Bourke CWA teams up with MasterChef

September 10, 2018

Kate Bracks in kitchen Photo: supplied


You don’t need to be a MasterChef to cook nutritious, delicious meals that don’t compromise the environment or your back pocket, according to Central West NSW local and former MasterChef winner, Kate Bracks.

Cancer Council NSW, in partnership with regional waste and resource management group NetWaste, is bringing a free “Pantry to Plate” cooking workshop to Western NSW communities this September, hosted by the local celebrity cook, mother, and school teacher - Kate Bracks. 

This workshop series, funded by NSW Environment Authority’s (EPA) Love Food Hate Waste Food Smart program – will be at the Bourke CWA rooms in Sturt Street from 10am – 12pm next Friday (21st September).

Read more in the printed edition of the Western Herald.


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