Please put these dates in your diary, bearing in mind they may change, in which case you will be notified as soon as possible. Further details of more distant events (venue, time etc.) will be sent to you closer to the date.

Sunday October 29: Cheesemaking workshop and lunch with Nick Haddow and Leonie Struthers of Bruny Island Cheese Company, on Bruny Island. Limited to 20 people. Cost: $40 for members, $50 for non-members. Bookings not open yet.

Sunday December 10: Christmas Brunch at Waterline Room, Blue Skies. Bookings not open yet.

Book for Slow Food Hobart events on
Or phone 6295 1870.

Send cheques to: Elaine Reeves PO Box 180, Cygnet 7112

Sorry, no facility for credit card payments. We look forward to seeing you at one or all of these events.

Judith’s Adult Ed. Courses for third term, 2006.

All the classes are held in the kitchen at Elizabeth College, B Block Warwick Street, Hobart. The classes are ‘hands on’ and we taste all the dishes cooked over a glass of wine.
Check out the Adult Ed. Course Guide which is available from Saturday, 26th August, 2006 for prices and extra information.

SF3854 Perfect Pizza Thursday, October 19th, from 6pm-9pm
Make a simple pizza dough and various toppings and enjoy the results of your labour with a glass of wine

SF3869 Foods from Liguria Tuesday October 31st, from 6pm-9pm
I’ve recently spent some time in Liguria’s delightful Cinque Terra and will share some of the traditional recipes from the region.

SF3871 Good Food Good Wine Good Company – this is a 3 week course commencing on Friday November 3rd from 6pm-9pm
This class will provide tasty, quick, recipes which will be shared at the end of class with a glass or two of wine.

SF3876 Easy Alfresco Dining Thursday November 30th from 6-9pm
Learn some stunning, easy to prepare and present dishes that are great for entertaining during the summer.

SF3877 Decorative Christmas Treats - this is one for the youngsters over 8 years old. We’ll make some sugar bells, decorate biscuits and make some decorations for Christmas. Wednesday November 29th from 5pm-7pm

Teaching with
Adult Education.

If I had to say what I was best at I think the answer would have to be teaching.

All my classes are ‘hands-on’ and we make a lot of different dishes in the classes and then share the tasting so that the students get a real insight into the variety of dishes that have been produced in the class.

Margaret Fulton
and Judith Sweet

Margaret, now 81, and her daughter Suzanne Gibbs, food editor of Table magazine, came to Hobart as judges of this year’s Taste of Tasmania. Margaret had recently had a quadruple bypass operation, and although a little frail she still put her heart and soul into her role.