'Dream come true': Autism, ADHD no hindrance as 12-year-old opens food business

Annie Hesse
Updated June 6 2024 - 4:33pm, first published June 5 2024 - 11:05am
Tiny chef Archer Palazzi started his cooking and baking journey when he was still in nappies.
Tiny chef Archer Palazzi started his cooking and baking journey when he was still in nappies.

Little Archer Palazzi was still in nappies and needed to stand on a chair to be tall enough to look over the kitchen counter when he started a culinary journey that grew over the years and recently saw him open his own food business - at the tender age of 12.

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Annie Hesse

Annie Hesse

Northern Territory Correspondent

I am an award-winning media and communications professional with experience across print, digital, social and radio broadcast, as well as photography and videography. I am the NT Correspondent at Australian Community Media and I write for my hometown newspaper, the Katherine Times. I love telling people's stories, and I am passionate about giving those a voice who may otherwise remain unheard. When I am not busy putting pen to paper, I spend time in my garden, go bushwalking or travel across the Northern Territory, Australia or the world. In my spare time I write, illustrate and publish books.

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