Ministry Of Food Back In Town!

Face-To-Face Cooking Classes Are Back

Jamie’s Ministry of Food’s face-to-face cooking classes are back on in Yarrabilba – just in time for the school holidays!
Jamie’s Ministry of Food’s face-to-face classes will be making a return to Yarrabilba, with the launch of their upcoming school holiday program. Courses across Ipswich and Mackay will also see the revival of face-to-face classes.
“Our food trainers are ready to step out from behind the webcam and welcome the next round of participants in our upcoming face-to-face classes,” said CEO of The Good Foundation Siobhan Boyle.
“The Yarrabilba community has always been extremely supportive and enthusiastic in response to our programs. We thank everyone who participated in our virtual classes and we look forward to resuming our face-to-face operations.”
With funding contribution from the Queensland Government and with the support of Health and Wellbeing Queensland, Jamie’s Ministry of Food is committed to improving the
nutritional education and cooking skills for locals and priority groups. 19,000 Queenslanders have already participated in a Jamie’s Ministry of Food program.
“Over 5 days our school holiday program will teach students aged 12 and up the basics of food, nutrition and cooking, as well as some of Jamie’s special tips and tricks! Participants will learn how to make meals from scratch, by baking, grilling, sautéing, boiling and roasting fresh ingredients,” said Siobhan.
Building on the success of their virtual community hubs, classes will still be made available online to help Jamie’s Ministry of Food reach as many Queenslanders as possible – including those in regional areas.

Jamie’s Ministry of Food’s upcoming courses are as follows:
• Yarrabilba’s School Holiday Program
(at Yarrabilba State Secondary College)
– 11 January 2021
• Queensland Online School Holiday program
– 11 January 2021

For more information and to book, participants please visit: