Become a locavore at Regional Flavours, South Bank
Absorb your senses in a little slow food culture this weekend at Regional Flavours at South Bank. A celebration of Queensland produce from ground to table, Regional Flavours exhibits the many varied food traditions present within our state, from traditional migrant recipes to native indigenous foods turning gourmet.
Now in its fourth year, this foodie and green thumb event plays host to more than 100 of Queensland’s best food and wine producers. Explore the blossoming new movements of balcony gardening, eating organic and locavore concepts in the aptly named Epicurious Tent, or wander the fresh produce and providore stalls of local makers and growers.
Demonstrating the great depth of cultural cuisine one can experience in just one small pocket of our city, the food tales of the restaurateurs of Little Stanley Street have been captured within the pages of the Regional Flavours Kitchen Stories cookbook. While many of the tales may begin in foreign lands, they come together to create quintessentially Queensland cuisine in Kitchen Stories. From the Blue Swimmer Crab Lasagne at dell’Ugo to the Suckling Pig Ragu with Pappardelle Verde & Pecorino at La Via, sample one of the featured dishes from the book this weekend to obtain a free copy of Kitchen Stories for your own cookery book collection.
With Regional Flavours running from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday July 21 and Sunday July 22, head over to South Bank to indulge your every food whim.
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