$14.95 – Paperback / Melbourne University Press / Australia
Sunday's Kitchen: Food and Living at Heide
Sunday Reed was a passionate cook and gardener, who believed in home-grown produce, seasonal cooking and a communal table.
Sunday's Kitchen tells the story of food and living at the home of John and Sunday Reed, two of Australia's most significant art benefactors. Settling on the fifteen-acre property in 1935, the Reeds transformed it from a run-down dairy farm into a fertile creative space for artists such as Sidney Nolan, Albert Tucker, Joy Hester and Charles Blackman.
Richly illustrated with art, photographs – many previously unpublished – and recipes from Sunday's personal collection, Sunday's Kitchen recreates Heide's compelling and complex story.
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When Sunday and John Reed purchased Heide, now the site of Heide Museum of Modern Art, it was a neglected former dairy farm. At the end of their lives, it was unique among Melbourne’s parklands, densely forested with exotic and... Buy or find out more→
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