Creating an Appetite for Life
The Maggie Beer Foundation believe our elders deserve the life-altering impact of fresh, wholesome, seasonal food, abundant with flavour
Pre heat a fan forced oven to 220c Line 2 oven trays with parchment paper. Place a medium saucepan over medium heat, add olive oil and chopped onion, cook for five minutes Add garlic, thyme, some salt and butter, cook for a further three minutes until the onion is translucent and soft. Increase the heat to high, add chopped mushrooms and cook until soft, reduce the heat to medium low, stir occasionally until all the liquid is evaporated. Remove from the heat and place mix into food processor, along with remaining ingedients - pulse until the mix is brought together, keeping some texture, check the seasoning. Place sheets of puff pastry onto a lightly floured surface and cut in half, so you have 4 pieces in total. Brush each top and bottom edge of the pastry with egg yolk and milk mix. Place ¼ of the mushroom and lentil mix...
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Creating an Appetite for Life' Masterclass for Aged Care Cooks and ChefsTuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th December 2019Once again, the Maggie Beer Foundation is sending out an invitation to passionate aged care cooks and chefs to engage in an Education Program that has proven the strength of its impact with participants around the country. As Maggie explains, “It would come as no surprise that I loved food all my life; it’s my […]
The Lantern Project ConferenceFriday 6th December 2019Do you work in Aged Care and value the Food, Nutrition and Mealtime Experience? This event is not to be missed! Join 15 Inspiring Industry Leaders sharing practical insights at The Lantern Project Conference this December.
'Food for Thought' workshop for CEOs and Managers2020 dates to be released soonIn order to effect change in a way that is greater than the sum of its parts, the Maggie Beer Foundation is once again offering the proven success of a specialised half day workshop for CEOs and managers, ‘Food for Thought’. As Maggie explains, “For those in aged care not fortunate enough to have leadership […]