What is blockchain and how is this technology disrupting our world? Young female identifying or non-binary people of 16+ are invited to this entry-level workshop to find out how it affects you and how you can be the new kid on the blockchain!
How does your cooking honour the women you love?
If there’s one thing that bridges generations, it’s a love of food. In the leadup to Mother’s Day, The Recipe Club invites you to pay tribute to the women who have fed you. Celebrate feasts, cooking disasters, cultural traditions and everyday home cooking at this communal dining event. Recreate or reinvent a dish inspired by the women in your family and bring it along to this unique food event. As you tuck into a multicultural spread, share stories about your dishes and the women behind them. These stories, along with your recipes and professionally photographed meals, will be collected into a digital cookbook so that your food heritage can inspire others. Enjoy a smorgasbord of cheese from ‘Smell The Cheese’. All participants go home with a very special goodie bag! The lunch is hosted by writer and New York Times, Australia audience growth editor, Tacey Richter. Places are limited.
Tacey Rychter is the audience growth editor for The New York Times in Australia. Prior to joining The Times, Tacey was the editor of Broadsheet Melbourne, and has written for The Age, Junkee and the Australian Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Guide.