Kylie Kwong is well known as the proprietor of the celebrated Billy Kwong restaurant in inner-city Sydney, and as a passionate advocate of sustainable food and ethical eating. Her restaurant uses locally grown, organic and biodynamic produce, and was the first climate-friendly restaurant in New South Wales. A long-time supporter of the Slow Food movement and its aims, Kylie runs a stall at Eveleigh Farmers' Market in Sydney and helps to nurture the next generation of cooks through the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation. She has also developed a range of fair trade tableware in conjunction with Oxfam. Kylie is the author of six books - Kylie Kwong's Simple Chinese Cooking Class, It Tastes Better, My China, Simple Chinese Cooking, Heart and Soul and Recipes and Stories - and presenter of three television series that have aired internationally.
A Martha in the making . . . Down Under's homemaking heartthrob. ("Time" magazine) This is an incredible book and it will change the way you cook forever. Kylie is an absolute inspiration! (Jamie Oliver) A Martha in the making . . . Down Unders homemaking heartthrob. ("Time" magazine) A Martha in the making . . . Down Underas homemaking heartthrob. ("Time" magazine)