Pete Evans

Pete loves using Sub-Zero and Wolf Appliances in his New Sydney Kitchen

pete evansFor me, it’s about quality and professionalism. This is what sets Wolf and Sub-Zero apart from the pack. When I’m working in the kitchen I need reliable equipment that delivers superior results every time. It’s also great to have something that’s timeless and iconic, and that’s what Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances deliver in spades.

Pete Evans was born in Melbourne and raised on Australia’s Gold Coast, where he grew up surfing and fishing. After graduating from catering college, Pete became head chef at The Pantry, which opened in Melbourne’s Brighton neighbourhood in 1993.

After successfully establishing that first restaurant, Pete moved to Sydney to help expand the Hugos restaurant group. During his time as the group’s executive chef, Hugos won many awards, including eight "Chef’s Hats" and 21 "Best in Australia Awards".

Pete has cooked for many high-profile events including a royal banquet for the Crown Princess of Denmark, dinners for Elton John and U2 and a gala dinner for 600 in New York City for the 2012 G’Day Australia celebrations.

In 2001, Pete began co-hosting the Lifestyle Channel’s Home show, which ran for five seasons. In a spin-off series, Postcards from Home, Pete travelled the globe spending time with some of the world’s top chefs including Ferran Adriá and René Redzepi. More television shows followed and in 2009, Pete joined Channel 7 as a co-host of the hugely successful My Kitchen Rules, which is now in its fourth season.

Pete’s love of travel and passion for fresh, healthy food has influenced his cooking style. He has published six cookbooks.

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