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The Curated Plate Culinary Festival Announces Debut Food Fair Program

July 9, 2019 Dining No Comments Email Email

The Curated Plate, the upcoming destination food festival debuting on the Sunshine Coast next month, has announced its vibrant three-day Food Fair program. http://www.stevecafeandcuisine.com/Guests can see, touch, sip, smell and taste the best of what the Sunshine Coast has to offer, with masterclasses, chef talks and cooking demonstrations, and a host of local and national eateries over three delicious days at Black Swan Park.

Right next door to trendy, bustling MaroochydoreCotton Tree is home to sprawling native cotton trees which will provide welcome shade to an array of incredible talent and experiences along the sun-kissed stretch of the Sunshine Coast. Celebrating the relationship between chef and producer, The Curated Plate encourages guests to immerse themselves in the flavours foraged from organic and sustainable practices.

The Food Fair will showcase local businesses and producers with free and ticketed masterclasses, such as the Spirit House cooking school, beer tastings byYour Mates Brewing Co., and how to make coffee-based cocktails and mocktails with Sunshine Coast Coffee Roasters. Each masterclass will be introduced by Kim McCosker, Australian author of ‘4 Ingredients’ and Sunshine Coast-local.

There will be free demonstrations and chef talks from the incredible stable of international and Australian talent involved in the festival, hosted by award-winning food personality, Lyndey Milan OAMZaiyu Hasegawa from Den in Japan, recently named the 11th best restaurant in the 2019 World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards, will demonstrate his creative and artistic culinary technique on local produce from the Sunshine Coast region.

 Peter Gilmore (Quay, Sydney) and Troy Rhoades-Brown (Muse, Hunter Valley) will share stories of their ‘Own Backyard’ and how this translates into their kitchens, while Darren Robertson (Three Blue Ducks, The Farm Byron Bay) and Clayton Wells (Automata, A1 Canteen) will talk sustainability and sourcing local. Alanna Sapwell (ARC Dining and Wine Bar) will showcase the finger lime in a surprisingly sweet cooking demonstration joined by Jade King of Green Valley Fingerlimes, Joel Valvasori-Pereza (Lulu La Delizia, Perth) will showcase local produce in a pasta inspired cooking demonstration, and Chase Kojima(Sokyo, Sydney and Kiyomi, Gold Coast) will teach the art of fish-skillery with Walker Seafoods Australia.

Over the course of three days, there will be a range of bars and eateries for guests to feast upon such as food festival-favourites, Hoy Pinoy using local products from Gourmet Afrika, and Gelato Messina who will bring their infamous creations to the Sunshine Coast for the very first time. TAFE Queensland will showcase the talents of their highly experienced cookery teachers as well as up-and-coming local apprentice chefs offering a range of Asian-fusion inspired dishes, and The Meatball Company will be serving up a variety of their premium and delicious meatballs. Hartwells and Craftwerk bars will be serving local drinks from Brouhaha BreweryYour Mates Brewing Co. and Sunshine Coast Cider, plus wineries to be announced soon.

Fever Tree, the best tasting mixers in the world, will unveil their Ultimate Gin & Tonic Bar where guests can discover their favourite Gin & Tonic pairing. For the more health-conscious, Coco Shack will be serving up refreshing coconuts. More to be announced soon. 

Exhibitors and producers of The Curated Plate Food Fair:

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Australian Lychee

Baranbali Farm

Barenuts

Big Heart Bamboo

Boneafide Broth Co

Bunya Red Farm

CC’s Kitchen

Chocolate Country

Cooloola Berries

Crafted Bean

Earth2Plate

Electropops

Falafel Baraka

Flying West Coffee Roasters

Frozen Sunshine

Good Harvest Organic Farm

Gourmet Afrika

Gourmet Fudge

Green Valley Fingerlimes

Groundskeeper Willie

GrowCoastal Food Program

Gympie Gold Regional Produce

Handcut Deli

Hello Honey

Hinterland Feijoas

Homemade Bliss

Honey Honey

Hum Honey

Kenilworth Dairies

Kokopod Chocolate

KW Ceramics

Little White Goat Cheese

Luvaberry

Maleny Cheese

Maleny Food Co

Mallorys Torcino

Montville Coffee

Mountaintop Mushrooms

Padre Coffee

Piggy in the Middle

Pioneer Coffee Roastery

Pomodoras Fine Foods

Pure Mill Chocolate

QCamel

QLD Strawberries

Sow Grow Eat

Strawberry Fields

Sunshine Coast Coffee Roastery

Taste of Africa

Ten Acres

The Bear and the Ladle

The Colombian Coffee Company

The Fermentier

The Fresh Chai Co.

The Greenshed

The Produce Wholesaler

Tielka Tea

Tim Adams Specialty Coffee

Ugly Duck

Vincenza Coffee

Walker Seafoods Australia

Wild Forage Australia

Woombye Cheese Company

Yanalla Farms

Registration for FREE ENTRY is available here, alternatively there will be a $5 entry on the day for adults (children under 16 get free entry) with 50% of proceeds going to The Curated Plate’s charity partner Rural Aid.

The Curated Plate is supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and features on the It’s Live! In Queensland events calendar, worth $800m to the state’s economy in 2019.

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