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Lana Brinkley’s story

27 February, 2019

Lana kindly wrote to the Foundation, as we communicated further we learnt a little about Lana’s story which she kindly agreed to share along with 2 beautiful recipes. “It seems a million moons ago, yet sometimes only yesterday when Vogue Entertaining named my fun Cooking School [no real ritzy name] as one of the best […]

Protein Rich Foods by Morgan Pankhurst APD

27 February, 2019

Hello again! Over the past few months I have been talking through the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating and how it applies to older adults. This month I’d like to talk about the role that proteins play in supporting healthy bodies. One of the five food groups is listed as “Lean meats and poultry, fish, […]

In the Autumn Garden by Cath Manuel

27 February, 2019

After a long hot Summer in Australia, now is a beautiful time of year to enjoy being outdoors and tending to the gardens. Autumn is the start of the cool season and the time to grow a variety of delicious foods in the kitchen garden. But before planting your new crops, there’s a few jobs […]

Delicious Zucchini

27 February, 2019

Easy to grow, versatile and perfect on a BBQ, we share a recipe here for the humble zucchini, aka courgette. Perhaps you have been lucky enough to taste a stuffed zucchini flower- the petals can encase fillings such as fish or chicken mousse, soft cheeses flavoured with herbs or a Mediterranean style of olive ratatouille, […]

Maggie Beer Foundation welcomes support to improve aged care food experiences

27 February, 2019

The Maggie Beer Foundation (MBF), along with partners William Angliss Institute and Altura Learning, very much welcome the announcement by Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt of a $500,000 grant to create online training for aged care cooks and chefs across Australia. This online training dedicated to aged care cooks and chefs is the first of […]