Last Saturday David and I went on a ‘date’ without our baby William for the first time in almost a year. Actually, it was better than a date! It was a fantastic dinner and panel discussion hosted by the Mulloon Institute at Mulloon Creek Farm on ‘Food – the Art of Health.’ The inspiring and […]
We spend a lot of time surfing the web and reading endless articles, searching through online resources and trolling facebook and twitter pages to continually build our knowledge. We share a lot of these articles via our facebook page and twitter feed but I thought I would put them together in a quick post each […]
The Market aims to maintain the authenticity of the products and ensure its customers’ trust through simple rules: Stallholders are genuine producers passionate about their products. Stalls must have signs with the name of the stallholder and approved agencies must show who grew the produce and where it was grown. Products must be fresh. All […]
We had a pretty good foodie weekend this week. It started off as it usually does, Genevieve and the baby bump sleeping in and me having coffee outside with the hound. Then we headed out to catch up with a friend and have brunch – to our usual haunt, Urban Food + Cafe. The breakfast […]
While greenfoodie is passionate about the big issues surrounding the world’s food it’s important to remember the simple things so watch this, no message attached! EAT from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.
The Garden at the end of the World, “is a film that is both a documentary and a travelogue of a journey through a ruined land. It is stark in its contrasts of the impacts of war with the everyday lives of people trying to create new lives, of ruined city and the bare beauty […]
Looking for something to do in Sydney this weekend? Check out the Good Food and Wine Show! FRI: 10am – 8pm SAT: 10am – 6pm SUN: 10am – 5pm Indulge all your foodie fantasies at the Sydney Good Food & Wine Show! It’s time to celebrate Sydney’s flair for modern Australian cuisine with a festival […]
This photographic report exposes the proliferation of processed foods in the western diet and in the diets of many developing countries the world over. Is it any wonder that we are seeing increases in diet & lifestyle related diseases? What are your thoughts? From: FoodMatters About the project: These images are from the book ‘Hungry […]
Food the cure for Diabetes? Sure is! This is a short for a great story about how raw food can cure diabetes!
Residents of a Sydney suburban town unite to create fantastic food gardens along their street, where there was once an expanse of concrete footpath. The vegetable beds are watered by diverted stormwater and the produce is shared. This is very much in keeping with the GreenWay vision develop a network of green streets within the […]