It’s all about meeting the locals at this years Entwined in the Valley, with over 50 unique events popping up around the Swan Valley from Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 October.
Margaret River’s Gourmet Escape will celebrate wine like never before this November, adding an extra day to the program to celebrate the famed wine region’s 50th anniversary. The festival will showcase an appetising line-up of new events and talent, including home-grown culinary royalty, Curtis Stone. From 16-19 November, the food, produce and wine extravaganza will put the unparalleled bounties of Margaret River front and centre, with a record number of events taking place in the region. World renowned wine critic Jancis Robinson, OBE, MW (UK) will attend many wine-featured events across the weekend. Curtis (of acclaimed Maude & Gwen Restaurants, Los Angeles) will join over 50 of the world’s leading food and wine personalities, including chefs from the World’s Best Restaurants, Andre Chiang (#14 Restaurant Andre, Singapore), Alex Atala (D.O.M., Brasil), David Thompson (#28 Nahm, Thailand), Ashley Palmer-Watts (#36 Dinner by Heston, UK) and Rodolfo Guzman (#42 Borago, Chile). Asia’s Best Female Chef, May…
Come Spring, travellers seeking a taste of the good life will have the opportunity to meet genuine down-to-earth farmers of the Southern Forests.
A special dinner last week marked the official launch of WA Potatoes new campaign – Todatoes – aimed to shift consumer perception around fresh potatoes.
Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge is back again as the headline chef for the 2017 Variety of Chefs on Friday, 21 July at the new Crown Towers Ballroom.
A special consignment of beetroot produced by budding young horticulturists is making its way to the Genuinely Southern Forests Allstates Farms market floor today as Manjimup Senior High School students harvest their wares and send them to market. Senior horticulture students, led by their teacher Mr Andrew Pound, have produced various crops and having reached maturity were looking for options to sell their produce and looked to the Southern Forests Food Council (SFFC) for advice. “The students are keen to learn about food production and understand the supply chain, so it was great to be able to link in with the great work that the Food Council are doing.” said Mr Pound. SFFC Produce Liaison Officer, Anthony East was impressed by the initiative and visited the class to demonstrate how to harvest and prepare the beetroot crop for sale through the Genuinely Southern Forests market floor at Canning Vale. “We…
Award winning Margaret River winery, Xanadu Wines, is celebrating its 40th anniversary over the WA Day long weekend.