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In Conversation: Jared Ingersoll & Helen Greenwood
Tuesday, 8 May 2012 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)
Join Jared Ingersoll and Helen Greenwood as they discuss everything from the evolution of Waterloo's Danks St area, through to the Slow Food movement, seasonal produce, and low food miles. Find out how Jared's philosophy for ethical & sustainable eating feeds into a viable business model, and how we can apply these principles in everyday life.
Jared Ingersoll is the founder of Danks Street Depot, Cotton Duck and outspoken champion of sustainable, ethical eating. Cooking for over 23 years, his passion for creating great food has taken him all over the globe, including in London at 2 Michelin starred The Square and Hillaire as well as head chef at Sydney’s much loved institution, Bayswater Brasserie. He has represented Slow Food Australia at Terra Madre and cooked at high profile restaurants including SEVVA in Hong Kong and at a number of private celebrity dinner parties. As an author, Jared has written three cookbooks, Danks Street Depot (won Le Cordon Bleu World Food Media Awards, best hardcover cookbook under $USD 30), Sharing Plates, which won Best Book under AUD$36 at the Australian Food Media Awards, 2008 and Slow Food: a passion for produce published in August 2011.
Helen Greenwood is best known for her food forays around Sydney which she writes up every week in her column, Off the Shelf, in Good Living in the Sydney Morning Herald.
She is a senior journalist at the Sydney Morning Herald where she writes for Good Living, and contributes to the SMH Good Food Guide. Her Bread For Good campaign to raise money for famine victims in East Africa won a Unicef award last year. She was also nominated for the 2011 Media Prize by the Voiceless Animal Protection Institute. She has contributed to Voracious, Best New Australian Food Writing, and is co-author of the SMH Good Food Shopping Guide 2011 and My Family Feasts by Sean Connolly.
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