11-year-old Birke Baehr presents his take on a major source of our food — far-away and less-than-picturesque industrial farms. Keeping farms out of sight promotes a rosy, unreal picture of big-box agriculture, he argues, as he outlines the case to green and localize food production.
When we lived in Adelaide our lazy “lets just order pizza” dinner option always had a little more style and taste than your average pizza. GoodLife pizza is the best pizza I’ve ever had. The Angaston Spicy Salami pizza is my all time favorite. At GoodLife, we place an enormous importance on sourcing produce that’s […]
A great find, thanks to natalee-jewel.com If you are in Melbourne city & feeling a bit peckish head to Federation Square and grab some grub from the STREAT stall. STREAT is a social enterprise providing homeless youth with a supported pathway to long-term careers in the hospitality industry. The organizers are working hard to establish […]
The Salone del Gusto, or hall of taste may not be what you think of when someone mentions slow food. It is, however, greenfoodie paradise! Enjoy the article and then check out more from Slow Food and SBS Food. by Matthew Evans for SBS food – 7th January 2011 Slow Food. It makes you think […]
I first went to Mondo back in 2000 when it had just opened. It was great then and maintains its reputation today, it’s a must if you are in Brisbane. “Mondo is elegant organic dining at its best. Mondo restaurant, catering and cooking school was inspired by a concern about the increasing use of chemical […]
Fed up with supermarkets milking all the profits, break-away farmers are now running their own stores and passing massive savings back to you. They say they can offer better quality and cheaper prices from everything from fruit and veges to fresh meat and it’s all delivered to your door. Check out this short video for […]
Greenhouse is an inspiring, whole food, pop-up cafe project that strives to create no waste. There is a permanent Greenhouse in Perth, a pop-up in Sydney during early 2011 and word is that Melbourne, as well as some international locations are next. The Greenhouse cafe uses whole foods to make menu staples on site, including […]
We found Satis Vegetarian Café at the Watson shops the other day. It’s a quirky little cafe with bohemian atmosphere and they specialise in organic, fair trade and free range local produce. They had a delicious looking breakfast and lunch menu and loads of gluten free cakes, muffins and biscuits. The Coffee was pretty good, […]