Forage to Feast Lakeside, November 18

Forage to Feast Lakeside, November 18

125.00

Learn how to find, cook and style wild food

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Forage to Feast Lakeside

An edible adventure that sees a collaboration between renowned forager and environmental educator Diego Bonetto and stylist, designer, foodie and weed convert Marnee Fox.

Building on Diego's much-loved weed foraging workshops, the pair are taking the food found on the foraging tour to the table.
In collaboration with stylist and food creative Marnee Fox, not only will you learn how to identify the food growing in your own backyard, Marnee will teach us how to use these edible plants in delicious recipes and create a magazine-worthy presentation that will wow your guests at your next dinner party.

Included in this exciting 3,5-hour edible adventure you will:

         •       Learn to positively identify up to 15 common edible plants found in the local area
         •       How they have been used for food, craft and natural remedies
         •       Hear the old quirky and fun stories from all over the world
         •       Free copy of Diego's Foragers Guide, which will help you identify these plants in your own backyard
         •       A light degustation at our beautifully styled long table of delicious foods utilising some of the plants found on your walk
         •       Learn how you can recreate these recipes and style a dinner party for yourself
         •       Receive  PDFs of all the recipes with added notes emailed straight to your inbox

Marnee will also share her insights into where to source items to style your table and how to utilize foraged plants to create the perfect dinner party setting with upcycled finds and creative table decor.

This is a leave-no-trace event fostering respect and appreciation for what nature offers us.

Date:  18th November 2018, 10 am to 13:30 pm

Cost:  $125 per person

Location: Meet at Jamieson Park carpark, The Esplanade, Narrabeen.
Next to Jamison Park Paddle Club.

This event caters to a limited number of guests so the best experience is assured.
Menu details will be finalised closer to the event. 
Please note this event is a vegetarian feast and that some items on the menu do contain eggs and dairy. If you have any food allergies or specific dietary requirements please contact us prior to booking your tickets to make sure the menu is a good fit for you. Please send queries to info@diegobonetto.com

About your hosts

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Diego is an edible weeds advocate based in Sydney, most famous for his offering of urban foraging workshops. Building on the knowledge acquired while growing up on a farm in Italy, Diego introduce people to the ever-present food and medicine plants that surround us. He collaborates extensively with chefs, herbalists, environmentalists and cultural workers promoting new understanding of what the environment has to offer. You see weed, Diego sees food.
Diego has received a substantial amount of media including a Gardening Australia appearance, articles on Marie Claire, GQ Australia, SMH, and segments on ABC and SBS.

Wild Food Map: wildfood.in
Facebook: www.facebook.com/WildStories
Web: www.diegobonetto.com

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Marnee Fox is a Sydney based creative working as an interior design consultant and stylist. Marnee’s extensive and varied background spanning art, fashion and hospitality enables her to merge disciplines and create layered experiences utilizing space, aesthetics, taste and environment.
See her website here: www.marneefox.com


Cancellation policy: This is an all-weather event and we will cancel only in the case of heavy rain or strong wind, in which case we would issue a full refund or offer an alternative date for your bookings.
No Refund Policy: Due to the nature of the event we will not issue any refunds for unused tickets sold. Please make sure you are available to attend before you finalise your booking. If by any unforeseen circumstances you can no longer participate you can pass the booking onto someone else and let them know we will welcome them as much as we would welcome you.


We would like to acknowledge the Gai-mariagal people and their descendant as the original custodians of the land where this workshop will take place, and we pay respect to elders past, present and future. May your wisdom thrive.