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Apr 092013


Tuesday April 30 | 5pm-6.30pm.
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julie-goodwinIn December 2008, Julie Goodwin applied for the first series of MasterChef Australia. Little did she know, the experience would change her life.

In 2009, Julie took out the title as the first ever ‘MasterChef’. Since then, Julie has become a regular columnist for Women’s Weekly, taken up the role of resident cook on Channel Nine’s Today Show and released two of her own extremely popular cook books.

The Lord Mayor’s Writers in Residence series is bringing Julie to Brisbane, to speak about the release of her latest recipe book, Gather.

Books will be available for purchase on the evening from Dymocks Carindale.

People attending the talk are encouraged to bring a copy of a favourite family recipe to swap with others during the event.

Julie Goodwin shared a message for Neighbour Day recently:

We Aussies love our food, and in my view there is no better way to bring people together than over a good meal. Food is at the heart of all our celebrations. It connects us, it nourishes us, and the sharing of it creates wonderful memories and strong communities. Full Neighbour Day message from Julie.

If you’re wanting to see Julie at Carindale Library you had better get in quick on the phone number at the top of this post!

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