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Megan Chivers  P: 0437 621 775  E: longtablefestival@gmail.com

KING ISLAND COURIER – COMMITTEE REVIEW

King Island Courier Wrap Up 2016 (Committee Review) – King Island Courier April 2016

“The King Island Long Table Committee along with (chef) Mr Thomas Dicker (Bay of Fires Bush Retreat) has enjoyed the privilege of co hosting the 8th Long Table Festival…”

2015 Long Table Festival Sign Off Seventh Feast (Committee Review)- King Island Courier, March 2015

“The seventh 2015 Long Table Festival was the first time our little festival teamed up with a whole restaurant, Welcoming Pure South on board to share the bounties of King Island cuisine…”

ONLINE

THE AGE – The Good Food Guide (Online & In Print)
King Island – Out Where Lobster is King – Richard Cornish
Includes ‘How to Cook a King Island Lobster‘ video.
February 10, 2015
South of Cape Otway is a pristine isle, famed for its produce. Locals are gearing up for the annual festival.

THE AGE – Traveller

Strait from source – Jayne D’Arcy
September 7, 2013

King Island’s bountiful fresh produce is put to good use at the Long Table Festival.

 

IN PRINT

SLOW MAGAZINE – www.slowmagazine.com.au

“A Slow ethos is about promoting a lifestyle that moves along at the right speed; doing everything as well as possible, instead of as fast as possible. It’s about quality over quantity in everything from hearty food to heartfelt relationships. And it’s about how treechangers, seachangers and greenchangers go with the slow.”

‘The Wedding Feast that became a Festival’ click on the image to read the full article
Reproduced with permission of Tim Baker, Editor, Slow Magazine

INVESTIGATING ISLANDS by Sharon Parsons
ISBN 9780170229555 | Published | © 2013

Book overview: The world’s oceans are full of islands – over two million of them, in fact!
From gigantic Arctic Islands with towering mountains and huge glaciers, to tiny tropical islands less than a metre above sea level, each island provides a unique environment for the plants, animals and (sometimes) humans that inhabit them.

‘An Annual Food Celebration’, click on the image to view the full article.


Reproduced with the permission of Cengage Learning Australia Pty Ltd