Ken Sutcliffe

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Ken Sutcliffe

Star of the latest Grill A Celebrity, and one of Australia's favourite TV personalities, Ken Sutcliffe spills the beans for ninemsn FOOD.

Q1. What's your favourite Friday night meal and where will you eat it – home or out?

A1. My favourite Friday night meal is eating out at the local Italian.

Q2. For a romantic night in or out, what's on the menu?

A2. A romantic night would be out at Aria's in the city. (Aria's is a top Sydney restaurant situated on the edge of the harbour.)

Q3. What's your secret indulgence food?

A3. Spanish tapas

Q4. What food couldn't you live without?

A4. Fresh vegetables.

Q5. What's your favourite health food?

A5. Prunes and nectarines.

Q6. If you could have five foods on a dessert island, what would they be?

A6. Fish, beans, pasta, chicken, tomato.

Q7. If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?

A7. Home made vegetable pie.

Q8. What's your favourite restaurant?

A8. Papaya, Cammeray.

Q9. What dish do you wish you could cook really well?

A9. I would like to cook anything well!

Q10. Do you think food and wine matching is over-rated?

A10. Yes.

Q11. What's the most memorable meal you've eaten overseas?

A11. Tapas in Barcelona.

Q12. What food would you quite happily never eat again?

A12. Brains, tonque, liver.

Q13. What's one ingredient you always have in your pantry?

A13. Balsamic oil

Q14. If you could invite three famous people to a dinner party, who would they be?

A14. George Harrison now deceased, Bill Clinton, Aretha Franklin.

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