It's not very often that there is a Food and Wine event located in the Sticks, so close to home, but this one sounds a little bit divine.
Hosted by Michael Reid Gallery and Gardens in Murrurundi, writer and food media veteran, Sue Fairlie-Cuninghame, urbane and much travelled providore, Simon Johnson and Colin Selwood, Chef at leading NSW country restaurant, Graze will all be leading a day of discussion about food, wine, style and art.
There is an informal dinner event happening at Graze Restaurant later in the evening, and as I can personally attest to the quality of Graze, I know being at a beautiful country pub in the middle of Autumn, will also be a lovely and scrumptious night to remember.
See invitation details below:
"Michael Reid's beautiful gallery and beautiful gardens at Murrurundi are nestled behind the forest, on Mayne Street Murrurundi, at the bridge on Cohen’s Gully. Drive around the corner into Boyd Street to enter the gallery.
10.30am Sue Fairlie-Cunninghame in conversation with Michael Reid on food and wine: trends-past,
present & future.
11.30am Morning tea
12.00 Noon Colin Selwood: Cooking for one or one hundred - the philosophy & practice of good food.
1.00pm Lunch, including Colin’s homemade venison terrine & other goodies.
2.00pm Simon Johnstone: Sticking to your guns - always look to quality in looking far & wide.
Friday 5th April, 2013
Michael Reid at Murrurundi
Boyd Street, Murrurundi,
The Upper Hunter, NSW
Ph. 02 6546 6767
$120 pp, includes morning tea, lunch & wine.