For Brisbane chefs, hospitality practitioners and supporters building fair relationships with local farmers, producers and distributors.
A casual drinks event brings Brisbane chefs and fair food supporters together in a yarning circle. Bruce Pascoe from the Bunurong clan of the Kulin nation is a teacher, farmer, fisherman, and author of award winning book, Dark Emu, Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?
In his book, Pascoe appeals to Australia's culinary experts to embrace indigenous foods and agricultural practices in order to sustain a resilient food system.
Come along to hear Pascoe elaborate on adoptable culinary practices. Indigenous chef and lecturer, Dale Chapman, will join Pascoe in discussing the social, cultural and environmental benefits of collaborating with indigenous Australians in a bid to expand the Australian cuisine.
Where: Wandering Cooks, South Brisbane
When: 6pm, Monday, 5 December, 2016
Tickets: Only $10.00, Buy Now
Organised by Paula Hardie and the Food Connect Foundation
Find out more at www.fairfoodchefs.com.au
Cooking and eating in full consciousness, Fair Food Chefs acknowledge their influence on the food system, are empowered to redirect their practice, and cultivate a sense of place by letting local, seasonal and fair foods drive their menus.