The Syrian conflict is one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time. With so many people in danger, it's more important than ever right now to lend a hand, and in March top chefs around Australia will do just that.
The #CookForSyria Australia campaign follows on from the success of the UK version, which raised more than $350,000 and produced a best-selling book.
The Australian campaign is a month-long initiative that sees cooks from all over the country doing what they do best to raise money for children displaced by the conflict.
Peter Gilmore, of Bennelong and Quay, and Acme chef Mitch Orr will be on snacks duty, with Clayton Wells (Automata) and Kwong taking care of entrées such as raw grapes with labne and za'atar and Billy Kwong's signature wallaby buns (albeit with a Syrian twist).