The Home Economics Victoria conference is being held on Monday 29th November at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Read on to discover 5 reasons why you must visit us at the Oxford stand:   

1. The launch of The Food Book website. Be one of the first teachers in Australia to explore The Food Book website at the Oxford stand. The website includes:

  • A video gallery hosted by chef Glenn Flood
  • Every recipe from the book to print or email – plus bonus web-only recipes
  • Breathtaking recipe photography in unique demonstration mode
  • A skills bank and interactive shopping list
  • And much more. The definitive Australian food education website needs to be seen to be believed!

2. The launch of The Food Book iPad app. Come and play with the first ever Australian food education iPad app featuring:

  • A step-by-step cooking mode for more than 400 recipes
  • Hands-free cooking with voice control
  • A video gallery, skills bank, visual ingredients glossary and interactive shopping list… and much more!

3. WIN a copy of The Food Book signed by the MasterChef Australia judges or a food hamper

  • The Food Book is proud to be an official partner of Junior MasterChef Australia  (read more about the partnership here)
  • Win a copy of The Food Book signed by Matt Preston, George Calombaris and Gary Mehigan or a fantastic hamper of goodies
  • To enter the competition please visit the Oxford Stand

4. Take home a copy of The Food Book – no waiting, no postage fee

  • The Food Book will be available to purchase via credit card or school order on the day
  • Want to purchase a class set but your school budget is closed? Speak to us or your bookseller about charge forward – cook now, pay later!

5. Grab a FREE skills poster while viewing our other food and health titles

  • e-Food & Technology 1 & 2: The market-leading VELS Food & Technology textbook series for Years 7-10
  • VCE Health & Human Development: The essential HHD series
  • Whole Food 1 & 2: NSW Food Technology – perfect for your reference shelf