Adelaide restaurateur Themis Chryssidis launches new radio show


Adelaide restaurateurs Callum Hann and Themis Chryssidis, the duo behind top city venues including Eleven and Olive, will launch a new weekly radio show on FIVEaa.

According to The Advertiser, the hour-long program which start at 10am on Sunday, April 7, will cover all things food, from culinary destinations to recipes and health trends.

Former MasterChef star Hann said they can’t wait to get on-air and share their passion for the SA food scene.

“We’ve been working with the FIVEaa team for many years as guests on various shows, so it’s a significant honour to take it to the next level and have our own show focused entirely on what we love to talk about – food,” he said.

Chryssidis said the new program, On The Menu, would use food to “bring people together, start conversations, evoke memories and take us into the homes and kitchens of some well-known personalities”.

“It’s an incredible opportunity and we are excited to be able to share our passion and experiences with the people of Adelaide,” he said.

The duo co-founded Sprout Cooking School in 2011. Hann and Chryssidis are also presenters on Seven lifestyle show, Discover with RAA Travel.

Source: The Advertiser




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