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her and they all met reg­u­larly to make sure it hap­pened.

They said it wasn’t long after the idea was tabled that the book de­vel­oped a life of its own.

“Deb’s hus­band Brian, daugh­ter Amy, son Joe, par­ents Ian and Jenn and her brothers and sis­ter were all in­volved with the project and highly sup­port­ive,” Ms Walker said.

She said they crowd-funded the project.

“To cre­ate a qual­ity prod­uct and re­mem­ber Deb, we or­gan­ised crowd-fund­ing to gain fi­nan­cial support for this project,” she said.

Around $15,000 was raised within a week plus an ad­di­tional $10,000 out­side the crowd-fund­ing process.”

After about one year, after draft­ing the text, edit­ing and graphic de­sign work, Deb’s Cook­book was cre­ated.

Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey

Robyn Maine, Carolyn Walker, Sue Gil­lieah, Wendy Sier­akowski, Amanda Pea­cock and Teresa Gibbs hold copies of Deb’s Cook­book.

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