WATCH: Food Revolution Day Song

It’s been described as “triggering,”, “horrifying” and that it “makes Band Aid sound like Tosca”.

But Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day song, which aims to draw attention to the lack of food education available to children, isn’t going away any time soon.

Oliver has been promoting the song as part of Food Revolution Day, and told LBC Radio about the creative process – saying specifically that he didn’t want the song to be “naff”.

He also explained the creative process behind the song, telling how it came to pass that Ed Sheeran, Jazzie B, Professor Green, Paul McCartney and Jamie Cullum came to collaborate on a song with Alesha Dixon and the refrain “we need to feed the kids right through their stomachs and their minds”.

Aussie blokes guaranteed to love Pizza Hut’s latest stuffed crust

AUSTRALIA’S Pizza Hut have revealed their latest creation of stuffed crust and if you’re a proud Aussie bloke your’re guaranteed to love it.

The fast-food chain unveiled the ‘Four’N Twenty Stuffed Crust Pizza’ yesterday, which attempts to mould two popular Aussie foods into one diet-destroying creation.

The meat pie pizza is the latest invention after Pizza Hut tossed out the Vegemite crust pizza earlier this year.


Future of popular 90s restaurant in the dark

SAY goodbye to cheesy bread and all-you-can-eat dessert toppings, popular 90s restaurant Sizzler is in quite a bit of financial strife.

It has been announced that Collins Foods will shut some of its Sizzler restaurants after a $10.4 million loss for the year, compared to a $14 million profit a year ago.

The company says it now regards Sizzler Australia as “non-core” to its strategic growth and it plans to close a limited number of Sizzler restaurants in the 2016 financial year.

“We no longer consider Sizzler to be a strategic growth prospect in Australia and therefore we will not be investing further capital,” said CEO Graham Maxwell.

Online bookmaker Sportsbet has pegged 2017-18 as the most likely date for the final Sizzler restaurant to close.

Kiyomi wins One Hat at Good Food Guide Awards

JUPITERS Hotel & Casino’s Kiyomi restaurant and bar has gained industry recognition claiming a prestigious chef’s hat last night at the 2016 Brisbane Times Good Food Guide Awards.

Having only been opened for 6 months, the cutting-edge Japanese restaurant, which is part of the property’s $345 million transformation, has been incredibly well received by reviewers and diners since opening its doors in December 2014.

Kiyomi’s internationally recognised Restaurant Executive Chef, Chase Kojima, was there to accept the award.

“The concept for Kiyomi was to have a restaurant that Gold Coast locals and visitors would like to come to, and come back to. It needed to be cool and exciting, and have food to match the level of Sokyo in Sydney but with more of a relaxed feel,” said Chase.

“The menu has been crafted around the delicious flavour ‘Umami’ that celebrates unique yet simple combinations which bring the natural flavours of the produce to life.

“I am incredibly humbled that Kiyomi has been recognised for this award and has been so well received by diners since it opened.”

Kiyomi serves a modern, yet distinctly Japanese menu and celebrates the experience of shared dining with an ‘Izakaya-style’ menu and a beverage menu including a wide variety of Japanese tap and bottled beers, sake, shochu cocktails and Japanese whiskies.

Dishes created by Chase for Kiyomi include Scampi with Foie Gras, White Soy, Apple and Mizuna Salad, as well as Binchotan Duck Breast with Beetroot, Sansho Pepper and Wasabi, and Salmon Robata with Ssamjang Miso and Watercress.

Get your foodie fix at Taste of Kingscliff this weekend

FOODIES, the only place you’ll want to be this weekend is at the Taste of Kingscliff food festival.

The 10 day event kicks off on Friday and features a series of food-inspired, family-friendly beach-side events throughout the Tweed Coast.

A must-visit this weekend is Gold Coast Airport Taster which will be held at Salt Village Kingscliff on Saturday and Sunday.

Visitors can taste fresh local produce, treat themselves to local dining experiences and tantalise their senses, Tweed Coast-style.

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