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Belinda Jeffery’s latest book, The Salad Book, has just come out, perfectly timed for summer. With her inimitably warm and intimate style of writing, wealth of wonderful, achievable recipes and signature photography by longtime collaborator Rodney Weidland, this is set to become another well-thumbed, much-stained addition to any food-lover’s cookbook collection.

On Friday 2 December at the Moller Pavilion (Bangalow Showgrounds), this much-loved author, chef, TV presenter, restaurant reviewer, food writer and cooking teacher will be chatting with local food writer/author Victoria Cosford about the new book, about salads in general and how they have evolved over the last few decades, and other matters culinary.

The evening kicks off at 5.30 for a 6pm start. There will be a drink upon arrival and tastings of salads from Belinda’s book.

Tickets are $10 each, available from the Bangalow Newsagency or by calling 6687 1396.


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