In the third Two Good cookbook, they pay homage to their origins; their core belief that having less time or money should never mean less love and nourishment. That good food prepared with care is a universal act of love - and self love - with the power to change the course of someone's life.
The recipes within CHANGE THE COURSE are shorter, the ingredients are simpler, and the techniques more adaptable...all designed to help you achieve the same goodness with less.
Hardcover, 214 pages, 100+ Recipes. 6 Chapters (Fridge + Pantry Heros, Nourishing Brekkies + Brunches, Savoury Snacks + Sambos, Simple Lunches + Dinners, Slower Meals + Feasts, Desserts + Sweet Treats). Photography by Petrina Tinslay, styling by David Morgan, artworks by Leanne Xiu.
Danielle Alvarez, Baba’s Place, Martin Benn, Julia Busuttil Nishimura, Jimmy Callaway, O Tama Carey, Jacqui Challinor, Clove Lane, Laura & Grant Darymple, Jill Dupleix, Terry Durack, Lauren Eldridge, Jaimee Edwards & Alex Elliott-howery, John Evans, Trisha Greentree, Analiese Gregory, Hoda Hannaway, Sophie Hansen, Westerley Isbaih, Belinda Jeffery, Kylie Kwong, Nigella Lawson, Nagi Maehashi, Christine Manfield, Mike Mcenearney, Matt Moran, Neil Perry, Darren Robertson, Magdalena Roze, Sapphire Community Pantry, Alanna Sapwell, Anthony Silvio, Lucy Tweed, Claire Van Vuuren, Waminda, Colin Wood, Two Good Co Kitchen Team.
Two Good Co believe in people, until they believe in themselves again. Everything at Two Good Co is designed to rebuild self-worth and independence; to support, empower and employ women with lived experience of domestic violence and homelessness. Two Good Co is a business for good. They create beautiful, high-quality food and products.
With every purchase you make with them, you're helping to change the course of someone's life; you're walking alongside vulnerable women as they find their way home again.
The ethical gifts by the Australian Social Enterprises here tackle some big issues. Your purchase helps them work with charities who are experts in the field and they make a difference in the space of empowering and rescuing women, improving human health, reusing items that would have otherwise gone into landfill, providing work and helping people break out of the cycle of poverty.