Drink beer and do good with Free To Feed
Free to Feed
is a social enterprise enabling conversation, learning and exchange of food cultures around the common
ground that is a feasting table.
Through their cooking classes, they provide refugees with mentoring and training, a wage, transitions to other meaningful employment, and, crucially, the
opportunity to form genuine connections with new communities.
They've partnered with The Hungry Workshop
to make a recipe zine called Potluck - it's a diverse
collection of recipes and stories brought to Australia by people seeking asylum, and featuring beautiful illustrations by Melbourne-based artists
Alice Oehr, Carla McRae, Ellen Porteus, Evie Cahir, Oslo Davis and Spencer Harrison.
will be launching December 7th at The Hungry Workshop studio with an exhibition
of limited-edition letterpress prints, expertly framed by United Measures. Our FTF cooks will also be cooking delicious samples of their Potluck’s
Drinks on the night will be provided by Balter, Noisy Ritual
and Cake wines
and can be purchased for a gold coin! Best priced drink in town! Everybody welcome!