Teaching people to cook for themselves and equipping them with some simple skills and knowledge will inspire and empower change in the way we eat and think about food.
The Geelong Centre is a purpose built facility designed to offer a comfortable, welcoming, and friendly environment. Open since October 2012, our Centre gives participants the skills they need to make better food choices.
The Ipswich Centre is a purpose built facility designed to offer a comfortable, welcoming, and friendly environment. Open since April 2011, our Centre gives participants the skills they need to make better food choices.
The Jamie's Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen is a purpose built, fully equipped mobile kitchen classroom, designed to deliver practical cooking classes to communities in metropolitan, regional and remote areas across Queensland.
Jamie's Ministry of Food is proud to partner with Edith Cowan University to bring the Jamie's Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen to Western Australia.
In March 2014, Jamie Oliver put the call out to Australia to nominate their community to host a Jamie's Ministry of Food Pop-up Centre for 12 months.
The Wetherill Park Centre is a purpose built facility designed to offer a comfortable, welcoming, and friendly environment. Open to the since January 2015, our Centre gives participants the skills they need to make better food choices.
The most important thing to remember with this recipe is to buy good-quality fish from your local fishmonger or supermarket.
Give these little cakes a go - they're a perfect naughty-but-nice treat. And a great way of getting your kids to eat pumpkin!
In conjunction with Diabetes New South Wales and in acknowledgement of National Diabetes Week 2016, Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia, has today released a video which investigates how Australian's dealing with diabetes can better manage the disease by eating more fresh food and learning to cook for themselves.
Diabetes is now one of the biggest challenges facing Australians and our health system. The ABS National Health Survey 2014-15 reported 1.2 million (5.1%) of Australians suffer from Diabetes and according to the Australian National Diabetes Strategy 2016-2020, diabetes is costing Australia $14 billion per year. Food education is therefore crucial in order to manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
In recognition of NAIDOC week, today Jamie Oliver's Australian home cooking program, Jamie's Ministry of Food, has released a video which clearly illustrates the program's ethos and commitment to working collaboratively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to Close the Gap. The Good Foundation, which delivers Jamie's Ministry of Food in Australia, developed the program in consultation with the local Aboriginal community, elders and health council, adapting the program to local needs to ensure its success.
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