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Food FADS For Thought

Wednesday 17th May / posted by Caitlin Nienaber

On Sunday 28th May Perth will host WA's first Food and Drink Symposium.

Organiser Ai-Ling Truong has had a passion for food since she started learning her dad's recipes.

She has now gone on to start WA FADS and skipped breakfast for a visit to Breakfast with Caitlin.

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