Watch as Melbourne’s food city gets food-related coverage from ABC News
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Food City has been covered on ABC News, 7.30, 7:30 and the ABC News website, and has been featured on the ABC TV program The Food Network.
The news has been a huge hit with foodies and diners alike, with more than 20 million views on the YouTube channel Food City Australia.
The video has more than 9.5 million views, and more than 14 million likes.
The Food City campaign is the brainchild of chef and blogger Mark Tully, who created it in his spare time.
The idea came from a meal he ate in France when he was travelling.
He said he wanted to create a video that would give viewers a good insight into what he calls the city’s “dining experience”.
He said it was inspired by his experiences as a chef in New York City.
“I went to Paris on a couple of occasions and I think it’s really a fantastic city,” Mr Tully said.
“When I was there I saw people working in restaurants, they worked with people who lived in the same house and I really loved it and wanted to replicate that experience.”
Mr Tully has been doing his cooking in Australia since 2009, and was part of the food photography crew that made the iconic photograph that captured the iconic French Quarter restaurant in 2013.
He has since been a part of a number of Food City films and has taken part in the food tourism program of the Australian Tourism Commission.
“You can see how it’s changed over the years.
You can see it’s become a bit more sophisticated.
You see it has become more artisanal, you see it is a bit bigger, you can see more food trucks and you can definitely see the quality of the people who come,” he said.
The campaign has already gained over 6 million views.
Mr Tynson said he was very proud to be involved with the project.
“It was so exciting to be a part, it was really rewarding,” he explained.
“We have people coming in and seeing the new city and they’re really enjoying it, they’re having a good time.”
The food is fantastic and the people are fantastic, they are enjoying it.
“Mark Tully was the first person to make the iconic Food City image on film, he said it has had a huge impact on his life.
He now works with a food consultancy company and he hopes to expand the project with a restaurant.
Mr Cocker said the campaign was important because of the importance of food in Melbourne.”
As we have moved towards a city that is more urban, we need to be mindful of the diversity in our community, we have to be aware of the diverse backgrounds and the different cultures that make up our city,” he told ABC News Breakfast.”
And so we need more of that.
“The ABC News Food City program is available on Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku and Smart TVs.
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