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Good qaulity secondhand cookbooks for sale
Date Saturday, 18 December
Time 8am to 12 noon
Location Northside Produce Market, Ted Mack Civic Park, 200 Miller Street, North Sydney
“I just spent a wonderful rainy afternoon watching the talks, yet another thought provoking, fascinating and compelling collection of ideas and authors.”
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Three writers whose work ranges across Instagram and printed books talk about their experiences with both. Hear from cookery writers Belinda Jeffery (A Year of Sundays), Lucy Tweed (Every Night of the Week) and Emiko Davies (Torta dell Nonna).
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Coffee partner The Little Marionette
Tea and tisanes partner Apotheca by Anthia
Wine partner Lowe Family Wine Co.
Bookshop Potts Point Bookshop
Venue and food Martin Boetz, Cooks Shed
Food & Words seeks the best vittles
Learn to make the perfect scone
Dates Sunday April 24
Time 12.30pm (about 4 hours)
Location Moonacres, Robertson, NSW Southern Highlands
Simple, effective approaches to writing
We teach two powerful food-focussed online writing classes – Write with Intent, where you focus on a personal writing project and Write *great* Newsletters (now full), which unpacks all the elements of a great newsletter. Because we're in the business of food writing and events, our courses are well suited to farmers, food producers and food business owners. But not exclusively. Join us.
Join chef Martin Boetz from Cooks Shed and home cook and food writer Barbara Sweeney in this Zoom chat as they talk food, cooking and cookbooks. It's a #bloodylockdown project, only here as long as the Sydney lockdown lasts. Join the conversation.
BYO. Tickets $11.
Every Sunday while lockdown lasts, 5pm
A storytelling session about food, books and cooking. Written and presented by Barbara Sweeney, it’s an amusing and thoughtful exploration of this publishing genre and its place in the world. Of particular interest is the handed-down, hand-written recipe book and their stories.
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