.FermenTasmania joins forces with TasTAFE Drysdale's Great Chef Series to present this once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from one of the best Chefs in the World.
Fermentation is the oldest form of food preservation and, with the harvest season upon us, it is time to put down your preserves for winter. Join Michelin starred Chef Christian Puglisi to learn this ancient art and get his tips and hints on how to preserve the best of the autumn harvest, naturally.
Chef Puglisi’s pedigree is hard to beat being one of the young Scandinavian chefs to put "local" and "foraged" on the map with his focus on "sustainable" and "organic", a perfect fit for Tasmanian produce. He has not only worked in #1 restaurant NOMA but now owns and runs ‘Relae' in Denmark, one of the worlds top 50 and voted the most sustainable restaurant in the world the last two years running.
Dr Anna Carew from University of Tasmania (UTAS) will also present on 'what is fermentation' as one of the lead coordinators for the UTAS Fermentation Food and Drink Unit
Join FermenTasmania for one of our mini ferment events for 2017. Spaces are VERY LIMITED, so book early.
DATE AND TIME
Tue, April 11, 2017
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM AEST
93 Paterson Street
Launceston, TAS 7250
Bookings via here
FermenTasmania are very grateful to TasTAFE Drysdale for their support of this event along with UTAS School of Land and Food.
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