Sharing a passion for all things culinary
“NZChefs National Foraging Day”
“Forage - Food - Future”
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Please find below the meeting details etc. for this part of the day..
Start time is 8.30am Sunday 15th March
Meet at the carpark just past Dorrie Leslie Park, Queens Drive, Lyall bay, Wellington.
Attached is a screen shot of google maps.
We will start here and then car pool to the other places and return to the start point around 11am.
As listed by the Oxford Dictionary, to forage is to “search widely for food and provisions.
NZChefs National Foraging day is about looking locally at what is available around you and sustainably hand picking ingredients in order to create a meal. This could include catching a snapper, digging for tuatuas, hunting a deer, a wild pig, picking blackberries, seaweeds, edible flowers, vegetables form your nana’s garden or supporting your local growers.
If foraging is something you have always wanted to try but did not know where to start. Or is something you already do but are keen to learn more and meet other keen foragers. Then why not join us at NZChefs National Foraging Day’s, Central Hub. Located, this year, at Le Cordon Bleu, Cuba Street, Wellington. Where we have secured 3 keynote speakers, from different aspects of the foraging community who will share their experiences and educate us along the way. There will be limited spaces on a guided walk with Peter Langlands, informative discussions with our speakers and a wild gourmet lunch created by NZChefs and Le Cordon Bleu Students.
Peter Langlands - Key Note Speaker