PRLog - May 24, 2012 - DAYLESFORD, Australia -- After years of carnivore friends telling her she should open a cafe, artist Fiona Morgan took their compliments on her vegetarian cooking and her general frustration with bland
vegetarian food, and is combining her artwork and recipes into a book. Each individual
recipe is personally tested until she feels it is at optimal deliciousness. If it wouldn’t be
moreish to a carnivore, it doesn’t go in the collection.
Fiona will be at The Good Life Festival Daylesford on Saturday June 2 as a stallholder at
Daylesford Primary School, freely giving out meatless meals recipes from the cookbook for you to take home and try. These are recipes that everyone will enjoy not just die hard
hippies. Find out how easy and tasty vegetarian meals can be.
She will also be showcasing some of the artwork inspired by the recipes from the upcoming cookbook. All the foodie paintings are 30x30cm and affordably priced.
There is a long tradition of still life paintings of food from our cultural history. Careful
arrangements of delicacies abundantly covering a table have been painted for centuries.
Today the modern equivalent is food styling photography. Luscious posed shots of crafted gourmet meals abound in magazines and cookbooks.
What if the food images were inspired by the dish instead of literally presenting it? What if the main ingredient, or the history, or the culture of the recipe were represented?
All the recipes and images are freely available online for people to use and share (with
Come celebrate 'The Good Life'. Live well, care for each other and the environment.
The Good Life Festival Daylesford 2012
Presented by the Sustainable Hepburn Association (SHARE) to share the wealth of
knowledge and ideas of local individuals, businesses and community groups to help us all live the good life.
9.30am-4pm at locations around Daylesford, Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd June