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A Wrap of the Good Food and Wine Show

Once again the Good Food and Wine Show has swept through Brisbane igniting a passion for exceptional food and wine from across the country.
Thousands of foodies came from across Brisbane to explore the new flavours of 2014 and be reunited with last years show classics. It was a dynamic weekend of discovering new flavours in many unique ways, starting with Brisbane’s best food trucks, internationally inspired flavours, cheese from every corner of Australia, desserts for the sweet tooths and much more. Guests had the chance to learn new skills and tricks from an array of reputable names such as Matt Moran, Maggie Beer and Matt Stone, only to mention a few.
The master classes are always a highlight from the show, learning the secretes behind Australia’s best wines, produce, recipes and more. The Good Food and Wine Show 2014 pulled out all the stops to make this years’ event one not to miss, it would have been a challenge to leave on an empty stomach, with something on offer for every pallet. The Show provided so much food that not even Brisbane could finish it, Secondbite redistributed what was left to community kitchens and charities in Brisbane, ensuring there was no waste and spreading the love for food to those who could not be at the show.
The Good Food and Wine Show has a strong focus on supporting local business and farmers, Buy a Bale raised enough money at the show this year to buy a semi load of hay for local farmers, helping to support their work and development of exquisite local produce. If you missed out this year, not to worry, the Good Food and Wine Show will be back next year from the 30 October to 1 November. This is an event not to miss so mark it in your calendar and bring your apatite.
 
 
 
 

A Wrap of the Good Food and Wine Show

Once again the Good Food and Wine Show has swept through Brisbane igniting a passion for exceptional food and wine from across the country.
Thousands of foodies came from across Brisbane to explore the new flavours of 2014 and be reunited with last years show classics. It was a dynamic weekend of discovering new flavours in many unique ways, starting with Brisbane’s best food trucks, internationally inspired flavours, cheese from every corner of Australia, desserts for the sweet tooths and much more. Guests had the chance to learn new skills and tricks from an array of reputable names such as Matt Moran, Maggie Beer and Matt Stone, only to mention a few.
The master classes are always a highlight from the show, learning the secretes behind Australia’s best wines, produce, recipes and more. The Good Food and Wine Show 2014 pulled out all the stops to make this years’ event one not to miss, it would have been a challenge to leave on an empty stomach, with something on offer for every pallet. The Show provided so much food that not even Brisbane could finish it, Secondbite redistributed what was left to community kitchens and charities in Brisbane, ensuring there was no waste and spreading the love for food to those who could not be at the show.
The Good Food and Wine Show has a strong focus on supporting local business and farmers, Buy a Bale raised enough money at the show this year to buy a semi load of hay for local farmers, helping to support their work and development of exquisite local produce. If you missed out this year, not to worry, the Good Food and Wine Show will be back next year from the 30 October to 1 November. This is an event not to miss so mark it in your calendar and bring your apatite.
 
 
 
 

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