Making the Most of It!

Making the Most of It!

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Join us for a virtual hands-on cooking experience & make a delicious zero waste recipe

About this event

Join us in the virtual kitchen for another series of online cooking workshops! Facilitated by Open Table’s Alanna Brown, in collaboration with CERES Fair Food these free workshops will be chock full of great tips and tricks to help us all make the most of our fresh, seasonal produce.

Each session is a virtual hands-on cooking experience. While making something delicious together, the workshops will focus on innovative yet simple ways to reduce household food waste and cook meals for everyday sustenance and deliciousness!

Workshops will be held on Sunday mornings from 11-12pm on the following dates:

  • May 29th - Sweet Pumpkin & Apple Filo Pie (BOOKINGS OPEN)
  • June 26th - Potato Curry & Simple Sambols, Roti
  • July 31st - Okonomiyaki
  • August 28th - Homemade Ricotta & Citrus Tart
  • September 25th - Carrot Rosti with Miso Greens
  • October 23th - Gazpacho with early spring tomatoes

What you’ll need:

You can cook along with the group or simply join us with a cuppa - more information regarding types of ingredients and equipment will be sent to attendees via email before the session. We will use basic everyday pantry items and kitchen equipment.

Tickets are free but spaces are limited; register to book your spot.

These workshops are held on zoom:

ZOOM is an interactive video conferencing service - you don't need to sign up for an account - you just need a computer/tablet or phone and access to the internet.

More about Open Table:

Open Table shares free food with those in need in neighbourhoods across Melbourne. We use surplus food that would otherwise be thrown away and turn it into nutritious meals to share with the community, in order to reduce food insecurity and food waste.

If you have any questions contact Alanna at

To learn more about Open Table head to

More about CERES Fair Food:

CERES Fair Food delivers a huge range of quality organic groceries to households across Melbourne, sourced ethically from over 150 farmers and grocery makers. Together we're building a fairer food system that supports small farmers, local communities and people seeking asylum.

Find out more at

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