Eat New Zealand presents Talking Plates

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Eat New Zealand Presents Talking Plates

Project 2019-01-15 09:18:04 +1300

Eat New Zealand is a collective of New Zealand's chefs, producers, media, tourism and event operators, who have all been inspired to create a national platform to promote and champion our best food, drink, and culinary tourism opportunities. You can learn about us at www.eatnewzealand.nz or follow us on IG: @eat.newzealand

Basically, we're a New Zealand Food Movement! Our vision is for New Zealand to become the world’s premium food destination. We have a major focus on supporting and encouraging sustainable food systems to get us to that goal. We believe we have a natural environment that supports these aims but we have to work together to protect it, and the food resources that come from it.

For that reason we’ve created ‘Talking Plates’. Talking Plates is a pop-up kitchen that will travel around events & festivals up & down NZ to dish-up discussion (and delicious food) to the public. We want to get people thinking about what they can do personally to change the way we grow/catch, purchase and prepare our food.

Talking Plates launched at Christchurch Festival Nostalgia on February 16th. Where we had three of that regions cleverest young chefs cooking for everyone; Alex Davies from Gatherings, Aliesha Gabrielle from Fresh Press Pizza and Carlos Rodriguez from 27 Steps. We started by focussing on three Eat New Zealand themes from our recent #FoodHui;

Food Resilience

A Sustainable Fishery in NZ

Locally Grown Grains

Our kitchen served up 4 dishes which to hero these topics; A fish dish which utilises the whole fish sourced directly from the fisher who caught it, celebrating The Kai Ika Project*. A dish that heroes Canterbury/NZ grown grains & a dessert featuring wild food or produce grown in community gardens.

We have some special ideas about how to make the ‘plates talk’ and this is what we'll be crowd sourcing for. The money will go towards design, signage, set-up, plates and tees as well as covering any food costs.

Support us and you can help create a sustainable future for New Zealand Food.

*The Kai Ika Project collects unwanted fish heads and frames and shares them with an appreciate local community who revere them for what they are, a true delicacy. For more info head to www.thekaikaproject.co.nz

                         

                       

                   

 

 

 

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Pledgers 51

Megan Corbett
2019-02-24 20:48:09 +1300
Megan Corbett
2019-02-24 20:28:11 +1300
Maty Johns
2019-02-24 16:52:54 +1300

"Great Initiative! Love to support NZFood"

Ashleigh Payne
2019-02-24 15:14:11 +1300
Sel Leigh
2019-02-24 14:31:38 +1300
Helen Jackson
2019-02-24 11:20:36 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2019-02-24 08:24:46 +1300

"#KnowYourFisher"

Louise Landess
2019-02-23 17:02:55 +1300
Niva
2019-02-23 16:43:53 +1300

"Go eat NZ"

Sophie
2019-02-23 13:14:19 +1300

"All the a best team, such a fantastic project! "

Michelle Jones
2019-02-23 10:47:32 +1300
Scott Macindoe
2019-02-23 06:11:57 +1300
Ayla
2019-02-22 21:24:41 +1300
Mike Saunders
2019-02-22 21:06:03 +1300
Janice
2019-02-22 19:42:53 +1300
Stephen Mccarthy
2019-02-22 18:24:07 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2019-02-22 18:17:46 +1300
Heidi Quinn
2019-02-22 10:52:59 +1300
Mark Dobson
2019-02-21 18:55:06 +1300
Melissa Koh
2019-02-21 15:47:43 +1300
Nicola Galloway
2019-02-21 10:58:54 +1300

"A wonderful initiative to shine a light on NZ food!"

Eric Pateman
2019-02-20 04:49:43 +1300
Sam Woolford
2019-02-19 15:20:14 +1300
anna
2019-02-19 12:21:36 +1300
Anna Flowerday
2019-02-18 17:00:18 +1300

"Keep up the great work Eat NZ! This is an amazing push for us all to ask more questions about where our food is from & how it was farmed"

Anonymous pledger
2019-02-18 13:53:28 +1300
Nicki Williams
2019-02-17 10:30:46 +1300

"Such a fantastic idea, I really hope you reach the target so you can put it into action!"

Anonymous pledger
2019-02-15 17:07:37 +1300
Curious Croppers
2019-02-14 16:40:55 +1300
Anake Goodall
2019-02-14 02:44:23 +1300

Followers 2

Followers of Eat New Zealand presents Talking Plates

Eat New Zealand Presents Talking Plates

Project 2019-01-15 09:18:04 +1300

Eat New Zealand is a collective of New Zealand's chefs, producers, media, tourism and event operators, who have all been inspired to create a national platform to promote and champion our best food, drink, and culinary tourism opportunities. You can learn about us at www.eatnewzealand.nz or follow us on IG: @eat.newzealand

Basically, we're a New Zealand Food Movement! Our vision is for New Zealand to become the world’s premium food destination. We have a major focus on supporting and encouraging sustainable food systems to get us to that goal. We believe we have a natural environment that supports these aims but we have to work together to protect it, and the food resources that come from it.

For that reason we’ve created ‘Talking Plates’. Talking Plates is a pop-up kitchen that will travel around events & festivals up & down NZ to dish-up discussion (and delicious food) to the public. We want to get people thinking about what they can do personally to change the way we grow/catch, purchase and prepare our food.

Talking Plates launched at Christchurch Festival Nostalgia on February 16th. Where we had three of that regions cleverest young chefs cooking for everyone; Alex Davies from Gatherings, Aliesha Gabrielle from Fresh Press Pizza and Carlos Rodriguez from 27 Steps. We started by focussing on three Eat New Zealand themes from our recent #FoodHui;

Food Resilience

A Sustainable Fishery in NZ

Locally Grown Grains

Our kitchen served up 4 dishes which to hero these topics; A fish dish which utilises the whole fish sourced directly from the fisher who caught it, celebrating The Kai Ika Project*. A dish that heroes Canterbury/NZ grown grains & a dessert featuring wild food or produce grown in community gardens.

We have some special ideas about how to make the ‘plates talk’ and this is what we'll be crowd sourcing for. The money will go towards design, signage, set-up, plates and tees as well as covering any food costs.

Support us and you can help create a sustainable future for New Zealand Food.

*The Kai Ika Project collects unwanted fish heads and frames and shares them with an appreciate local community who revere them for what they are, a true delicacy. For more info head to www.thekaikaproject.co.nz

                         

                       

                   

 

 

 

Comments

Hey! Thanks for checking out this project.

We haven't made any updates yet, follow us if you want to be notified when we do.

Megan Corbett
2019-02-24 20:48:09 +1300
Megan Corbett
2019-02-24 20:28:11 +1300
Maty Johns
2019-02-24 16:52:54 +1300

"Great Initiative! Love to support NZFood"

Ashleigh Payne
2019-02-24 15:14:11 +1300
Sel Leigh
2019-02-24 14:31:38 +1300
Helen Jackson
2019-02-24 11:20:36 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2019-02-24 08:24:46 +1300

"#KnowYourFisher"

Louise Landess
2019-02-23 17:02:55 +1300
Niva
2019-02-23 16:43:53 +1300

"Go eat NZ"

Sophie
2019-02-23 13:14:19 +1300

"All the a best team, such a fantastic project! "

Michelle Jones
2019-02-23 10:47:32 +1300
Scott Macindoe
2019-02-23 06:11:57 +1300
Ayla
2019-02-22 21:24:41 +1300
Mike Saunders
2019-02-22 21:06:03 +1300
Janice
2019-02-22 19:42:53 +1300
Stephen Mccarthy
2019-02-22 18:24:07 +1300
Anonymous pledger
2019-02-22 18:17:46 +1300
Heidi Quinn
2019-02-22 10:52:59 +1300
Mark Dobson
2019-02-21 18:55:06 +1300
Melissa Koh
2019-02-21 15:47:43 +1300
Nicola Galloway
2019-02-21 10:58:54 +1300

"A wonderful initiative to shine a light on NZ food!"

Eric Pateman
2019-02-20 04:49:43 +1300
Sam Woolford
2019-02-19 15:20:14 +1300
anna
2019-02-19 12:21:36 +1300
Anna Flowerday
2019-02-18 17:00:18 +1300

"Keep up the great work Eat NZ! This is an amazing push for us all to ask more questions about where our food is from & how it was farmed"

Anonymous pledger
2019-02-18 13:53:28 +1300
Nicki Williams
2019-02-17 10:30:46 +1300

"Such a fantastic idea, I really hope you reach the target so you can put it into action!"

Anonymous pledger
2019-02-15 17:07:37 +1300
Curious Croppers
2019-02-14 16:40:55 +1300
Anake Goodall
2019-02-14 02:44:23 +1300

Followers of Eat New Zealand presents Talking Plates

This campaign was successful and got its funding on 24/02/2019 at 9:00 PM.