Presented by Norco


Eat the Street brings you a unique opportunity to see some true culinary masters at work.Throughout the day, guest chefs will take to the Cooking Stage to present some fascinating and inspiring demonstrations


Master of Ceremonies
Adele Wessell

Adele is Associate Professor of History at Southern Cross University. Adele teaches Masters in Gastronomic Tourism and her research area is in the field of food studies. Engaging, informative and knowledgeable on all thing’s food related we welcome back Adele as MC.

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Danielle Davidson


Join our Love Food Hate Waste Chef, Danielle Davidson as she whips up delicious street food using common leftover ingredients. Be inspired to make the most of the food you have, eat better, waste less and save money. Chef Danie runs her own catering and cake making business, and until recently owned (and was Head Chef) at Fat Belly Kaf in Brunswick Heads. She specialises in Mediterranean food and loves to cook with locally sourced ingredients. Chef Danie has 3 children, so is aware of the pressures of planning healthy family meals to suit all appetites and diets, that are time, resource efficient and waste less.

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Carly Lovemore Fermentary


Lovemore Fermentary will take you through their Kraut and Lacto Fermentation workshop, tasting competition for the culture shy and tasty af tips for incorporating fermented foods into your best life.
Lovemore owner Carly and talent Megan are both self-taught creative kitchen witches with a love for preparing wholesome comfort food that celebrates, preserves and pickles the abundance of the Northern Rivers.

Terase Davidson

Terase Davidson & Simon Jones


Terase Davidson, chef and founder of Taste Byron Bay is teaming up with Simon Jones, Executive Chef at Elements of Byron for this year’s Eat the Street cooking demonstration stage. Simon and Terase are both passionate advocates for local farmers and producers both here in the Northern Rivers region and across Australia.  They are well known for creating flavour driven menus that reflect the changing seasons and showcase the diverse range of produce available locally. Terase and Simon bring their collective talents together at this years Eat the Street Festival and can’t wait to see what delicious local flavour combinations they bring to the cooking demonstration stage!

Jennica Casilagan

Jennica Casilagan & Steve Kreig


Jennica is an apprentice Chef at La Baracca Espresso Bar & Trattoria a mainstay on the Lismore eating scene and one of the Eat the Streets Progressive dinner stops. Jennica is joined on stage by owner Steve Kreig. Jennica is in her first year of the Certificate 3 at Wollongbar TAFE and is passionate about food, creativity, the industry and following in the footsteps of her Filipino grandfather who was a chef. Steve is passionate about training our local people and giving them opportunities and wants to showcase our home-grown upcoming talent and increase the industry capacity in Lismore.


Guest Chef - Georgia Barnes


Georgia Barnes is a professional cook, nutritionist and food educator. Determined to inspire everyday people to cook from scratch and to see the beauty in real food, the 32 year old kick started her career in the food industry after placing runner-up on MasterChef Australia in 2015. Known throughout the series for her creative-flair, delicious desserts and plating skills, Georgia’s warm and bubbly persona made her a household favourite. Since her television debut, Georgia now combines her nutritional knowledge


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Adele Wessell



Danielle Davidson


Carly Lovemore Fermentary


Terase Davidson &
Simon Jones


Jennica Casilagan &

Steve Kreig


Cook Off Challenge

MP, Janelle Saffin versus

Vice President (Global) SCU
Monty Singh


Georgia Barnes


People's Choice Winner

to be announced

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Simon Jones


Image: Ashley Jones