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Paul West

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Tasmanian chef Paul West is the host of our new series River Cottage Australia after a nationwide search for the 'Aussie Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall'.

Paul West was born in 1984 in Murrurundi (pop 900) – a small town in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, know as ‘The Crown of the Upper Hunter’.

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How to Build your own Fishing Rig

By Paul West On 9 Jul

The basics of fishing are not hard to master, but it's important to get them right to increase your chances of getting that lucky catch! Follow this step-by-step guide from Paul West to building three basic fishing rigs.

Indigenous Bush Tucker with Noel Butler

By Paul West On 26 Jun

Aboriginals survived for thousands of years as hunters and gatherers; living off the land and using native bush food and wild animals as sources of food. Here we look at the types of bush tucker.

 
 

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Posted by Paul1171Report
The Post below by Muhameed. These schemes are on the FBI's most common fraud list. Please delete that post. It is a bad look on a foodie site. There is no bank in the world that trades Bank Guarantees they are collateral security, they are not a commodity.
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Posted by John1379Report
Gourmet escape. Paul perhaps your not sure of the term gourmet or you don’t understand that when people travel three hours, pay for accommodation and tickets to a dinner they expect something that is perhaps a little above a pub meal. Paul do you really think that slow cooked lamb and a pavlova is anything more than a meal that is prepared most week nights by Australia families. I found the menu uninspiring and lazy, perhaps because you are on television you feel that you don’t need to try and the general public will accept whatever you dish up, well we wont. Try harder, if this is what you think Australia gourmet dinning is you are about 50 years behind the times. How do I get my money back? Or maybe you can come around to my place and I will cook for you at $140 per head. We can have a BBQ and salad.
Posted by Robyn804Report
Would like to know how the warrigal greens were cooked. Love the show looking forward to many more episodes
Posted by Lesley324Report
I just love river cottage. It's so exciting to see how to live sustainably. Looking forward to more recipes and many more episodes.
Posted by Betty111Report
Loved your pies. looked for the recipe but could only see the pastry not the fillings which looked yummy. Is it possible to get them?
Thanks Betty
Posted by Karen20Report
I have made the sour dough starter lm not sure what do I do with the dough
Now each day thanks kaz
Posted by JIm21Report
Have a look at River Cottage Everyday; currently on Lifestyle Food - currently has an episode (ep5?) on Breads and Bread making that explains what to do with your sour dough. It was on today on "River Cottage Everyday". This is where Paul probably got the recipe.

Check out http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/tv/river-cottage-everyday/episodes.aspx for when it may be back on.
Posted by GioReport
Love love love the show..... :-)