We're stoked to be joining up with Avid Reader Bookshop and Cafe for a stimulating night of demos and conversation with Kate Walsh, cook and sustainable food advocate.
Kate's the powerhouse behind Real Food Projects, which runs cooking classes in Sydney and Byron Bay, teaming up with top local artisans to teach essential kitchen skills.
This, her first book, shows you the kitchen skills you'll need to break up with your supermarket. Even if you're a kitchen rookie, you'll soon be churning your own butter, slathering it on no-knead bread, barbecuing homemade sausages and making your own cordials.
Step-by-step instructions and photographs guide you from start to finish, and Kate will step you through a few of her favourites during the evening.
For too long we've been sold the idea that making our own food is difficult, time-consuming and not worth the effort. But Kate Walsh knows that learning how to cook a few kitchen staples from scratch, using fresh local and seasonal produce, is the best way to improve your health and that of our food system.