voices from an australian kitchen
send us running from the kitchen in raging, impotent fury. They become the songlines of our lives, charting the
country’s history: its wars, droughts, immigration patterns, industrialisation and urbanisation. They reveal our politics, our personal growth, our health and the changing roles of men and women in the kitchen. They reflect our greatest influences, from community groups to food writers, television celebrities and professional chefs. And grandmothers.