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Peter Evans

Celebrity Chef

Born in Melbourne but raised by the beach on Queensland’s Gold Coast, one of the reasons a career as a chef appealed to Peter Evans was the lure of surfing all day and working at night.

After opening his first restaurant, Pantry, in Melbourne’s bay side suburb of Brighton in 1993 with his brother David and his brother’s best friend, Daniel, Pete moved to Sydney in 1996 where the team established Hugo’s in Bondi, Hugo’s Lounge in Kings Cross and Hugo’s Bar Pizza. The latest addition to the group is the waterfront Hugo’s Manly which opened in 2008.

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Pete Evans On Spice In The Kitchen

By Peter EvansOn 22 Mar

Pete Evans looks at how to get the most from your spices.

Winter Noodles & Recipes

By Peter EvansOn 7 Jul

Noodles are just as versatile and satisfying as pasta and are terrific for soaking up the flavour of the sauces they are cooked in or served with.


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Posted by Chantelle227 •10d ago • Report
you are such a fantastic cook what is your favourite recipe.
Posted by Chantelle227 •10d ago • Report
I so want to know more about you and you cooking at home.
Posted by NendyReport
I want to know more about you
Posted by abondigirlReport
Great relaxed cooking Peter. Thank you for sharing so many inspirational ideas which you demonstrate so easily and naturally. Have tried many of your recipes and love watching your TV shows. you are a true Aussie legend who is a hard worker and achiever. We appreciate your efforts and please continue to create at-home culinary successes.
Posted by Charlie15Report
Peter: You have me absolutely spoiled.

When I want a fish recipe I come directly to you.

Love your recipes and the simplicity of them.

Keep them coming!
Posted by Kirrily10Report
One of my favourite chefs!
Posted by Report
Pete, how about showing a bit of compassion to the contestants on MKRs? They are not professional chefs, they are only cooks and they do their best and get that smug look off your face when you tell them that their food is s**t.
Posted by Report
I always laugh when you judges crititise the contestants for using packaged pastry. I have never made my pastry from scratch. I have always used the packaged stuff and most of these cooks who have their own TV shows always says to use packaged pastry as it is more conveninate to use.
Posted by Report
Drunken Noodles? I have never seen a drunk noodle in my entire life yet. It would be very interesting to see one though.
Posted by Jenny281Report
I agree, you he seems get off on it. Sikko! Maybe it's cos he can't cook. People who critisize harshly are usually hopeless at what they are critisizing, it kind of a drag them to the gutter attitude.
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