Of Farmers Markets and Food Trails in Australia
If you've been inspired by the popular LF show Taste Down Under, and are planning to holiday in Australia sometime soon, here are a few experiences for the foodie in you. So, this time, don’t just savour the mouth-watering cuisine that the continent has to offer, but take this opportunity to brush up your culinary skills.
1. Bake to Entertain: Summer Edition
Impress your guests back home with a lavish spread of summery recipes. Anneka Manning, founder of Bake Club and author of Bake Class, hosts different seasonal workshops every month. In this installment, her agenda is to cook a great menu which features Moroccan-inspired lamb, harissa sausage rolls, baked side of salmon with herb crust and lime mayonnaise; and complete it with summer berry pavlovas—so be prepared to take notes. To know more, visit- www.bakeclub.com.au.
When: Saturday, November 12, 2016; 1pm to 4:30pm
Where: 30-40 Harcourt parade, Rosebery, Sydney
Sign up for the Mi Cocina Mexico cooking workshop
2. Mi Cocina Mexico
Mexican food is taking over the world. So why not learn to prepare them at home? Kyneton Food Studio will help you achieve that, so register for their ‘Mi Cocino Mexico’ workshop. On the menu is potato and chorizo tacquitos with pico de gallo, corn tortillas, followed by chicken mole poblano with green rice, Mexican corn bread, elotes callejeros (corn on the cob with chipolte mayonnaise) and ceviche with avocado, pomegranate and lime. The session will end with the traditional Mexican chocolate and cinnamon flan and agua de Jamaica—hibiscus tea. Bonus: All the recipes are gluten-free.
When: Sunday, November 27, 2016; 10.30am onwards
Where: Shop 3, 12-14 Piper Street, Kyneton, Victoria
3. Rosé & Cheese Matching by the Experts
Wine and cheese is a pair made in heaven. But to know which wine complements which variant of cheese is a skill that many are yet to master. This session will help gather that expertise. Conducted by wine connoisseurs, you will be served six rosé wines from around the world, paired with stunning cheeses.
When: Sunday, December 4, 2016
Where: Milk the Cow Licenced Fromagerie, The Grenier Room, 323 Lygon St, Carlton Victoria 3053
Buy fresh produce at Shrine Farmers Market
4. Shire Farmers Market
Shrine Farmers’ Market in Sutherland is a heaven-on-earth for foodies. The market has everything—ranging from seasonal farm-fresh vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, gourmet foods, artisan breads and beverages. Through this initiation, the market aims to help and support local community groups and independent primary producers of the Sutherland Shire community.
When: Every Saturday; 8am to 1pm
Where: 150 Flora Street, Flora Street Car Park, Sutherland New South Wales 2232
5. The Theory and Practice of Hand Tempering on Marble
Chocolate lovers unite! Attend Sydney Chocolate School and master the art of tempering chocolate on marble, how to make chocolate slabs, a chocolate bar and a hand-flaked hot chocolate. The class will also enrich your knowledge on the botany of the cocoa tree and the history of chocolate.
When: Sunday, January 15, 2016
Where: Coco Chocolate Studios, 21/1110 Middle Head Road, Mosman New South Wales 2088
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