Liz is an award-winning food writer who has combined her passion for cooking and sharing recipes for many years She is best known for her blog, Good Things, as well as a long-running weekly newspaper column, Stirring the Pot, and The Ten Dollar Dinner on 666 ABC’s Afternoon Show.
An advocate for cooking with fresh produce and champion for Australian food producers, Liz earned the nickname ‘bizzy (busy) lizzy’ juggling the role of promotions manager of the Belconnen Markets with co-ownership of a leading cooking school. Across a decade, she managed a program of events that welcomed some of the world’s most esteemed cookery writers and chefs to Canberra.
Liz is a key influencer, prolific on social media. Through her knowledge and passion—teamed with her incredible photography and writing skills—she educates a wide audience. Good Things, her online journal, gives Liz the opportunity to share recipes and reminiscences, food news and reviews, together with postcards and morsels from her travels. In her spare time she works as a food media consultant, and loves nothing more than cooking, writing, and travelling with her sous chef, Peter. She published her first book, The Barber from Budapest & other stories, a memoir with recipes, in 2016.