Cooking with Substitutes
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Presenter: Sarah Gray & Courtney Roulston
Cooking with Substitutes.
Join Sarah Gray & Courtney Roulston as they cook along with substitutes. Courtney has created a beautiful Coles Wellness Road Brown Rice Chia Noodle Lamb Lemongrass Stir Fry as Sarah cooks alongside her substituting ingredients for Bella’s allergies.
Courtney’s Recipe can be found here.
About Sarah Gray
Sarah Gray is the President and Founder of ausEE Inc., Australia’s peak national support and patient advocacy organisation representing Australians living with eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders. She has two daughters, the eldest, Bella, was diagnosed with eosinophilic oesophagitis at 18 months of age and was the catalyst for forming the charity, ausEE Inc. in 2009. Sarah is dedicated to ausEE’s mission to improve lives affected by eosinophilic disorders through providing support, evidence-based information, resources and campaigning to raise awareness and funds for further research in Australia.
About Courtney Roulston
Courtney Roulston first rose to fame after finishing as a finalist in Series 2 of MasterChef Australia 2010. Between 2011-2020 Courtney worked as the Head Chef for the Sydney Swans AFL Team, cooking for the players and working closely with the team dietician to create wholesome meals for over 80 players and support staff.
For over a decade, Courtney has proudly represented Coles Supermarkets as an Ambassador, which involves participating in various events, media appearances and catering jobs scattered all over Australia. Having participated in Masterchef Season 12 (All Stars Back to Win), Courtney now hosts the very popular Network Ten cooking Series ‘Farm to Fork’ which focuses on Aussie farmers and Seasonal Produce.