What's cooking, good looking?

Does the thought of food make your heart flutter a little? Are you looking to wow your family and friends with some simple and delicious recipes? Do you want to expand your cooking repertoire to more than instant noodles and fried eggs? Then this cookbook is for you! 

The Student Cookbook will win its way to your heart through your stomach, publishing cheap and easy student recipes which will tun you into a Masterchef in no time. Each year, The Student Cookbook volunteer team elects, edits and photographs the recipes, designs the Cookbook and organises the Launch party. Get your forks ready!

This year the theme is "The Best Thing I Ever Made", so we're giving you the chance to immortalise your favourite recipe. It can be anything from your go-to recipe for wowing your family and friends or the dish you used to impress your girlfriend or boyfriend. Perhaps it's something that has been passed on for generations or a dish that Grandma made for you as a kid. 

Submit a recipe that means something to you! You can find the submission form here (submissions close 5PM, 13 APR 2017).

The Student Cookbook Launch Party 

There ain’t no party like a free food party. Each year, to celebrate the release of The Student Cookbook, there’s an awesome Launch Party where there will be cooking demonstrations, special guests and HEAPS of free food.  Keep an eye out for event updates on Facebook and Blitz for event updates, as this is one party you definitely don't want to miss.

Looking for $$ and editorial and management experience? Keep an eye out on Arc Jobs and Opportunities, as you can also apply each year to be the editor of the Cookbook.

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Meet your 2017 Student Cookbook Coordinator!

Hi! My name is Julia Dankberg and I am the Cookbook Coordinator this year. I'm a Southern gal from Dallas, TX and I love all things baking, eating and messing around in the kitchen. Do you cook to live or live to cook? To some, food is fuel, but to us, food is life. It has the ability to connect each and every one of us through our cultures and experiences, and can even make strangers fast friends. This year's theme is "The Best Thing I Ever Made", a play off of the US TV Show "The Best Thing I Ever Ate", and it calls for YOU to share with US, all of your people at UNSW, your best dish, and with it, its funniest memory. What better of a way to bring us all together than just that? 

2016 Student Cookbook


Food From The Heart

2015 Student Cookbook



2014 Student Cookbook



The Student Cookbook