|Born||1974 (age 43–44)|
|Television||My Kitchen Rules|
Georgia Katz (m. 2007)
Tobie Puttock (born 1974) is an Australian celebrity chef, best known for his association with British chef Jamie Oliver.
Born in Melbourne, Victoria, Puttock trained at Box Hill Institute of TAFE, and first worked at Caffe e Cucina in South Yarra. Working around Australia, and eventually Europe, Puttock first met Jamie Oliver in 1999 at River Café in London, where both of them worked for a time. Puttock returned to Melbourne, where he set up his own Italian restaurant, Termini, and appeared as a regular guest chef on the Australian version of Ready Steady Cook, a cooking game show based on a British format.
In 2001, he was contacted by Oliver, now a well-known celebrity chef, who asked for his help in setting up a training restaurant for underprivileged young people. Puttock returned to London, and helped Oliver set up the first Fifteen restaurant in Hoxton, London. The creation of the restaurant and training scheme formed the basis of a 2002 TV series on Channel 4, Jamie's Kitchen. Puttock remained at Fifteen as executive head chef for several years, until homesickness prompted him to suggest to Oliver that they set up an Australian version of Fifteen in his hometown of Melbourne.
Puttock married his girlfriend of five years, Georgia Katz, on 7 April 2007.
- Puttock, Tobie (2006). Daily Italian. Melbourne: Penguin. ISBN 978-1-920989-50-7.
- Puttock, Tobie (2008). Italian Local. Melbourne: Penguin. ISBN 978-1-920989-75-0.
- Puttock, Tobie (2010). Cook Like an Italian. Melbourne: Penguin. ISBN 978-1-921382-19-2.
- Lethlen, John: Espresso - Kids in the kitchen, The Age, 17 August 2004.
- Downie, Stephen: Jamie Oliver's kitchen mission, news.com.au, 13 September 2006.
- Ready Steady Cook, Network Ten.
- McManus, Bridget: If you can't stand the heat, get out of Jamie's Kitchen, The Age, 9 September 2006.
- Sydney Confidential: Tobie's tasty nuptials, The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 10 April 2007.
- Kizilos, Katherine: Recipes for success, The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 September 2006.