Troy Crisante Co-Head Chef of Quay is having a conversation with us about food, working with Peter Gilmore at Bennelong, Firedoor and Quay and eating sustainably and will cook dinner themed from the produce at Moonaces Farm.
We would like to invite you to a special information evening with the aim of sharing more about our program for 2024.
Join Armanda Ho, Thermomix consultant who blends her deep love for nutritious cuisine that nourishes both body and soul with mindfulness coaching and Stephen Santucci Head Chef at Moonacres Kitchen for this abundant and joyful class.
Sophie Hansen is launching her new cookbook "What can I Bring?" with champagne, celebration, gifts, conversations and dinner. A beautiful gathering sharing food and conversation with Nicole Feggans, Fiona Walmsley and Phil Lavers.
We are delighted to launch our 2024 program with the premier of the local film "Thankful for Soil" an inspiring story of Australian farmers who are using the soil beneath their feet to build a brighter future for their family farms.
This experience with owner Phil Lavers and Farm Manager James Ashwood will include an immersive tour of Moonacres where you will feel the soil, taste the produce and understand the possibilities for abundance and resilience.
Join Eilish Maloney and Phil Lavers for a conversation on growing food, seasonal eating and how to work with your ingredients to better understand the true meaning of paddock to plate and a long dinner with foods cooked by Eilish.
We are very excited here at Moonacres school to share our passion for sourdough bread making. It's a step-by-step, day-by-day whole process and Lachlan Campbell, Moonacres baker, will show you that all you need is time, patience and love.
Our May In Conversation is with Peter Hazell and Nolani McColl from the Mulloon Institute and Phil Lavers, Moonacres Farm, talking how we rehydrate our land by mimicking natural processes to increase the water-holding capacity of the soil.
Alex Elliot-Howery from the award winning Cornersmith, will be guiding us on sustainable cooking: including waste, making cooking affordable, simple preservation methods and achievable seasonal creative cooking.
Our June "In Conversation" is with Phil Lavers, Danielle Alvarez and Ronni Kahn and we're talking the power of community and how what we eat, where we get it from, how it's produced and how we waste has a direct impact on our environment.
This experience with owner Phil Lavers and Farm Manager James Ashwood will include an immersive tour of Moonacres where you will understand the biodiversity of the soil and taste the produce that is grown using sustainable practices.
Our July In Conversation is with Hannah Churton talking worms, composting, household food waste and how together we can actively contribute to soil health, reduce greenhouse gases, and support a more sustainable system of food production.
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