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He's the talented head chef of Perth's Greenhouse by Joost restaurant, and when it comes to eating sustainably, has plenty of opinion. Read on for the edible ethics of Matt Stone.
The clever Jared Ingersoll from Danks Street Depot talks to us about his food philosophy of local, seasonal and organic food, and how you can support good Aussie food producers.
Troy Spencer & Oliver Guthrie are two chefs who truly respect the food they grow, source, eat and serve at their restaurant, Spencer Guthrie. Prep yourself to hear their good food wisdom.
Find good, fresh, local and flavorsome food that's close to you by simply tying in your postcode.
The successful Landshare program, which garners 60,000 participants in the UK, where it began, has arrived in Australia encouraging people to home grow produce with the help of others. The online network unites those with land to share with those in need of land for growing fresh produce.
7 - 9 October, 2011
Held every two years, the theme of this years’ festival is ‘Planning for uncertainty’. Many respected speakers are scheduled, including Nobel Laureates. Most of the festival’s sessions are free, with some events streamed
live on the web. The Town Hall will host a special three-course lunch and session on food sustainability, inspired by fresh seasonal produce grown within 100 km of the Adelaide CBD. For a chance to win a double pass to the lunch, email competitions_at_gmagazine.com.au describing in 40 words or less what you believe to be the key aspect of food security.
Where: Adelaide, South Australia.
When: 7 - 9 October, 2011.
Cost: Some events are free, check website for details.
Click here for more information.
Remember our eat local challenge earlier this year? I’ve been keeping it up but with slightly relaxed rules, but it gets a lot harder in winter. I miss the juicy tomatoes I took for granted all summer long!