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  1. Hi all, I'd like to introduce you to my daughter's new YouTube channel for kids. We're new to Perth, and based in the Northern suburbs. We're hoping the channel will entertain and educate kids as well as us showcasing our new life in Perth from Amelie's perspective. Here's the link Amélie - Crafts and Fashion If you like it, please give it a thumbs up/subscribe and share. Also any constructive feedback would be appreciated. More content will appear over the coming weeks. Best Regards James
  2. Gary Pepper

    Pastry Chef

    Pastry Chef - Qualified An exciting opportunity now exists for a passionate and professional Pastry Chef to join our dedicated and long serving team in the Roma area. Our client group provides dedicated and enthusiastic professionals the opportunity to further their career in a dynamic and stable company. Over the 30 plus years we have been operating we have built a solid reputation for quality and consistency of both our products and service standard. This position would require the running of our pasty production kitchen. The role involves creative input as well as management of a small team to produce high quality desserts and pastries for all our entire operation. A high level communication skills is important as well as the ability to work as part of a dedicated team and a genuine passion for the industry is imperative. The Role: Work closely with junior staff and You will be responsible for providing ideas and creative menu development, as well as training and management of a small team. Your Profile: We are looking for someone with genuine excitement about pastry and the possibilities with food. You will have experience in training and managing other chefs and apprentices, and have been exposed to a variety of high quality cuisines. Above all you will be keen to learn and committed to achieving the very best. If you are motivated and passionate with a focus on excellence and are comfortable living and working in a rural environment please send a cover letter and CV through this system. PLEASE NOTE : We are an approved business for #457 sponsorship and would be happy to review applications from candidates with the appropriate qualifications and IELTS.
  3. motherof2

    Home baking crisis

    I attempted to make some welsh cakes today and it was an absolute disaster! Back in the UK I, would use white flora, cookeen that kinda thing. My big mistake, here, was to use lard (as the reciopie said). Even when I was making the dough I knew something was wrong as it smelt meaty and this was confirmed when I cooked them :confused: I've looked on line and seen that there is something over here called copha. My only concern is tht is made from coconut oil so will that mean my welsh cakes will taste of coconut? So any suggestions as to what I can use? If successful I'm happy to send you some but I can't guarrentee if they will arrive unbroken :unsure: