Cindy Sargon

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Cindy Sargon is an Australian TV chef who currently hosts Food 4 Life on the Seven Network. Cindy is of Assyrian descent[1]

Sargon also appeared in the second series of Surprise Chef in 2003,[2] as well as My Restaurant Rules, Melbourne Woman[3] and Saturday Kitchen.[4] Since the first season of Food 4 Life finished, Cindy has been presenting the IGA 5-day meal planner segment on the Seven Network's new morning programme, The Morning Show. She presents this segment from the Food 4 Life Kitchen on the 56th floor of Melbourne's Freshwater Place residential tower.

Her catering business provided pasta for the athletes in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.[5] Cindy is the first official Patron for the Artists for Kids Culture Trust in Victoria.[6]

She also posed for Black+White magazine in 2004. Cindy Sargon is a successful business woman, wife, mother and TV personality.[7]

She regularly presents a weekly restaurant review on Radio 3AW's breakfast program, Breakfast with Ross & John, under the segment identity Lazy Susan. [1]

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  1. ^ Syrian
  2. ^ Hottest on TV - celebs - Blue
  3. ^ Espresso - Epicure - www.theage.com.au
  4. ^ BBC Worldwide - Press Office - Press Releases - Television chefs return with an extra bite on Australia's Saturday Kitchen
  5. ^ Error Page: Travel And Living
  6. ^ Our Committee - Artists For Kids Culture
  7. ^ Longines

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