Drum roll, please…
“Lovely to see this creativity going on around the country in people’s Homes and Gardens. I kept thinking how nice it would be to visit as I poured over all the images!”
Lucinda Dodds and Zoe Bowman were also delighted; they were struck by your creativity, beautiful imagery, charming chooks and messages of soil health. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, thoughts and the pleasurable work of producing food.
And so now, to the prize winners…
“It’s not always about what you can grow to eat. Green manure is both tasty and essential for soil vitality!”
“Apple scrap vinegar. Who knew that you could take the scraps from your fruit, and turn them into something useful. These scraps are from our first real harvest of apples from our various apple trees. I was making some of them into a pie, and remembered that I had read somewhere about turning the scraps into alcohol, then letting it become vinegar. Some of my bottles didn’t seem to turn, but the ones that did have made a beautiful subtle vinegar, with an appley flavour that goes great in salad dressings!”
“My apple pie :)”
Also, Johcook has won Homage to the Seed postcards from Sophie Munns for her Labneh Dish entry. It had “Drop everything. Want to eat that!” appeal.
Thank you to Zoe Bowman, Lucinda Dodds and Sophie Munns for taking the time to judge. Thanks to our sponsors, for the wonderful prizes that I hope you’ll all enjoy. To the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance, people who made Fair Food Week happen and the community for beating the drums and participating. Food has a healthy, delicious and fair future with you all.
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