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Margaret Fulton Died At The Age Of 94

News by Krijana Duwal Published on 24 Jul,2019

Scottish-born Australian Food And Cooking Guru Margaret Fulton Has Died At The Age Of 94.

  • Margaret Fulton has died at the age of 94.
  • Margaret’s granddaughter Kate Gibbs said Delicious that her family was mourning the death of her.
  • Ms. Gibbs also took her Instagram to confirm the news of Margaret’s death, uploading a series of pictures of the legend.
  • Margaret was born in 1924 in Scotland and moved to Australia when she was only three years old.
  • Margaret published a number of cookbooks whereas The Margaret Fulton Cookbook published in 1968 being the most famous work.

Margaret Fulton, the woman responsible for shaping the early Australian food scene, passed away at the age of 94.

Margaret’s granddaughter Kate Gibbs said Delicious that her family was mourning the death of her.

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Her granddaughter released a statement to the publications describing her as a treasured mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She also reported that they would soon release a statement in due course and request to respect for their privacy at the time of tragic.

Ms. Gibbs also took her Instagram to confirm the news of Margaret’s death, uploading a series of pictures of the legend. She captioned the pictures writing Our hearts are too broken to respond to your messages right now, but we’re deeply grateful for your love and support.

 
 
 
 
 
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Margaret was born in 1924 in Scotland and moved to Australia when she was only three years old. She is widely known for shaping the food landscape of Australia as a cooking guru, journalist, writer, commentator, and author.

Margaret published a number of cookbooks whereas The Margaret Fulton Cookbook published in 1968 being the most famous work.

With more than writing two cookbooks, she worked as a food editor for Woman’s Days and even had appeared on several cooking shows throughout her career.

For her contributions to food writing and cookery, she was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. She was also nominated among Bulletin Magazine’s 100 most influential Australians.

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