Monthly Archives: September 2009



THE past, present and future of Australian food was examined by the Cook and the Chef in their second from last program on the 9th September. Maggie and Simon created recipes using their favourite foods grown sustainably and locally sourced. If you missed this episode it can be downloaded from […]

The future of Australian food


Cosham vineyard and dogs. Image: Jane Edinger 2008
ROMAN emperor and Stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius encouraged people to do good ‘as simply as a horse runs, or a bee makes honey, or a vine bears grapes season after season without thinking of the grapes it has borne’. Slow Food Perth invites you to experience ‘ the good’ and to join us to celebrate the bounty of the vine at Cosham Wines, Carmel – in the run of the Bickley Valley – on Sunday 18 October 2009

Vineyard bounty: Sun 18 Oct 2009



LOCAL food chains, how local food stores are operated in remote communites and research into the different sustainable models of local food gardens for remote areas are all part of the Remote Indigenous Garden Network research.

Remote indigenous gardens


PHILLIP Adams guides a discussion at the Ideas Festival in Brisbane in March 2009 about the ethics of food production and consumption today, Buy cheap levitra about the need to consider the industry’s sustainability and a more organic approach to the whole food cycle. His conversation partners are author Angela […]

Food ethics from the Ideas Festival