Learning where food comes from and managing money as a couple

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Fri 18 March 2016

30 mins

City kids are often called out for not knowing where their food comes from. We chat to Ange Barry from Stephanie Alexander’s Kitchen Garden Foundation about how they’re educating kids on the origins of their food and all the delicious dishes they can make. We also speak to Effie Zahos, Editor of Money Magazine, about the prickly topic of couples and money including those hidden run away accounts and whether joint finances are always best.

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