Dan Bourchier is joined by Anthea Cheng who runs a popular Instagram account and blog, Rainbow Nourishments, and is the best-selling author of Incredible Plant-Based Desserts. Their conversation discusses Anthea’s delicious recipes as well as some personal stories from Anthea’s life.
In her book, Incredible Plant-Based Desserts, Instagram star Anthea Cheng (@rainbownourishments) shares her trade-secret recipes for fun and showstopping vegan sweet treats that are seriously luscious, mouthwatering, and beautiful.
Whether you are an eager home cook or a more experienced chef, Anthea shows you that sponge cakes can still be fluffy and moist and pastry can still melt in your mouth without animal-derived ingredients.
Anthea has carefully selected ingredients to ensure you won’t accumulate odd, once-used stuff in your pantry. And with plenty of options for people avoiding gluten, refined sugar, nuts, and other common allergens, no one misses out on the deliciousness. All of the recipes have been tested and approved by vegans and non-vegans alike. Accompanied by stunning photography, these recipes will bring some magic to your every day, dinner table, or special occasion.
Anthea Cheng is a chef, food photographer, food stylist, and recipe developer. In her first book, Incredible Plant-Based Desserts, Anthea shares simple to sophisticated vegan desserts, including trade-secret recipes from her boutique cake business.
She runs the popular blog Rainbow Nourishments and has a strong presence on social media. She works with international companies such as Panasonic and Bonne Maman and local businesses such as the Sydney Vegan Market.
Anthea also hosts workshops and pop-up events locally and around the world. Driven by her previous studies and work in humanitarian issues, Anthea is passionate about helping her community through light discussions about well-being and environmental issues.
Find Anthea on Instagram @rainbownourishments.
Dan Bourchier presents ABC Canberra’s 7pm News bulletin and is a regular on radio, tv, and major events coverage across the ABC.
Dan grew up in the outback Northern Territory mining town of Tennant Creek and began reporting for the local newspaper when he was 14, going on to work for the NT News. His younger years in Tennant Creek, together with his coastal Victorian Aboriginal heritage, have instilled in him a deep interest in the culture, history and social justice issues of Australia’s First Nation people.
From 2010 he was with National Indigenous Television (NITV) in Sydney and Canberra before moving to Darwin in 2012 to join Sky News as its NT bureau chief. In that role, he covered stories including the fourth inquest into the death of Azaria Chamberlain, US President Barack Obama’s visit to the Top End and the subsequent deployment of US Marines to the Territory. He was the first to announce the rolling of NT Chief Minister Terry Mills, breaking the news on-air while the Cabinet was still in discussion. Most recently he was Political Reporter and National Indigenous Affairs Correspondent for Sky News based in Canberra.