Recipe of the Year 2020

Recipe of the Year 2020

Applications are now open for Recipe of the Year 2020! We’d love to see your latest options, simply submit via your eMenu account (http://emenu.qast.org.au) or email the team on admin@qast.org.au. Entries close on Friday 16th of October. Happy cooking! The QAST Recipe of the Year is supported by Health & Wellbeing Queensland.

Stories from a Tuckshop 2020

Stories from a Tuckshop 2020

Applications are now open for QAST's Stories from a Tuckshop 2020 event. We invite you to share your experiences and how you have adapted this year. Stories will be shared via a virtual storytelling event across Queensland on Tuckshop Day, 6th November 2020. Entries close 16th October.

Virtual Classroom Courses Released!

Virtual Classroom Courses Released!

QAST is excited to announce that two of our most popular courses, Pathway to Profit & the Convenor Course, are now available via virtual training.

Check Out eMenu!

eMenu is a selection of quick and easy recipes and menus designed for busy tuckshops. This recipe comes from Emerald High School and is 2019 Recipe of the year.

Tuckshop Tuneup

Tuckshop Toolbox

Click here for a range of fact sheets and templates about Finance, Staffing, Volunteers, Operations, Food Safety and Menu Planning to help you run a profitable, safe and healthy school food service.

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Tuckshop Profile: Cavendish Road State High School

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30 October 2019

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Access copies of past editions of the QAST Members' eNewsletter, Talking Tuckshops. Each edition includes details on upcoming events and meetings, a term planner, current fundraising and grant opportunities, current prizes and competitions, Smart Choices information, food safety updates, feature articles and more.
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Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia are kindly running a 5 week cooking class just for Queensland tuckshop staff and volunteers! You'll improve your knife skills, budgeting and more, from the comfort of your own home or tuckshop.

Class are for one hour each week on Wednesdays from 2-3pm, starting next Wednesday October 28th. We think this would be a fantastic team building activity for your tuckshop team! Visit the link to register: bit.ly/jmofquast

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Jamies Ministry of Food Australia are kindly running a 5 week cooking class just for Queensland tuckshop staff and volunteers! Youll improve your knife skills, budgeting and more, from the comfort of your own home or tuckshop. 

Class are for one hour each week on Wednesdays from 2-3pm, starting next Wednesday October 28th. We think this would be a fantastic team building activity for your tuckshop team! Visit the link to register: http://bit.ly/jmofquast

Jamies Ministry of Food is supported by Health and Wellbeing Queensland

 

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