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Oxford University Press is thrilled to announce the launch of The Food Book website: 

The Food Book website represents the new benchmark in online food education in Australia, and together with the soon to be released iPad app, completes The Food Book package.

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A big thank you to all of our educational booksellers who cooked up some great in-store displays of The Food Book this year. Here are some of the top entries submitted so far. Special thanks to Karen at Landmark in Essendon Victoria, Katrina at Jacaranda Educational Supplies in Macquarie ACT, Emily at Wooldridges in Geraldton WA, and all of our other booksellers for setting up these fabulous displays.

We wish all of our education partners a Merry Christmas and thank them for their extraordinary support of The Food Book in 2010 and we look forward to continuing this relationship in 2011 and beyond.

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'Tis the season for fruit mince pies!


Merry Christmas to all Australian food educators and their foodie students from The Food Book team and all at Oxford University Press. What an extraordinary year 2010 has been for The Food Book project – we couldn’t have done it without your support. Before you celebrate the 12 days of Christmas, here – in no particular order – are our 12 highlights from the year… and a free Christmas recipe or two just for you!

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