From Seed to Table, ensuring family recipes don’t get lost through the generations
The culinary tastes of Uniting AgeWell Noble Park Community
have been mixed together to create a professionally produced cookbook. Clients, residents, staff and volunteers shared their favourite family recipes
to ensure they don’t get lost through the generations. The recipes reflect the cultural diversity of the Noble Park Community, with Kotopoulo Kapana
from Greece to Samoan Chop Suey from Samoa and even the basic meatloaf and pavlova. The cookbook is part of an overall project at Uniting AgeWell Noble
Park designed to promote healthy eating, exercise and community engagement. This includes establishing a full-scale community garden space with outdoor
kitchen facilities on site.
From Seed to Table is available in time for Christmas at $25 a copy, with all proceeds going towards
the community garden. To secure your copy, please call the team at Noble Park on 9554 0717.