Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Welcome to Real Food; Artisans, Farmers and Chefs Join in for the Cooking Classes

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Welcome to Real Food; Artisans, Farmers and Chefs Join in for the Cooking Classes

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Byline: Yvonne Gardiner

THE Real Food Projects Cooking School launched its second location in May in the Byron Bay Hinterland.

Author, cook and founder of Real Food Projects, Kate Walsh, said the school was set to become the go-to destination for foodies across the region.

Kate has teamed up with Harvest restaurant, deli and bakery located at Newrybar and the trademark Real Food classes will now be held weekly in their 107-year-old bakery.

"Putting the spotlight on the best artisans, farmers and chefs in the region, the classes will be teaching students how to cook from scratch using local, seasonal and native ingredients," she said.

"The first classes include jam, pickles, fermenting, BBQ 101, stock and broths, cocktail essentials (think DIY tonic water, bitters and shrubs) and good old sausages.

"The Real Food Cooking School shows people simple ways we can change the way we cook, shop and think about food.

"Giving people the knowledge of where their food comes from and the skills to make amazing and nutritious meals from scratch is one of the best ways we can fix our broken food system. …

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