Three things with Analiese Gregory: ‘Instead of taking souvenirs I buy a knife’

In Guardian Australia’s weekly interview about objects, the white tablecloth chef turned wild cook shares her love of knives and her on-the-go coffee maker

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Four years ago, Analiese Gregory shook things up. After a career spent working as a chef at fine dining restaurants like Paris’s Michelin-starred Le Meurice and Sydney’s Quay, she packed up and moved to a small town in Tasmania.

The idea was to pursue a simpler, more sustainable life – one where she could raise animals and grow her own vegetables, rather than spending 16 hours a day in a commercial kitchen.

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