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Alice desert festival : official program

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Title

Alice desert festival : official program

Creator

Red Hot Arts Central Australia

Collection

Alice desert festival; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Alice desert festival

Date

2010

Notes

Date:2010; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT); This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Festivals -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs

Publisher name

Red Hot Arts Central Australia

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Series

Alice desert festival

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Red Hot Arts Central Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/247566

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/575461

Related items

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/575459

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22 Alice Desert Festival 2010 Alice Desert Festival 2010 23 WILDBUSHFOODSWILD BUSHFOODS Local fare is centre stage in the Alice Desert Festivals Pod. Celebrating the theme of bushfoods, wildfoods and other local produce from Central Australia, this Harvest Fare will showcase the best of the region with displays, tastings, cooking demonstrations, workshops and bush medicine. Dont miss part one of the recipe competition, when local foodies of all ages will cook up a storm before a panel of judges, for a chance to become an award winning recipe maker! ...celebrating bushfoods, wildfoods and other A chef of over 30 years experience and founder of the Red Ochre Restaurants, Andrew Fielke is widely regarded as Australias leading chef and authority on preparing innovative Australian Native Cuisine. He is renowned internationally for his pioneering work since 1985 with Australias Indigenous foods. After leaving Red Ochre in 2001, he has travelled extensively promoting his unique cuisine style and presenting numerous TV segments on Australian Food & Wine on ABCs Asia Pacific Satellite Channel & Foxtel. In 2010 its all about participation and innovation with Alice on the Menu, where our restaurants and eating houses put their creativity and skills to the test. Let your taste buds be tantalised by festival dishes across town during the month of September, where the challenge is to create a dish (or dishes) to showcase our bushfoods, wildfoods and local produce. Check the website for participating outlets and be in the running to win a prize for the best diner review. Alice On The Menu Harvest Fare Month of September Participating ou tlets: www.wildbus hfoods.com.au 10am4pm Sun 12 Se pt The Pod, Anzac Oval Bushfoods Recipe Competition Now in its sixth year, this exciting event has captured the hearts and mouths of local foodies, gained worldwide media attention, and wooed the tastebuds of renowned chefs Maggie Beer and Stephanie Alexander. With a focus on creative use of ingredients, this is your chance to try your hand at utilising our unique bushfoods, wildfoods and other local fare to create an award winning recipe! With only two opportunities to get involved, youll need to get in quick. This event is open to all ages and abilities, so get involved in the name of fun, food and innovation! Entry forms available from Afghan Traders, Bean Tree Cafe, RedHOT Arts & www.wildbushfoods.com.au Heat 1: 10am onwar d Sun 12 Sept Harvest Fare, The Pod, Anzac Oval, W ills Tce Heat 2: 10am onwar d Sat18 Sept DesertSMART Eco Fa ir, Olive Pink Bot anic Garden, Tunck s Rd local produce of Central Australia... Chefs love showing off their talents, and one of the ways in which they can best do this is by offering a degustation menu, literally, a multi-course tasting menu in which in a single meal, diners sample as many as ten or twelve different courses. These types of menus offer a challenge to any serious chef and also offer an excellent opportunity for diners, because you get, in a single meal, to sample a broad range of the dishes offered by that particular chef. Celebrated native foods chef, Andrew Fielke will produce a spectacular selection of courses, designed to exhibit the very best of Australian Wild and Bush Foods. These menus typically take about 2 to 3 hours to complete. The courses have been designed to be much smaller than on the la carte menu and you eat them over a longer time, so you should never feel too full. The objective is to experience a range of tastes, aromas, and textures and finish feeling satisfied, happy and extremely content. Would you love to take your interest and expertise in bush foods to the next level? Andrew Fielke will guide you there at this hands-on workshop. Get tips, stories and new techniques at this 4.5hour session with the guru. All ingredients provided. BYO Apron, chopping board, knife and bottle of wine. We will eat what we have cooked for dinner. Bookings: bushfoods@redhotarts.com.au Andrew Fielke Gala Dinner 5pm- 9pm, Sun 19 S ept Madigans Restauran t, Alice Springs D esert Park Cost: $120 Bookin gs: Madigans - 895 1 8750 Wild Bush Foods Degustation Wild Bushfoods Cooking Class with Andrew Fielke 3pm-7.30pm Sat 18 Sept Kungkas Can Cook, Diarama Village, L arapinta Drive. $75 strictly lim ited numbers


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