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Trish Davison from Burma in Ya Bella
From Myanmar to Mooloolaba
Burmese food is on the brink of bringing a new dimension to Australia’s obsession with Asian food. Burma in Ya Belly is leading the way toward the future of contemporary Asian food in Australia, producing Burmese condiments and ingredients made from 100% local ingredients.
Trish Davison, the creator of Burma in Ya Belly’s award-winning range said we use Mooloolaba green prawns, cure and dry them to create a prawn floss and use 100% Australian garlic and 100% Australian grown chilli in our products.
Trish received her first Slow Food Noosa Snail of Approval in 2019 for the nationally awarded condiments from her other business The Bear and the Ladle, and along with Burma in Ya Belly, she is the first Snail of Approval recipient to be awarded twice.
View by Matt Golinski
Pepper’s Noosa Resort & Villas
7.45am for 8am start
NOOSA EAT & DRINK FOOD TRAIL
14 MAY 2020
The Noosa Eat & Drink Festival is less than 5 months away and Slow Food Noosa are once again offering a memorable foodie trail that will not disappoint!
Departing from Noosa Heads, the tour will commence with a behind the scenes tour of Belmondos Organic Market, followed by a stop at the the Noosa Community Gardens where you will meet some local school children discussing their School Kitchen Gardens.
The next stop is a Forage Farms tour before heading to the Hinterland Restaurant at Cooran for a delicious 3-course lunch featuring locally sourced ingredients paired with local wines, followed by a short stroll to nearby Bonsai Brewery for a beer tasting. The final stop for the day will be at Amrita Park Meadery for an exquisite mead tasting.