Florentine food and photography workshop

I couldn’t have imagined a better way to finish my Australian book tour than this. Perfect weather, the unbelievably picturesque country setting of Mickey Robertson’s home at Glenmore House, a tabletop full of spectacular props, baskets of fresh produce and a group of 11 keen and creative people wanting to learn some Florentine recipes and practice their photography skills. Luisa Brimble, right off the back of one of the Local is Lovely... Read More

A day in Juls’ Kitchen – a Tuscan cooking class

Disclosure. I’m about to tell you what it’s like to cook with one of my very dear friends, in the kitchen of her picturesque, quintessentially Tuscan home. So I am possibly a little bit biased. But when I write, I like to write about something I love and something I wholeheartedly recommend, whether it’s a recipe, a book or an experience – and this is no different. I first met Giulia over dinner in Florence several years ago.... Read More

The Art of Eating Well – A Tuscan Getaway this Fall

I’m very pleased to announce a new and exciting collaboration coming up in October this year – an incredible, six-day gastronomic getaway in Tuscany and the opportunity to be immersed in age-old traditions of Tuscan cuisine following the lead of the great-grandfather of Italian cuisine, Pellegrino Artusi, whose nineteenth century cookbook Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well is one you’ll still find in practically every... Read More