OUR PAST EVENTS:
Spice Tour – Wednesday 26th August 2020 – 6.30pm – 9.30pm – read the review
Native Ingredients Cooking Class – Sunday 19th July 2020 – 12 noon – 3pm
Slow and Local Lunch – Sunday 28th June 2020 – 12 noon – check out the photos
Supper of Indigenous Tastes – Celebrating Slow Food Brisbane’s Terra Madre Japan and Slow Cheese Italy 2019 Attendee Experience – includes AGM – Monday February 24th – 7 – 9.30 pm – Milton – read the review
Terra Madre Degustation Dinner – Parliament House Brisbane – Wednesday 11th December, 2019 – 7pm – read the review
Slow Food Brisbane and the Dante Alighieri Society of Brisbane – Member Lunch – Redcliffe – August 14th – 12 noon
Pastured Eggs, Backyard Chooks, Bagels and Sustainable Coffee – Brunch – Sunday March 24th – 9.30 – 11.30 am
For the Love of Urban Farming – Dinner – Thursday February 14th at 6.00 pm at Newstead Brewing Co.
Terra Madre Day Lunch and AGM – Sunday December 9th – 11.30 am – 3.30 pm
Slow Food Noosa’s Terra Madre Celebration – Kin Kin – Sunday, November 25th – 12.30 – 3.00pm
Bees, Beneficial Insects and more. Two guest speakers, Paul Wood and Abigail Makin and of course a delicious supper etc.
Introduction to top bar bee hives – Hands-on Workshop – Millen Farm – September 23rd 9am -12 noon $65 including morning tea.
School Kitchen Garden Lunch – grown and prepared by the students at Cannon Hill State School – Friday 27th July – 12.30 pm
Slow Food Brisbane’s Foodbank Bastille Day Fundraiser Dinner – Toombul Shire Hall – July 14th – 7-9 pm
March 2nd, 2018 – A Taste of Sardinia with Angelina Fadda – a joint DA and Slow Food Brisbane event
at Soul Pantry, 31 Wolverhampton Street, Stafford.
In the Food Connect Shed, 1/8Textile Cres, Salisbury QLD 4107
A WONDERFUL CELEBRATION OF LOCAL BUSH FOOD WITH CHEF DALE CHAPMAN.
Photos from Terra Madre Day – December 10, 2017
At FoodConnect, 1/8Textile Cres, Salisbury QLD 4107
Royal Hotel Nundah.
A TASTE OF SICILY – AN EXTREMELY CONVIVIAL EVENT.
READ THE FULL REVIEW: IAN MCBRIDE TALKS ABOUT THE TASTE OF SICILY LUNCH
Slow Food Brisbane and Dante Alighieri’s guests enjoyed the virtual tour, the taste sensation and interesting facts about Sicily!
The lunch was well attended and Chef Francesco’s menu was exceptional.
THANK YOU SLOW FOOD BRISBANE AND DANTE ALIGHIERI!
Q Roasters: 44, Wolverhampton St., Stafford.
A VERY SUCCESSFUL WORKSHOP – THANK YOU LOCKIE, LEE MARY, RAY AND HELPERS!
Slow Food Brisbane’s guests enjoyed a fabulous morning tea of coffee(s), delicious bagels and scones baked by Ray the Organic Baker!
Lachlan Hosking gave us an informative overview of the process of coffee production from tree to cup.
Old Hamilton Town Hall, Racecourse Road
READ THE FULL REVIEW: IAN MCBRIDE TALKS ABOUT THE CHEESE AND BREAD MASTERCLASS
AUSTRALIAN CHEESE – THE EVENT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!
THANK YOU WENDY AND BAKER RAY!
Wendy Downes, Affineur, from The Cheeseboard and Ray the Baker from Q Roasters, made the night memorable, educational and tasty for everyone present! Visit them, say hi and sample some of their incredible food at Wolverhampton Street, Stafford.
Pullenvale Hall, Pullenvale
Canon Hill State School – sponsored by Slow Food Brisbane
Top Marks to Cannon Hill State School!
The School Kitchen Garden Lunch was a credit to both students and teachers.
Slow Food Brisbane is pleased to sponsor Cannon Hill State School’s Kitchen Garden each year. Our thanks to the teachers and students for the amazing meal and excellent table service! Also our thanks to Mr David Gillespie who spoke with us on a subject close to his heart and ours: good, clean, healthy eating!
Proceeds to Foodbank
Bastille Day Fundraiser – a resounding success!
Thank you to all who attended.
The menu was crafted around the available foods from Foodbank.
Slow Food Brisbane was pleased to present proceeds from the night to Foodbank!
Artisan Yuba noodles, “umami” and a virtual slow tour of restaurants and destinations
To Puglia, Italy for a taste of and talk about Pugliese Bread, Slow Wine from Puglia plus a “virtual visit” to a couple of Slow Food restaurants
MARCH 26 – Felton Food Festival
Slow Food Brisbane members and guests enjoyed the festival including the Twilight Dinner where they were welcomed by Costa Georgalis and a glass of Kingsley Grove Estate bubbly and delicious canapes. It was a truly amazing dinner of local produce prepared by effervescent Chef Alastair McLeod from Al Fresco Catering.
Slow Food Brisbane’s first meeting of 2017 at St Paschals Church, 30 Warraba Avenue, Wavell Heights, 4012.
Ross West led us through a fascinating and informative discussion to gain an understanding about stingless native bees and their delicious honey.
Ross is the owner of bee hives and has been a life long enthusiast of bees and their honey production.