Join us for the Slow Food Spring Picnic at Hinterland Feijoa Farm, overlooking the pristine countryside at Sally & Pete’s property. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon with a three course country fare prepared with fresh local seasonal ingredients. Myrtle, their 60s style caravan serves up a great coffee and the farm shop is stocked with delicious taste treats and gifts. Not to mention goats, lambs and ponies!
SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER, noon-3pm
Address: 131 Browns Road, Belli Park.
Cost: $55 members; $65 non-members; BYO drinks and picnic sets – plates, cutlery and glasses.
To book: Telephone Diana 0408 377 660 or Email
SLOW FOOD NOOSA BREAKFAST SERIES
Slow Food Noosa breakfast talks are held on the last Thursday of the month at Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas, Little Hastings Street, Noosa Heads.
Discover this innovative way of utilising one of Noosa’s most common food wastes to produce some of the finest mushrooms in town! Kayt Wallace will talk about this most interesting and unique urban farms of its kind. And what does this have to do with your daily cup of coffee? Join us to find out more!
October 26 – Breakfast Talk: Wild Forage Australia
Meet Nick Blake and discover what made him turn from chef to forager-to-the-chefs. You might never look at seaweed the same again! Prepare to be amazed by what tasty treasures are all around us and find out how Nick, with a degree in Environmental Science, majoring in Ecology & Conservation, prides himself on his ethical and sustainable approach to foraging.
November 30 – Breakfast Talk: Fraser Island Spanner Crabs
Fraser Island Spanner Crabs are lauded as the best crabs on the coast. Jason Simpson will explain why as well as how the fishery pioneers were one of the first to be certified as sustainable with zero by-catch. You might also get some great recipe ideas – from salads to soups!