Entries by Jenni Regnart

Burdekin Readers’ & Writers’ Association Inc.

The Burdekin community,in the main, had never previously experienced a Readers’ & Writers’ Festival and their response was amazing. This was helped in no small way by yourself and the other guest authors . You were all so generous with your time, and your willingness to connect with the locals went down a treat.

A sustainable kitchen garden – making a menu from your mulch

The following guest blog post is by Dominique Rizzo from Pure Food Cooking, Channel 10’s “Ready Steady Cook” and “The Circle”… “A sustainable kitchen garden – Making a menu from mulch” was originally published at 1 Million Women some years ago.     Life is busy!  I feel that this year is flying past with the […]

Footy Food

Sales of pies and chips are skyrocketing in the football season. For the fans maybe, but that is not Footy Food for the premium Maroon State of Origin team.   That’s the tip from the experts. Our Deadly Choices stars Nathan Appo and Steve Renouf and Brandi Alberts shared their tips on “Good Quick Tukka” […]

Easter Dove

Colomba Pasquale (Easter Dove), is a soft, sweet, traditional Italian bread. Colombo is like Panettone (the traditional Christmas bread– but without the candied fruits. Colomba sets itself apart by being baked into a pigeon-shaped form; its texture is a moist, buttery, bready cake topped with a sugary almond icing. Fluffy, moreish and melt-in-the-mouth.

Redland City Council Mayor Testimonial

Dominique Rizzo is fabulous and personally I think she was the best choice to participate in this programme. The speedy pizza recipe is outstanding. Once again congratulations on having this programme in Cleveland good initiative by the Council.

Griffith University Testimonial

I can’t thank you enough for choosing to work with us on the pilot study. The evaluation survey starts tonight and soon we will have some data to hand to tell us if Waste Not Want Not can deliver change in reducing food waste.

Food Waste at Home

Have you ever thought about food waste and what you might throw out each week? Well Griffith University are asking us to to do just that with their pilot project Waste Not Want Not.