Night Market: Burning Love at Carriageworks
Elvis Abrahanowicz and Ben Milgate from Porteño are bringing a stellar line-up to the Burning Love Night Market at Carriageworks this July. For one night only there will be live music, community stalls, cooking demonstrations, restaurant and brewery pop-ups, and much more.
Warm the cockles of your heart with coal-roasted pumpkin topped with spiced yoghurt by Mike McEnearney (No.1 Bent St) or Palisa Anderson’s (Chat Thai) Sai Oua pork-and-herb sausage served with vegetables fresh from Boon Luck Farm, wrapped in a banana leaf with sticky rice.
The night's curators, Abrahanowicz and Milgate, will serve lamb cooked for eight hours over a wood fire with braised peas and chimichurri, as well as a charcoal-grilled octopus with an ajo blanco and sofrito sauce.
You won’t have to brave the cold for a seaside barbecue with Nick Smith’s (Rising Sun Workshop) coal-cooked shellfish, or try hot smoked fish by John Susman (Fishtales), who will also hold cooking demonstrations.
Dwayne Bannon-Harrison of Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness will show you how to cook using traditional Aboriginal fire techniques, and there’ll be hot damper bread straight from the fire and smothered in Pepe Saya’s rosemary butter.
Wash down the smoke and spice with beers from Young Henrys and raise your spirits with a special blend from Archie Rose Distilling Co.. Regal Rouge will have a smoked spritz with charred plum, and for those having a dry July Seedlip has a Burnt Garden mocktail made with their Garden 108, smoky lemonade and charcoal citrus.