Lunch, Liz and, Pangkarra – celebrating Tasting Australia

May 1 -8 each year sees the celebration of TASTING AUSTRALIA and this year on May 5th, Pangkarra Foods has invited celebrated author of Lentil Underground and Fellow at Berkeley Food Institute, Liz Carlisle, to their farm.

Lunch in the Company of Liz Carlisle at Pangkarra Foods is on Thursday May 5 at Anama Park, home of Pangkarra Foods, and is an exciting opportunity to hear Liz speak passionately about farmers in the US developing new farming methods and new ways to connect with consumers.

Pangkarra Foods has been a paddock-to-plate leader in the Mid North and indeed, throughout Australia, for sometime and this event will further stamp their excellence in this market. With so many of us now taking an extra interest in where our food comes from, how it’s grown and processed, opportunities like this are not to be missed.

Liz is extremely passionate about this topic so to get an up-close and personal experience is well worth the effort. You will also hear from Jim and Katherine Maitland as well as have a guided tour of the farm.

Tickets for this Tasting Australia event are just $110 which includes a sumptuous lunch prepared by Clare Valley renowned chef, Louise Haines using Pangkarra Food’s own products as well as other locally sourced produce. Clare Valley wines and Pikes beer will be matched with lunch.

For bookings CLICK HERE


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