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Order signed copies of Liz Harfull’s best-selling books direct from the author for Christmas 2012 and receive these special offers: The Blue Ribbon Cookbook – $35.00 (RRP $39.95) Women of the Land – $25.00 (RRP $29.99) Postage not included.
Author Liz Harfull has added another ‘blue ribbon’ to her achievements. Her latest book, Women of the Land has hit the national top 10 bestseller’s list for non-fiction. The book brings together the inspiring and heart-warming stories of eight remarkable … Continue reading
To coincide with the 30th anniversary of South Australia’s State Fruit Cake Championship, its founder Margaret Hurst has been made a life member of the Agricultural Societies Council of South Australia. It is quite an achievement, richly deserved, for the highly … Continue reading
As the floods swept across so much of eastern Australia, country showgrounds often served as a gathering point for affected communities. But many show societies have also suffered losses, and their volunteers are working hard to rebuild and get ready … Continue reading
A new print run of The Blue Ribbon Cookbook has arrived at Wakefield Press in time for Christmas. The best-selling book sold out a few weeks ago after another surge of interest was sparked by author Liz Harfull’s appearance on ABC TV’s … Continue reading
October is one of the busiest months on the calendar for show cooks, with the vast majority of southern Australia’s royal and country shows being held in Spring. For me, over the past two months, the focus has been visiting … Continue reading
ABC Gippsland Mornings producer Lucy Nash is certainly not scared of a challenge. The adventurous Lucy has decided to take on show cooking as a way of becoming more involved in her local community, having recently moved to this part … Continue reading
I have been overwhelmed by the response from people who saw last week’s ABC Landline program, and the wonderful story about show cooking prepared by reporter Pip Courtney. Pip and her crew followed cook Edna O’Neill as she prepared entries … Continue reading
Early starts have never been my forte, but on Sunday the alarm rang at 5am so I could catch an early bird flight to Melbourne and take in cookery judging for the city’s 2010 show, which starts on Saturday. In … Continue reading