Mad Mondays Talk Series

Mon 16th April, 2018
Carriageworks
245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh
Price: $79
An event bringing together voices from across the food community.

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MAD, which means “food” in Danish, is presenting a series of talks about the role restaurants can play in taking care of the environment. It is presented in partnership between Carriageworks, Noma chef and sustainability advocate Rene Redzepi and native-ingredient champion Kylie Kwong.

This first talk will look at the demand for native-Australian ingredients in restaurants and the relationships between chefs, farmers and Indigenous communities and how together they can create a sustainable future. It will be led by journalist Caroline Baum, who will facilitate a discussion between Chat Thai’s Palisa Anderson, Gayle Quarmby of bushfood-growing organisation Outback Pride Project, lecturer and Yuin man Elder Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison, and Indigenous novelist and lawyer Nicole Watson.

After all that food talk, there will be food by Kwong, Josh Niland of Saint Peter and Mat Lindsay of Ester. Beer and wine will also be available on the night, included in your ticket price.

Programming for more Mad Monday talks will be released soon.

From 6pm to 8.30pm.

More information here.