Cornersmith - Use It All
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About The Event
For years Alex Elliott-Howery and Jaimee Edwards, from boundary-breaking food community Cornersmith, experimented in their home kitchens to figure out how to feed their families efficiently, affordably and sustainably. The result is Use It All: the Cornersmith Guide to a More Sustainable Kitchen, an invaluable guide to modern food wisdom.
Use It All is a kitchen skills handbook to buy less, waste less, save money and make more with what you've got by the original waste warriors. Buy less, buy whole, use it all. This practical handbook is an invitation to reduce food waste while eating generously. It's a book for people juggling real life and trying to make better choices in their kitchens.
Alex and Jaimee will appear in conversation with Alice Zaslavsky.
This FREE event takes place on Zoom. The Zoom meeting details form part of your ticket, emailed to you after registration.
You can also pre-order copies of Use It All: the Cornersmith Guide to a More Sustainable Kitchen, and we'll happily ship them anywhere in Australia for free!
About the Book
Structured around weekly seasonal shopping baskets, it includes:
- More than 230 recipes with alternative flavour combinations so you can adapt a recipe to what you have on hand (and never get bored!)
- Clever ideas to make the most of the whole ingredient so that a little goes a long way
- Waste hacks for turning tired produce or offcuts into something special
Use It All offers a simple, delicious way to cook and eat by buying less, wasting less and making more with what you've got.
About the Authors
Alex Elliott-Howery is a leading voice on the war on food waste, co-founder of boundary-breaking food community Cornersmith in Sydney, a media personality who demos food hacks as the warm-up act for bands at festivals. This is her third book.
Jaimee Edwards teaches fermentation and traditional cooking skills at the Cornersmith cooking school and her food writing has appeared in every major Australian food publication.
About the Moderator
Alice Zaslavsky is a food literacy advocate, resident Culinary Correspondent for ABC News Breakfast and ABC Radio, author of In Praise of Veg and Alice's Food A-Z, host of Nomcast - a food podcast for families, and creator of Phenomenom.com.au, a free digital toolbox helping teachers slip more serves of veg into the curriculum.
She’s all over the socials as @aliceinframes.
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