Welcome to Eatable.
This is a space where we can share recipes, drinks, style and entertaining tips with you. On this website we’ll be curating seasonal and current content for your table with a weekly newsletter updating you on what’s good to drink and eat right now. We have Australia's best chefs contributing recipes that you can cook from your home. We'll be showcasing and selling the best new cookbooks that are coming out, and curating beautifully designed homewares you can buy for your kitchen and table.
We want Eatable to be your go-to for great food, incredible wine, and a feast of good times.
We hope you enjoy.
Lisa and Liz x
About Lisa Featherby
Lisa has been making food look good since she started as a chef in 1994. For ten years she worked in restaurant and commercial kitchens alongside Australian culinary legends like Janni Kyrtisis at MG Garage and Peter Doyle at Cicada, discovering everything there is to know about what makes a dish sing - from the integrity of ingredients through to beauty of presentation. It was the ideal foundation for the next stage of her career, when she decided to leave the restaurant life behind and re-invent herself as a food and recipe writer, as well as a producer of food shoots.
In this incarnation Lisa worked for a wide range of publications (including Marie Claire, Bon Appétit, Food Illustrated and French Glamour), in Paris and New York, on advertising campaigns, and then as food director of Gourmet Traveller magazine, generally having a lot of fun in interesting places making food not just look good but taste delicious.
Her experience with recipes and beautiful tablespaces, as well as her love of dining with friends led to Eatable.
About Liz Elton
Liz is one of the most experienced creative directors in the Australian publishing industry, having worked across a number of the country’s most prestigious brands throughout her career. She began her working life on a launch title at Pacific Magazines, then went on to art direct titles such as CLEO Australia (now closed). After a period working as associate art director at madison magazine and creative director of Marie Claire Australia, she went on to be the creative director at Gourmet Traveller.