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Scott Gooding brings some Clean Living to Canberra

Jessica Schumann

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Following on from late last year’s sell-out tour in Sydney and Melbourne, the Clean Living Pop- Up Restaurant Series will be touring nationally with Scott Gooding throughout January and February. What’s even more exciting is that it’s coming to Canberra on 29 January!

The chefs at Maple + Clove in Barton will create a course meal based entirely from Luke and Scott’s Clean Living cookbooks at a one-night only closed event hosted by Scott. The cleaning living expert, along with Luke Hines, won the hearts of the Australian public with a healthy food revolution on the hit show My Kitchen Rules and have continued to spruik the message with the bestsellers Clean LivingClean Living Cookbook and Clean Living Quick & Easy. 

In their latest book, the boys are giving your new year a healthy kickstart and curing your junk food cravings! One of the biggest challenges of embarking on a new diet is coping with the cravings for all that fast food you’ve had to give up.

In Clean Living Fast Food Luke and Scott provide delicious and healthy alternatives to the foods you love—whether it’s pizza, chocolate, doughnuts or fish and chips..and the chefs from the Maple + Clove will also show you how delicious and beautifully presented this food can be.

CL_FastFoodGuests will receive a complimentary copy of their latest book, Clean Living Fast Food with the opportunity to have it signed by Scott Gooding himself who will mingle and meet with guest on the night of event.

The essentials
What: Clean Living Pop-up Restaurant
Where: Maple + Clove, Barton
When: 6.30pm-9pm Thursday 29 January
How much: $116.53 per person
Bookings: Purchase tickets through Eventbrite

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Jessica Schumann

A 'rambling ranga' at heart, Jessica Schumann is a bubbly, creative social thinker who thrives on words, social media and an innate knack for sharing stories. When she finds the time to write, Jessica seeks out the beauty in change and the essence of human condition. Varied and diverse in nature, her writing delves into the enviable world of people, travel, food and culture. When you can't find her in a nook writing, just follow your nose and you’ll soon find Jessica indulging in her other passion – cooking – or curled up on the couch with a good book in hand. You can find her over at ramblingranga.com.au. More about the Author