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Equality through cooking

Fleeing her Iranian homeland and setting up life in Melbourne, Shahnaz Albokhalifeh is embracing her creative side. Ms Albokhalifeh grew up in Southern Iran, raising...

Sweet taste of success

When Anthony Cruz put down his spatula and walked away from a chef’s apprenticeship he thought his cooking days were behind him. However, earlier this...

Food, friendship in the mix

Food was the common language at Sunshine’s Visy Cares Hub when 2017 MasterChef champion Diana Chan...

Calling on residents for food drive

Melton and Moorabool residents are being encouraged to give generously to Foodbank Victoria’s annual food appeal. Combined Churches Caring Melton is one of a number...

Woodgrove fab for foodies

Woodgrove Shopping Centre is being transformed into a foodie’s haven. From chocolate-making workshops and dumpling classes to a family bake-off, there’s something for everyone. Celebrity...

Green light for Geoff Ward

When Melton council announced its inaugural Green Light lunchbox competition, Geoff Ward jumped at the opportunity. “Why wouldn’t you get on board?” he says. The competition...

New Melton and Bacchus Marsh Food Story recipe book being compiled

Preparing and enjoying food offers opportunities for people to share and celebrate their cultures. That’s the aim of a new recipe book being compiled by...

Melton chef wins silver at coveted competition

Daniel Rosenow fell in love with cooking as he watched his nan cook up a Christmas feast when he was 12. “I was watching her...

Songstress takes the stage at Flavours of Moorabool

A young Ballan songwriter who has made her mark on the world stage will play to home crowds next month for the Flavours of...

Hot soup and fresh bread to warm the soul

Hot soup and fresh bread sounds like a good idea as winter kicks in. The Darley Community Art Garden’s members certainly think so – they...

Classes put students in a pickle

Whether you fancy pickled cabbage, a tomato and apple chutney or cured meat, Melton’s next culinary event will have you covered. At the free presentation,...

Parwan mushroom farmer in TV spotlight

Tim Idlington has progressed from mushroom farms in Parwan to television and will soon be appearing on Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules. The Parwan Valley...

My Moorabool: Edward Groot

What’s your connection to Moorabool? I’ve lived in Bacchus Marsh for about 10 or 11 years now after moving from Sale. I retired and all my...

Livin’ a Viva La Dulce festival

The inaugural Viva La Dulce festival is set to bring a whole lotta sweet lovin’ to Moorabool this month. The food and wine festival at...

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Rebels departure impacts academy

The ripple effect of discontinuing Super Rugby club Melbourne Rebels will be felt as far as Melton. The Melbourne Rebels support Academy Movement, an organisation...

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