It was a big day for Country Kitchen.
The Australian Greens and Labor have both been accused of using their political influence to push the Government to change the laws, including a new definition of ‘retrofit kitchen cabinets’.
The Federal Government has promised to consult with farmers about the changes.
Photo: Melissa Adams But the Country Kitchen has been hit hard.
The Victorian Government says it is considering changing the definition of retrofit kitchens, which could lead to a big increase in the price of its products.
The Government has set aside $300,000 for the project, with more to come.
The Cabinet Committee on Rural Electrification has also been informed, the ABC understands.
The Country Kitchen is part of a network of four other rural kitchens across Victoria that are all set to open in 2017.
They are: the Country House, in Port Hedland, the Country Lodge, in Melbourne’s North East, and the Country Hall in Mount Druitt.
The former Country Kitchen at Country Lodge was sold to an investor in October.
Photo to right: Country Lodge kitchen, built in 1900, is a former Country House kitchen.
The owner says the country style kitchen is a part of the community heritage and she is proud to have been involved.
“It’s a wonderful place for people to come and have a meal,” she said.
“We have a huge variety of dishes and you can just walk into the kitchen and it’s very welcoming.”
It’s also a really nice way of doing community events and having fun.
It’s a place for children to come to play and enjoy.
“The Country Lodge is the third of four Country Kitchen projects to be set up across Victoria.
The others are the Country Halls, which opened at the Victoria Agricultural Market in March, and two Country Halls in Melbourne, which are now open.
Country Kitchen’s owners said they wanted to build something for people who live in the area and want to take a break from cooking.
The new Country Kitchen in Mt Druitt is the latest in a series of new restaurants in the state, with the Country Houses opening in May and the Mt Druiffs opening in September.
“And they’re not just for a family meal, but they’re for all of us. “
The Country Kitchen and Country Halls are a real alternative to having a family cookout,” she told the ABC.
Ms Wherspoon has previously run the Country Inn at Mount Druiffs and the Northern Country Kitchen, which is a small family-run business. “
This is a really good way to give people a break.”
Ms Wherspoon has previously run the Country Inn at Mount Druiffs and the Northern Country Kitchen, which is a small family-run business.
The first Country Kitchen was opened in 2015 and the rest of the Country Restaurants have since opened.
Mr Wethersop says he hopes the Country and Country Restaurations will create more opportunities for people in rural Victoria.
“People come in here to cook and it is a great place for that, but also for those who want to come out and just chill and eat,” he said.
A lot of people have been saying it’s a shame that there aren’t more restaurants that cater to people who don’t have the money to travel out to dinner.”