in the media
Sharing her new and classic recipes, entertaining and styling tips and tricks, as well as her inspiring story into the food writing industry, Donna has been featured in a growing list of local and international magazine articles.
Food stylist and author Donna Hay seeks joy and adventure in an enticing ‘last meal’ to savour.
The Living Argentina team visited Australia to complete a special dossier on people who inspire in this part of the world. Donna was privileged to be selected as one of the participants for the special feature and enjoyed sharing her love of Australia.
Standing at the pristine white kitchen bench, saucepans bubbling away while delicious scents fill the air and tantalise tastebuds, Donna Hay is the picture of professionalism. We’re at Palm Beach in Sydney, on the set of of her new special A Donna Hay Christmas.
Donna Hay is naked. Not literally; she is, in fact, dressed in designer pieces from head to toe. But in her estimation she is indeed naked; there is not a whisk nor saucepan in sight and she is feeling rather exposed without them.
Sydney seems to have become the summer residence of world ‘art de vivre’, and this is in no small part due to the influence of the former food stylist turned queen of lifestyle magazines.
Top-selling cookbook author Donna Hay is full of fresh ideas, among them a new dinnerware range and a world-ﬁrst packet mix.
After years of producing best-selling cookbooks, Donna Hay finally has a television show to call her own. Donna Hay – fast, fresh, simple. is a 13-episode series premiering on The LifeStyle Channel this month.
It’s hard to imagine a kitchen in modern Australia that hasn’t turned out a Donna Hay recipe. Whether you own one of her cookbooks, collect her beautiful magazines or simply tear out her weekly sunday magazine column, ‘doing a Donna’ has now entered our culinary lexicon.
donna on oprah
Oprah asked Donna to cook up a feast for her 2010 visit to Sydney.
It’s like working in a kindergarten. They scare the bejesus out of the contestants with their cutting comments and “go faster!” shouting, but according to food guru Donna Hay, the MasterChef judges are more like silly schoolboys than feared teachers.
Most of us know Donna Hay as a cookbook author who revolutionised easy home cooking but for a woman with simple tastes, she has so much more on her plate.
Donna Hay has been cooking since she was a little girl. Her love of food led her to a career as a food writer at 19, and then on to become a food editor at marie claire at 25. She is now one of Australia’s leading food editors and best selling cookbook author.