Eat Your History: Stories and Recipes from Australian Kitchen

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NewSouth Publishing, 2016 - Cooking - 272 pages
Handwritten recipes passed through the generations, tales of goats running wild in colonial gardens and early settlers' experimentation with native foods ... Eat Your History dishes up stories and recipes from Australian kitchens and dining tables from 1788 to the 1950s. Jacqui Newling, resident gastronomer at Sydney Living Museums, invites you to share forgotten tastes and lost techniques, and to rediscover some delicious culinary treasures.

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About the author (2016)

Jacqui Newling has a Le Cordon Bleu masters' degree in gastronomy and specializes in early Australian foodways. As Sydney Living Museums' resident gastronomer, Jacqui investigates the range of foods that have been served throughout Australian history. She co-curated the Eat Your History: A Shared Table exhibition at the Museum of Sydney and co-writes The Cook and the Curator blog for Sydney Living Museums.

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