A chef’s desk celebration led by Emirates One&Solely Wolgan Valley and The Escarpment Group’s Darleys restaurant will headline this 12 months’s Leura Harvest Competition on Sunday, Could 5.
Honouring sustainable dwelling within the Blue Mountains, the chef’s desk occasion by Plate Up Blue Mountains will showcase the area’s acclaimed govt cooks and their signature dishes.
The all-day occasion options govt cooks, Roy McVeigh from The Escarpment Group’s Darleys restaurant, Nancy Kinchela from Emirates One&Solely Wolgan Valley, and Petrina Kerr from Palette Eating.
Guests can even expertise wine and cheese tasting by Dryridge Property and the Carrington Cellars and Deli, in addition to indulgent desserts by internationally acclaimed chocolatier, Jodie Van Der Velden of Josophan’s Wonderful Sweets.
Plate Up Blue Mountains Chair, Pam Seaborn, stated the Leura Harvest Competition offered the group with a singular alternative to have interaction with among the greatest cooks in Australia from our area.
“Our greatest cooks are attracting guests from all over the world to the Blue Mountains and now everybody has a exceptional alternative to expertise their signature dishes and meals philosophy,” Ms Seaborn stated.
Organised by the Leura Village Affiliation, the sixth annual occasion has native wine and apple cider, herbs and spices, and natural produce throughout 70 stalls.
The competition will once more culminate in a cake procession down Leura Mall adopted a free feast from the entries judged at Josophan’s Nice Australian Chocolate Cake Competitors.
Sponsored by The Escarpment Group, the competition additionally options the Nice Blue Mountains Jam Competitors, solar-powered autos, repurposed clothes, artwork, homewares, and natural magnificence merchandise.