The House of Food and Wine : Day 1

Celebrated international names from Hong Kong and Montreal rub shoulders with local favourites like Dan Hong and Will Studd in this full day of workshops, demonstrations, talks and, of course, excellent food and wine at the Malthouse Theatre.

A day-pass gets you access to:

Masterclass demonstrations supported by Sanpellegrino
Catch some of the biggest stars in food as they show you how to create their signature dishes.

Paul Carmichael, Momofuku Seiobo, Sydney, 12:30pm - 1:15pm

James Whetlor, Cabrito Goat Meat, UK, 2pm - 2:45pm

Kirsten Tibballs, Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School, Melbourne, 3:30pm - 4:15pm

Matt Abergel, Yardbird and Ronin, Hong Kong, 5pm - 5:45pm

Theatre of Ideas supported by The New York Times
Get inside the heads of gastronomic greats and culinary creatives at this talk-style series that covers some of the biggest topics in food today.

Surviving the Apocalypse, 12:15pm - 1:00pm
David McMillan and Frédéric Morin (Joe Beef, Canada), Derek Dammann (Maison Publique, Canada). Moderated by Sam Sifton.

From Quitting Sugar to Fighting Food Waste: Sarah Wilson's Story, 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Sarah Wilson (I Quit Sugar). Moderated by Ardyn Bernoth.

Australia in Asia, Asia in Australia, 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Dan Hong (Establishment, Sydney) and Jowett Yu (Ho Lee Fook, Hong Kong). Moderated by Pat Nourse.

Panel - Gender and Restaurants, 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Alla Wolf-Tasker (Lake House, Daylesford), Shane Delia (Maha, Melbourne) and Shannon Martinez (Smith & Daughters, Melbourne). Moderated by Dan Stock.

Panel - The Power of Obsession, 5pm - 5:30pm
Kate Reid (Lune Croissanterie, Melbourne). Moderated by Sam Sifton.

Sundae School Ice Creamery
Every ticket includes a free ice-cream inspired by one of our international presenters and created exclusively for The House of Food And Wine.

Rosé All Day by Vintage Cellars
Wine-lovers of all stripes can try 12 hard-to-find rosés from around the world in this free tasting. With small group sizes and giveaways included, there’s plenty to be tickled pink about.

Food and drinks (available for purchase)
Belles Hot Chicken
Belles favourites plus a one-off dish in collaboration with a secret international guest

Mamasita food truck
Mamasita favourites plus a one-off dish in collaboration with a secret international guest

The Kyoto Protocol bar by Morgan McGlone and Christian Robertson
A pop-up bar serving low-waste drinks and rare natural wine

Wine bar by The Everleigh
A sneak peek at the new CBD venue from The Everleigh team, opening in May

Add a workshop for $40
Get your hands dirty and keep your mind busy at these interactive workshops focused on future-proofing our food systems. Tickets can be added to your day pass for $40 per workshop.

Root to Bloom - Mat Pember and Jocelyn Cross
Authors Mat Pember and Jocelyn Cross call Root to Bloom the plant world's equivalent of nose-to-tail. Learn how to use the whole plant for harvest, cooking, preserving and healing in this hands-on workshop which will change the way you think about edible plants.

The Death of Farmhouse Cheese - Will Studd
Some of the world’s most loved cheeses are under threat from the rise of mass cheese production. Find out why farmstead cheese could be a thing of the past and taste some of Will Studd’s favourite examples.

From the City to Byron Bay - Palisa Anderson
Learn how to live off the land from Boon Luck Farm founder Palisa Anderson, as she shares her experiences in Thailand and Byron Bay cooking, planting and fermenting her own food.

Moonshine's Moment - Yue Yamanaka Mead
Make (and taste) three cocktails that we could be drinking in a post-apocalyptic world. No power means no ice, lots of homemade ingredients and getting creative with natural processes. Cin-cin!

Tickets

For online purchases via melbournefoodandwine.com.au, a credit card fee of up to 1.7% and booking fee of up to $4.00 per transaction may be applied. Purchases through other sites may incur different booking fees.

Event Enquiries

For all event enquiries, please call: +61 3 9823 6100

DateSat 9 Mar
Time12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
VenueThe Coopers Malthouse Theatre, Southbank
Enquiries
+61 3 9823 6100

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