Chef and slow food advocate, Terri Taylor, has been living on Tamborine Mountain for nine years.
For the past six she has run her popular Tamborine Mountain Cooking School from her scenic home.
She knows the local producers and farmers well and is in love with the range of fresh, in-season produce that’s available on her doorstep.
During Eat Local Week as well as offering her popular cooking classes Terri is inviting food lovers to jump on a bus with her and take a tour of her beloved village.
The Tamborine Mountain Food, Wine & Producers Trail on Saturday June 25, will start with morning tea of coffee and rhubarb cake. First stop will be to visit Di and Bill Brauer, the organic farmers who co-ordinate The Green Shed Markets. A second stop at the Golf Course Organic Farm will provide plenty of opportunity to taste and buy just picked, in-season produce.
The tour will then pull into to the Witches Falls Winery for a guided tasting and canapés before returning to Terri’s home for a relaxed cooking class and lazy lunch.
On the menu? Avocadoes, cheese soufflé, rhubarb and macadamia dessert and whatever else Terri has foraged during the day.
There’s 16 spots on the tour and they’re filling fast.
It’s on Saturday June 25 and tickets are $99.
Find out more at www.tamborinecookingschool.com.au