Dining Downunder in the Media

Aussie chefs teach class on cooking with flair
Vic Cherikoff, a visiting Australian celebrity chef from the “Dining Downunder ” cooking show, was on island recently for “Dining Downunder, An Australian Food Festival” held at the Hyatt Regency Guam. Besides creating traditional and contemporary Australian fare during lunch and dinner, Cherikoff also taught a class in Australian cuisine on April 16 in the Hyatt’s Al Dente restaurant.

Aussie cuisine on display at Hyatt
If you’d to like to try out some authentic Australian cuisine, be sure to check out Hyatt Regency’s Dining Down Under Australian Food Festival at La Merienda this week. The festival also features celebrity chefs Benjamin Christie and Vic Cherikoff of the Australian television show Dining Downunder.

Australian festival features celebrity chefs and Aussie fusion cuisine
A little taste of Australia is waiting for you during “Dining Downunder, An Australian Food Festival” at the Hyatt Regency Guam’s La Mirenda restaurant. Visiting Australian celebrity chefs from the “Dining Downunder” cooking show Vic Cherikoff and Benjamin Christie are on Guam, creating traditional and contemporary Australian fare.

Australian festivals brings a new world of flavors
If you’re interested in culinary exotics, the vibrant, unusual flavors from Australia make this a food festival not to be missed.

Cuisine from Dining Downunder™ goes international
A television series featuring native Australian cuisine cooked at iconic Australian locations has recently started on the ABC Asia Pacific network, reaching into approximately 10 million homes across 30 countries.

Great Chowder Cook-Off in Newport this weekend
The cook-off offers all-you-can-eat “chowda” by award-winning chefs representing restaurants and institutional dining facilities throughout the country and across the globe, from Quito’s in Bristol to Dining Downunder in Kingsgrove, Australia.

It’s chowder time again
Outsiders might think the International Schweppes Great Chowder Cook-off is an afternoon of people sampling all-you-can eat two-ounce portions of chowder while they take in the salty sea air and stroll around the Newport Yachting Center. But the real deal is that it’s the longest running chowder championship in the world. And it just happens to draw thousands of people to the island each year.

Sheraton Grand Laguna’s Australian Food Festival
The Australian promotion gained extensive media exposure in the Phuket region with the event being broadcast by Anadaman Phuket News.

Vic Cherikoff