NOW that award-winning pastry chef Anna Polyviou has conquered her first cookbook, she has her sights set on her own TV show.
The chef was in Perth to launch Sweet Street at Pan Pacific earlier this month, marking the end of a four-year journey.
Polyviou said the afternoon tea section |of the book, “Livin the high life”, was her|favourite.
She showed the secrets behind her British scones recipe at the launch.
Polyviou dedicated Sweet Street to her partner of 10 years, Casey Hardaker.
“She opened it on Valentine’s Day and cried,” Polyviou said.
Sweet Street will be officially released in July.