Guests at the FEAST Celebration Dinner on June 30 will enjoy a sumptuous banquet of food cooked using ingredients sourced from the Scenic Rim. Buy your tickets now.
FEAST Celebration Dinner Producer’s List
Antipasto Platters featuring:
• Olives, dukkah and olive oil from Scenic Rim Olives
• Eggplants from Canungra State School
• Smallgoods from Elite Meats Boonah
• Antipasto tartlets featuring relishes from Kent’s Produce Kalbar
• Goat’s Cheese tartlets featuring from Witches Chase Cheese Tamborine Mountain
• Bread sticks from Bakers of Aratula
Entree – Pumpkin, Carrot & Sage Soup
• Pumpkin from Dale Mahoney Canungra
• Carrots from Moffatts at Aratula
• Sage from Canungra State School
• Bread from Bakers of Aratula
• Spit Roasted Pork from Christoffel Quality Meats Gleneagle, sourced from Sirrett Piggery at Christmas Creek
• Rathdowney Blondes beef slow braised in Sarabah Estate cab sav
• Roasted dutch carrots from Kalfresh at Kalbar and beetroot from Abbotts at Tarome
• Baked balsamic potatoes from Dale Mahoney at Canungra and onions from Abbotts at Tarome
• Seasonal Greens supplied by The Green Shed at Tamborine and broccoli from The Gibb Brothers at Peak Crossing
• Orange, cinnamon & macadamia syrup cake with cream & liqueur custard, featuring local oranges, liqueur from the Tamborine Mountain Distillery and Greenlee Farms macadamias
• Cheese Platters featuring cheeses from Towri Sheep Cheeses at Allenview
• Tea & Coffee from the Tamborine Mountain Coffee Plantation and Tamborine Tea.
All dairy products used on the night will be sourced from brands which support Scenic Rim dairy farmers.
The Aratula Community Centre is providing a cash bar, offering just a small sample of the excellent wines to be found in the Scenic Rim. Beer, spirit mixes and soft drinks are available. Funds raised will go towards the ongoing improvements of the Aratula Community Centre.
Verdelho 2012 – Normanby Wines – Harrisville
This elegant wine has an amazing nose of tropical fruit, citrus and orange blossom. One sip, just one sip, and you can experience those beautifully well-balanced mouth-watering flavours that gently linger and entice another sip, yes, just one more sip.
Rose Shiraz Hard Yards 2010 – Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard – Boonah
The Rose Shiraz Hard Yards is named to reflect the hard yards that are required to establish a vineyard, grow quality grapes, make fine wine, and operate a cellar door. An easy drinking rose.
Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 – Sarabah Estate Vineyard – Sarabah
Blackberry and blackcurrant are nicely rounded on the palate with a combination of French and American Oak to produce a delicate Cabernet Sauvignon that would seduce any red meat dish.
Merlot Rose – Sarabah Estate Vineyard – Sarabah
Made from local, Estate grown Merlot grapes, in the style of a white wine, this a contemporary style wine to proudly recommend as local and enjoy the interesting food pairing opportunities. The nose exhibits strawberries and fruity characters on the palate, leaving you wanting more…
The Famous Bunyip Port Bunjurgen Estate Vineyard – Boonah
Complimentary with Dessert
This iconic local fortified red is made from Shiraz grapes and an aged focus in the Barrel Room process, which imparts a marvellous finish. The Famous Bunyip Fortified Red reflects time and patience in its production. The traditional Solera method of progressive vintage aging and blending is used, a technique over 3 centuries old.
Find out more about all of the Eat Local Week events and book tickets for the Feast Celebration Dinner at www.eatlocalweek.com.au
Tickets are $40 and include a three-course meal, live entertainment and a drink on arrival.