Chefs Christmas 2009

About the Show

About the Show

This brand new series of Chefs Christmas takes an insiders look at how 17 of Australia’s top chefs and food personalities celebrate the silly season. There's something for everybody with an array of fantastic Christmas spreads from succulent seafood to indulgent roasts. See what dishes our top foodies prepare and the traditions they observe, whether spending the festive season at home with family or on the road with friends. The series is packed with recipes, reminiscences and entertaining ideas to inspire you, whatever your festive season holds. Chefs Christmas is a celebration of the Christmas spirit through friends, family and food.

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Posted by Debbie114Report
without us they wouldnt be where they are(chefs) now .they should think more of the viewers!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Report
I was just looking at the Cranberry sauce & was glad to see I am not to far off track. Instead what I do is cover dry Cranberry's with Mango juice I have found to be good for thickening & you do not have to add sugar. Juice from bottle does just as good without the mess. Cover Cranberries with juice & simmer untill thickened if still very sweet add a touch of Soya Sauce,touch of Worcestershire Sauce & I like about 1/4 teaspoon of roasted garlic it takes the sweetness edge off the Cranberries.If you don't want it to be lumpy blend while warm.This is handy to dip almost anything with.Zowie Phillips
Posted by Lady MarionReport
I think it's kind of nice and quirky that Chefs don't talk directly to the camera. To my mind, it adds a bit of style to the programme. It's amazing the reactions some people have to something as innocuous as this.
Posted by Vanda6Report
love them all. cooking is a joy, but Maggie Beer stands out, she obviously loves to cook, is always happy and enjoys all foods, good or bad for you
Posted by Patricia98Report
I think Curtis was "not bad" ! Not super pro' but easy to follow recipes and he has a down home feel! I like that with a big family to feed!
Posted by Margot5Report
Love watching Curtis Stone cooking. Great recipes. Thanks
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Posted by Deborah47Report
I come on to this site to enjoy more recipes and ideas for Christmas and my families. I think chefs give a good range of recipes for us to choose from. If you want a specific type of low fat foods, just replace ingredidents with low fat or go onto the Weight Watchers Site. Thanks Chefs for great recipe ideas, entertainment and a Merry Christmas to you all.