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Join kindred spirits for a Sunday lunch with a difference

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Sustainable Table spices up Sunday lunch with native edibles

On Sunday 23rd June Sustainable Table are hosting a unique and inspiring event that will teach us all how to grow and cook with Australian native plants.

Warm yourself with bush tea and wattleseed cookies and take a guided educational tour of the CERES native gardens and nursery. You’ll learn about the environmental and health benefits of growing native edibles and get a run-down of what to grow and how to grow it so that you can enjoy our native cuisine in your own home.

Then enjoy an aperitif and canapĂ©s before indulging in a native two-course Sunday roast lunch – think wild bush spices, succulent wallaby and nourishing native greens. Founder of ‘Outback Chef’ Jude Mayall will demonstrate how to cook with native foods. You’ll also learn how to mix fun and creative drinks using native botanicals and hear from the makers, growers and change makers.

Read Sustianable Table’s interview with Jude on why we should eat native foods here.

Tickets normally cost $110 but Sustainable Table is offering 10% off on group bookings of 4 or more for a limited time.

Ticket price includes a native edibles tour and talk, cooking demonstration, canapes, two-course seasonal lunch, and three matched alcoholic drinks as well as a take-home native seedling and guide.

WHEN: 11.45am – 4.00pm, Sunday 23 June

WHERE: CERES, Cnr Roberts and Stewarts Streets, East Brunswick. For transport options (Bus, Tram, Bike, Car parking) click here.

By attending the event guests will be supporting the work of Sustainable Table and CERES Environment Park.

More information and purchase your tickets here.

Native berry image courtesy of Matt Burke Photography.

About Michelle.Montgomery

Michelle Montgomery is a Sydney-based Content + Social Media Creator for Design, Arts and Food & Lifestyle focused clients.

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