The Scenic Rim’s signature event, Eat Local Month, will showcase local producers and flavours through lunches, cooking demonstrations and more.
My Country Escape will host Julie Frost from Mrs Frost’s Kitchen for four country style cooking demonstrations featuring her range of homemade pantry products and some of the Scenic Rim region’s unique seasonal ingredients.
Afterwards, enjoy a flavourful tasting experience of six mini courses that will inspire your own home-cooking adventures with plenty of tips, tricks and take-home recipe notes.
This intimate foodie gathering will end with an exclusive shopping opportunity for guests only.
These events will be held on 3, 4, 17 and 18 June with bookings closing eight days prior to the events.
Meat lovers will be delighted by the Feast in the Valley held at working beef cattle farm, Country Mile Escape in the beautiful Flying Fox Valley.
This is the ultimate paddock to plate event and a unique opportunity to meet a local beef producer and find out first hand about where your food comes from.
O’Reilly’s Canungra Valley Vineyard will again hold their Longest Lunch on Sunday 11 June.
Experience a sumptuous menu crafted by their executive chef featuring a starter, two share platter courses and dessert beside the beautiful Canungra Creek.
Foodies are invited to dine in the sky when Beechmont’s Binna Burra presents its Parrots Picnic Lunch on Saturday 3 June and to linger a little longer by staying over at this spectacular Scenic Rim destination.
Running from Thursday 1 June, Eat Local Month culminates in the Winter Harvest Festival at Aratula on Saturday 1 July.
Scenic Rim Mayor Greg Christensen said Eat Local Month was the perfect time to enjoy local produce and offered something for every taste and budget.
For more information see eatlocalmonth.com.au.