Good Food and Wine Show
Prepare your tastebuds and get ready to loosen up your belt, the Good Food and Wine Show will be hitting Sydney's Olympic Park for three days starting August 5.
By Benjamen Judd
Starting on Friday August 5 and wrapping up on Sunday August 7, the Good Food and Wine Show will be turning Sydney's Olympic Park into a smorgasbord of tantalising tastes and aromas.
Hundreds of stalls with unique, fresh offerings inspired by flavours from around the world will be set up for you to try as you wander through the showgrounds. Everything from traditional Asian street food to gourmet deserts will be available so try not to fill up early on if you can.
The big drawcard however is obviously the Good Food Theatre, where some of the best Australian celebrity chefs will take the stage to cook up their signature (or new) dish and show you just how easy it can be.
Kylie Kwong, Matt Moran, Miguel Maestre and MasterChef host Gary Mehigan will all be sizzling up delicious meals that will have your mouth watering.
As far as keeping up your fluids are concerned, there are three options (and why not both if you dare) –The Drinks Lab, presented by Riedel and Spiegelau, where you can sample four different wines over a 30 minute session at no extra cost. This will include some in-depth discussion on how to best choose your grape (a nifty trick to pull out on a date or dinner party).
Brewers Lane, presented by Dan Murphy, where you can throwback some cool refreshing craft beer and experience limited edition ranges sourced straight from the distillery.
And our personal favourite – the Perfect Serve Cocktail. German mixologist Stephan Hinz will take you through the motions of mixing the perfect cocktail. You'll also be able to mix your own and, to up the ante a bit, compete in teams to create the best drink. For all your efforts you also be able to take home a 4 pack of the Perfect Serve Double Old Fashioned Tumblers. Win!
Please note, the Good Food Theatre and some masterclasses such as the Perfect Serve Cocktail are at additional cost to entry and do require tickets to attend.
The Good Food and Wine Show will take place at Olympic Park for three days starting August 5.
To purchase your tickets, head to the Good Food and Wine Show website here.
For easy directions, including public transport, head here.
Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park
1 Showground Road, Sydney
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