Date(s) - 30/03/20196:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Join us as we welcome permaculture experts Kirsten and Nick from Milkwood for a very special dinner event, celebrating our joint passion for wild foods, fermentation and seaweed and their new book Milkwood: Real skills for down-to-earth living.
You’ll feast on a cornucopia of local wild foods from both the land and the sea.All paired with Oakridge Estate’s very own prized wines.
Going wild, literally, to construct this 4-course one-off menu will be Oakridge’s award-winning chefs, Matt Stone and Jo Barrett—fellow grower-foragers extraordinaire—who will scour the estate and local surrounds for mouth-watering ingredients.
Along with enough culinary excitement to make you feel wild at heart, this special dinner event will feature a lively discussion on the history, present and future of wild foods in Australia, sustainable farming and how to find a little piece of wilderness no matter where you live.
Saturday 30 March 2019, 6:30pm
Oakridge X Milkwood: Wild Foods Dinner
$140 per person
$180 per person including a signed copy of
Milkwood: Real skills for down-to-earth living
4-course feast of locally forage wild foods
Ticket price includes beverages
Note: All dietary requirements can be catered for with advance notice. Please ensure to make a note of any of your requirements when booking.
Kirsten Bradley and Nick Ritar left the city ten years ago with a dream of living simply and within their means. The started a small permaculture farm called Milkwood. Since then, they’ve been growing food and sharing skills wherever they lived or travelled – from building biochar stoves to creating rooftop community gardens to teaching permaculture design. They currently live, grown, forage and keep bees on their two-acre permaculture farm near Daylesford. www.milkwood.net