Motivational, Business, Lifestyle | Food & Wine
Instantly recognisable with his warm smile and topknot, 36-year-old SBS ‘Destination Flavour’ host and ‘MasterChef’ series 2 winner Adam Liaw has carved out a niche for himself as one of Australia’s favourite new cooks and commentators. His talent for creating Asian-inspired dishes with clean, fresh flavours also translates to print, and his best-selling 2010 cookbook, Two Asian Kitchens, was called ‘thoughtful and beautiful’ by The Sydney Morning Herald.
Critics and fans have also loved his second book, Asian After Work and 3rd book Adam’s Big Pot, with great reviews and strong sales. Articulate and witty, Adam always brings his own unique perspective to everything he does. His popular food and culture column for The Wall Street Journal’s Scene Asia gives him yet another outlet to express himself. His sense of humour and regular musings on Twitter won him a spot on PopSugar’s list of ‘Top-20 most entertaining celebrities to follow in 2012’.
Television: ‘Host of Destination Flavour: Japan’ SBS Television 2013, Co-host of ‘Destination Flavour’ SBS Television 2012, ‘MasterChef Australia’ Series 2 Network 10 2010. Regular appearances across Australian morning Television programs.
Publishing: Asian After Work 2013 Hachette Publishing, Two Asian Kitchens 2010 Random House
Appearances: Good Food and Wine Shows Australia and South Africa, MasterChef Live, Noosa Food and Wine Festival. Corporate appearances Australia wide.
Column: Regular blog contributor for online Wall St Journal, Scene Asia.