Sustainable North West brings 100 Mile Night to Bingara

June 2, 2015

Over 100 hungry people will turn out to enjoy 100 Mile Night at the Roxy Theatre, Bingara on Saturday 13th June 2015 6pm.

Designed to celebrate the freshness, quality and environmental-friendliness of local food, as part of the 2015 North West Sustainable Program – a series of events designed to encourage, inspire and educate residents of the North West to reduce their impact on the environment.

Organisers say the aim is to educate the public about the benefits of buying fresh, local food, and the 100 Mile Night is a series of appearances across the region throughout the coming year.

Attendees at Saturday’s event will enjoy a selection of local delicacies including –
PUNCH
Spiced local lemon Iced tea on arrival

ANTIPASTO PLATTER
Balsamic/Ruby Creek extra virgin olive dipping oil w. Bingara Bakery bread
Feta Cheese drizzled with Ruby Creek extra virgin olive oil flavoured with Beaulieu Squisito
Camembert w. Beaulieu dukka crust w. Bingara Bakery crostini

CANAPÉS
Seasame Rice w. Bayden Mcdouall Asian pulled pork
Dill and Local Pumpkin Scone Bethel Farm Mill flour with Deano’s smoked trout pate

MAIN
Jac Wagyu Beef stroganoff served on pasta from Funki Monki and an Eggplant
Caponta ingredients supplied by Funki Monki

DESSERT
Salted brown sugar and Ruby Creek Honey Fudge
Catered for by Laura Swan of Swan Fine Foods

Entertainment will be provided by local talent with a cover charge of $10.00 per person.

‘The 100 Mile night is an opportunity to share the message of 100 Mile Food with local people – and who better to champion that message than local farmers themselves.

Most people know that local food is usually in season and full of flavour, and has more nutrients because of the shorter time frame between the paddock and the plate. But many don’t realise that it is far less likely to have been in long-term cold storage, and that buying local promotes a safer food supply, and helps the environment by maintaining farmland and green space in our community.’ Mrs Cameron from Sustainable North West committee said.

Limited to x 100 people, people should hurry and grab their tickets from
https://eventbrite.com.au/event/17119026469/

For more information about the North West Sustainable series of events, visit the website: www.sustainablenorthwest.com.au

Further information:
Stephanie Cameron
Tamworth Regional Landcare Association Inc.
P: 02 6762 1733 M: 0428 625 502

Contact:  Forget Me Not Marketing
Tanya Burke
0427 482 008
tanya@allsoppsigns.com

100 Mile Night Invitation