Four Kitchens with Colin Fassnidge
  • Monday 17 March 2014
Colin Fassnidge

Sunshine Coast Council libraries invite you to join renowned chef and My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge for an afternoon of wine and cheese at Lake Kawana Community Centre on Friday, March 28 from 5pm.

Hear Colin talk about his debut cookbook, Four Kitchens, his inspiration, food philosophies and his love of cooking. Copies of Four Kitchens will be available for purchase on the evening courtesy of The BookShop at Caloundra.

About Colin Fassnidge

Dublin born and Raymond Blanc trained Colin Fassnidge is the Head Chef at the Four in Hand and part owner of 4Fourteen. He is also a judge on the television show, My Kitchen Rules.

Since arriving in Australia in 1999, he has worked at some of Sydney's most acclaimed restaurants including Liam Tomlin's celebrated Banc. Colin's nose-to-tail philosophy and his diligence for sourcing the best local ingredients has seen him turn the most undesirable off cuts into beautiful, delicious dishes.

About the Book

With vibrant photography and innovative, inspiring recipes for meat, fish, vegetables and desserts, Four Kitchens is about celebrating good eating every day and bringing delicious, quality dishes to the home kitchen.

Dublin-born, My Kitchen Rules guest judge, Colin Fassnidge has quickly established himself as one of Australia's most uniquely talented chefs. His two restaurants, The Four in Hand, and 4Fourteen, have been lauded by customers and critics alike.

In this, his long-awaited debut cookbook, Colin draws together recipes for the most popular dishes from the two restaurants, plus lighter bites from the bar kitchen and barbecue, and dishes from his home kitchen, to create perfect food for any event.

With an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce, strong flavours and the nose-to-tail eating for which he is famous, Colin Fassnidge's food is every bit as exciting and innovative as that of the very best chefs working anywhere in the world today.

Tickets are just $25 per person and bookings are essential for this not-to-be-missed event. Visit council’s library website or call 1300 LIBRARY to book.