Lick LIPS launch
A Taste of the Low I sles was put together by LIPS and contains a detailed history of Low Isles with a component of delicious food recipes from LIPS members.
With 46 scrumptious recipes that have all been tried and tested, there is sure to be something for everyone.
The free book launch will be held at the Central Hotel on Thursday, May 9, from 7pm to 10pm and anyone is welcome to attend.
LIPS members Nancy and Keith Bevington and Louise Orchard put in almost five months of full- time solid work into cooking the recipes, producing, editing, retouching and designing the book.
Kate Agrum took all the beautiful food photos for the publication and the rest of the photographs were from local people or LIPS members.
LIPS secretary Louise Orchard said there has been alot of hard work put into the creation of the book.
‘‘The members have given us the recipes and put in so much hard work to create this book,’’ she said.
‘‘The book will be on sale at the launch for $39.95 and all the money raised will go back to the island.
‘‘ The first project is to redevelop the museum on the island.
‘‘There are 180 people coming so far but we have room for up to 400 people.
‘‘ There will be amazing door prizes, a guest speaker, slide shows, a free drink on arrival and nibbles throughout the night.’’
Email Louise at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0400 332 903 by the end of today to secure your free ticket.
DEDICATED members of the Low Isles Preservation Society will officially launch a new book showcasing the extraordinary coral cay.
The 100-page DELICIOUS READ: A Taste of the Low Isles will be launched next week