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Meal To Remember

Meal To Remember

Cooking a dish together with family or friends is an opportunity to share stories of our histories or create new ones, together. Cooking is an experience that can take us across oceans and lifetimes to different places and cultures - whether it’s baking a cake or a celebratory pavlova, frying some rice or adding an egg to a barbecued burger – we believe those moments spent together make the food taste better.

Join Australian Eggs’ friends Anna Polyviou, Warren Mendes, Jo Barrett & Matt Stone, Adam Liaw, Julia Busuttil Nishimura and Peter Gilmore as they make a meal to remember with their loved ones.

Cook a meal with Magdalena Roze

Cooking is all about connecting and eating together. Journalist, meteorologist, cookbook author and Byron Bay local Magdalena Roze enjoys cooking with her partner Darren Robertson (from Three Blue Ducks) because she likens him to a human version of 'Google for cooks' that's available to her at all times.

“We love cooking together and collaborating; he’s a trained chef but I think I’ve taught him that dishes don’t have to be complicated to be delicious and that’s why we work so well together in the kitchen at home. I’m always conscious that the food we feed our kids has to be delicious, nutritious and quick to whip up,” says Magdalena.

Check out the YouTube Playlist For more Meal To Remember recipes.

More Delicious Recipes To Cook Together

Behind The Scenes

Warren Mendes enjoying time in the kitchen with his mum

Warren Mendes enjoying time in the kitchen with his mum.

Learning to crack an egg.

Learning to crack an egg.

Celebratory high fives in the kitchen

Celebratory high fives in the kitchen. 

The fun part about cooking with Julia Busuttil Nishimura

The fun part about cooking with Julia Busuttil Nishimura.

Adam Liaw teaching his son Christopher how to cook

Adam Liaw teaching his son Christopher how to cook. 

Peter Gilmore cracking eggs with his son

Peter Gilmore cracking eggs with his son.

Want to see what an egg farm looks like? Take this interactive 360 degree tour to see how eggs are produced in Australia.

Free range farm with two people