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Slow Food Melbourne
Good, Clean & Fair Food for All
Slow Fish Australia
Snail of Approval
COVID-19 Procedures & Protocols
is a monthly community
for the inner-western suburbs of Melbourne.
Rosa is very passionate about locally sourced, seasonal produce. Priding herself by using only the best small fruit, vegetable, meat, seafood, bread and dairy producers in and around Melbourne.
Matthew Evans is a chef by trade who is also the host of Gourmet Farmer on SBS. He is an advocate for sustainable seafood and is a strong believer in knowing and trusting what you eat. Fat Pig Farm is an extension of this philosophy, where we do as we preach; growing and rearing as much food as we can for the table. And you’re invited to share in the spoils.
Matt’s very poorly-concealed obsession is with growing, sourcing and presenting the best tasting produce he can – he’s kinda coocoo about it actually. Matt appreciates the importance of farmers and food producers to making his gastronomic plans a reality
The leader of an all-female kitchen brigade, and chef and co-owner of Richmond’s Anchovy.
Melbourne’s prodigal son brought home all his experience & success earned in Europe & Sydney & opened not one, but two of Melbourne’s most forward-looking & innovative eateries
Copper Pot Seddon
and Messer Fitzroy. Using sustainable, local produce from farm or sea to plate.
Oliver Edwards is the founder of the Good Fish Bad Fish project.
Dr Kirsten Abernathy
A social scientist working with wild-catch fisheries and fishing communities for more than 10 years as a researcher, teacher and advocate.
Local seaweed forager
Head Chef at Pope Joan
Kat & Phil McAdams
Owners of Vancouver Fisheries
Founder of Dele Food Store Daylesford
Good Fish Program Manager
Mamma Know West
Melbourne Seafood Centre
Transitions Town HB
Books for Cooks
Westside Living / Happy Receptions
Call us on +61 438 318 319