Q: Who created Seasonal Sunday Lunch?

A: Co-founders Lorraine Jokovic and Jennifer Jenner are the appetites behind Seasonal Sunday Lunch, you can read more about them here.

Q: Do I have to pay to part of the Seasonal Sunday Lunch community?

A: No way! The Seasonal Sunday Lunch community is open to everyone. Of course any costs associated with hosting or attending a lunch are covered by attendees.

Q: Do you accept content and article submissions?

A: Yes! If you have something to share we’d love to hear from you. We are especially interested in articles about local producers, local and international initiatives, seasonality of ingredients, people who are making a difference and great companies. You can submit story ideas or links to previously published articles here. Contributor submissions are pursued/published at the discretion of the editorial team.

Q: I want to share a recipe / menu / lunch idea with the community

A: Fabulous! We are always looking for great recipes, menus, seasonal decorating ideas and anything else you’d like to share. You can view the list of Content Submissions we are currently accepting here.

Q: I want to find a co-op or a seasonal box delivery company, do you have a list?

A: We are in the process of compiling lots of resource information here. We are always looking to grow the list and welcome your suggestions! Companies do not pay to be listed on the Resources page and inclusion on the list is not an endorsement by Seasonal Sunday Lunch.

Q: I need to find a recipe…

A: We are in the midst of developing an on-site recipe collection but in the meantime we have compiled a list of fabulous blogs and websites that provide recipes by season.

Q: I have a food blog and post lots of seasonal recipes, can I be listed on your Seasonal Recipes page?

A: We are always looking to add blogs to our list. If you have a blog or read a blog that groups recipes by tag or category into seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn or Fall) based on the ingredients used, we’d love to take a look.

Please email any suggestions to info (at) seasonalsundaylunch.com for follow-up by our editorial team.

Q: I don’t cook, can I go to a restaurant for a Seasonal Sunday Lunch?

A: Definitely. there are some spectacular restaurants and chefs cooking with seasonal, local and sustainable food. Restaurants participating in the Seasonal Sunday Lunch project are listed here.

Q: I’d like to recommend a restaurant that should be taking part – can I do that?

A: Yes, we are always looking for recommendations! You can talk to the restaurant and have them get in touch with us, or send us your suggestions here.

If you are a chef or a restaurant owner that would like to hold a Seasonal Sunday Lunch  you can send us your information here or simply email us at info (at) seasonalsundaylunch.com – we’d love to hear from you.

Q: I don’t live in Australia, can I still be a part of Seasonal Sunday Lunch?

A: Yes, yes and yes! Seasonal Sunday Lunch started in Sydney, Australia as that is where the co-founders live, but we hope it will become a worldwide phenomenon – for that we need you!

Q: Do you accept advertising on the Seasonal Sunday Lunch website?

A: We do. Any partnerships are subject to our terms and the values of Seasonal Sunday Lunch. Please get in touch, or email us at info (at) seasonalsundaylunch.com to discuss partnership opportunities.

Q: What’s up with the chalkboard?

A: Chalkboards have always been used in restaurants to indicate a flexible, nimble menu – cooking and eating seasonally requires a bit of creativity based on what is available on any given day. A famous chef once told JJ that a restaurant that is truly seasonal and sustainable will often have items on their chalkboard menu crossed out if the key ingredients aren’t as good as they should be! We thought it was a fitting element to tie into our design.

Q: I’m looking for something that isn’t here…

Drop an email to info (at) seasonalsundaylunch.com and we’ll do our best to help you out!



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