appeared on Channel Ten’s ‘Masterchef The Professionals’. We are pleased to have her as a Personal Chef.

Anabelle Rivers

Anabelle spent the 10 years after leaving school travelling and cooking all over the world, as well as running a highly successful catering and event company in Sydney. Now Annabelle has relocated to settle close to her family in the picturesque snowy mountains of New South Wales.

Anabelle is a huge advocate of only using seasonal, locally sourced produce and she loves to cook fresh, delicious and healthy food. This keeps the menu changing in tune with the seasons.

Anabelle’s generous approach to life and food, combined with her wicked sense of humour, make here the perfect personal chef to cater for a lodge of skiers hungry from a hard day on the mountain.

Her passion is to create food that nurtures the soul but also satisfies any appetite. Her diligent approach to her craft ensures that everything that comes from her kitchen is prepared with love and care, and is always up to the most deliciously high standard.

Anabelle was Madonna’s personal chef for 6 months on her “Who’s That Girl” tour back in the 90’s – through Eastern Europe and South America – and also made afternoon tea for Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace in 1993, so you’re in good hands!

Anabelle can cater for lodges and private accommodation in the New South Wales snow resorts: Perisher, Thredbo, Charlotte Pass and Selwyn Snowfields as well as Cooma and Jindabyne.

What an amazing night! Enormous thanks to Christian! Not only was his food completely delicious, but he was totally relaxed and made the whole experience incredibly easy. Everyone raved about the night – it was a first for all of our guests. One of them even said, “I forgot I was at your house.”

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Kristy (NSW)

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