Age: 27 Lives: NT Signature dish: North African inspired marinated shoulder of lamb with couscous salad and saffron yoghurtBill grew up around the beaches of Sydney's Bondi and Bronte and has always loved anything to do with the outdoors.
Signature dish: North African inspired marinated shoulder of lamb with couscous salad
and saffron yoghurt
Bill grew up around the beaches of Sydney's Bondi and Bronte and has always loved anything to do with the outdoors. After completing his HSC he pursued a career in restaurants because they seemed to be great places for his creative output. After travelling around Italy and then living in London for two years he became a self confessed 'foodie' and arrived back in Sydney with a voracious desire to cook good food and eat! He is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the Charles Darwin University. His second great love in life is AFL. He plays footy in Darwin and is a massive fan of the Sydney Swans.
I am Australia's Best BBQ'er because: “Being outside with a handful of mates is right up my alley, and having an audience - albeit a pissed one is loads of fun to entertain. To me the essence of BBQ's is to get together with friends, get happy and positive and celebrate being above ground. I reckon I am Australia's best BBQ'er because I have always loved, and known how to throw, a good shin-dig - as in what to cook, what tunes to play, who to invite and so on. I revel in the pursuit of good living and you can’t beat good food, good music, good people, and lots of booze!”... Read more.
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