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Too good to bottle
Turn back the hands of time and experience a weekend like our grandmothers used to. Impress your friends with organic, locally sourced fruit and vegetables bottled by you in an enjoyable, hands-on workshop in the NSW Southern Highlands.
Steve Hogwood, of the 1910 Bottling Company, runs these fun-filled workshops for Culinary Tour Operators FoodPath, and will be conducting a the next on Sunday August 19th at Monreale Bed and Breakfast at Burradoo.
Steve has a wealth of knowledge and is more than happy to share it all as he teaches you what you need to know about bottling and preserving using the Vacola system. Obviously you get to take your work of art home with you!
A casual lunch featuring a range of Steve's pickles, crusty bread and cheese is also included after the workshop.
When: 10am - 1pm
What do you get?
Tea/coffee on arrival
All equipment required for bottling
Organic fruit and honey
Handouts on DVD
• A completed jar to take home
• Light lunch of crusty bread and cheese - and pickles of course.
Minimum numbers apply - so come with some friends!
For bookings for this event or any of their other activities, contact Foodpath - www.foodpath.com.au
If you're planning a Southern Highlands Weekend Getaway, I'm sure Jill Dyson and Nick Padol of Foodpath could give you a few suggestions for an enjoyable weekend. Afterall, their business is all about Culinary Tours, Farm & Market Tours, and all manner of workshops & dining experiences.