Our Place

The Fish & Chip Shop

This is the origin story of the humble fish & chip shop. Myf speaks with Veronica Papacosta, who has three generations of seafood history to draw on to tell us about the past, present and future of fish & chips in Australia. We also hear from Elizabeth Chong, the celebrity chef who speaks of how intersecting migrant cultures and an entrepreneurial spirit led to the birth of a unique Australian culinary treat. "A trip to the beach comes with many advantages. A swim, a lie on the sand, and at the end of the day, the prize is usually a warm bundle of mostly yellow fried food wrapped in butcher’s paper handed gingerly over a counter of a fish and chip shop."

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    • Myf Warhurst

      Myf Warhurst is one of Australia’s best-known and loved media personalities, with a career spanning twenty years in radio, television, print and podcast. Holding a Bachelor of Arts (Honors in Fine Art Theory) and Post-Graduate in Art Curatorial Studies, Myf’s passion for music, art and popular culture has made her a trusted household name. Myf's national ABC radio show had a daily broadcast audience of over one million listeners. She helped to launch Double J, has hosted many popular shows on triple j, Triple M and the ABC, and is co-host of the weekly ‘Bang On’ podcast with Zan Rowe. Myf is also the voice of Aunt Trixie on Australia’s most popular, Logie Award-winning, Emmy-nominated cartoon, Bluey.

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