IN Noosa Magazine guests indulged in a winter feast of heart-warming dishes prepared by talented head chef Braden White and his team at Wood Fire Grill in QPlace.
The rich and famous, bountiful and beautiful Margaret River region has the lure of exotic edibles and bountiful harvests.
Ricky’s has seen some changes over the years, including an extensive makeover giving it a sleek modern look while still retaining its casual, relaxed atmosphere.
Slow foodies trekked up the range to the Old Witta School for a local history lesson and a three-course feast prepared by star pupil Braden White from Rickys Riverfront Bar and Restaurant. The produce was local, the air was crisp and the cemetery walk was sobering!
Hat’s off to Mal and the team at Flux Restaurant and Lounge who celebrated the venue’s second birthday and first Australian Good Food Guide Chef’s Hat with a Mad Hatter-themed feast. The sold-out event was held on two nights and featured the Top 10 favourite dishes from the past two years.
The fifth annual Sunshine Coast Real Food Festival at the Maleny Showgrounds will feature more than 50 presentations by chefs, food producers and experts as well as a new venue that will focus on food writing, food bloggers, cookbook authors and restaurant reviewers.
Winners will be drawn at random and announced in the next edition of IN Noosa Magazine