Who’s behind MIAM?

After a few years working in France and abroad as a journalist, a publisher, and in the cultural field, Tourism Australia picked me over 600 000 applicants as a finalist for the Best Jobs in the world competition. After the final, I spent a year traveling and working in this amazing country, spending half of the year in Tasmania, a state that I particularly loved for its people and beautiful landscapes. I went on a 5 days fishing trip on the West coast of Tasmania to write an article about abalone diving for a website… And ended up living with one of the abalone divers who was on the boat!

I decided to come back to France to follow a training at l’école des maîtres crêpiers (Crêpes master school) in Brittany, the region where the crêpes tradition come from. I’ve learnt authentic recipes, techniques and food handling safety rules. I also followed the “I’m Alert” food safety training program developed by Environmental Health Australia. Because now that I’m back to Australia, I want to share with you French tradition and offer you a high quality, tasty and safe food!

Aude

 

Learning the traditional way to cook crepes!

Diploma from the Crepes masters school in Brittany

I’m Alert – food safety training acknowledgment form

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