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29 June 2009

Put Victoria On Your Table (part two)

Last Thursday Bren attended the official launch of Put Victoria On Your Table (PVOYT).  I have previously written about our role in the campaign.

It was a lunch held in inner city Melbourne at Chapter House and the invitation told you to be there at 12 sharp.

The table centers were described as nests of regional Victorian produce.
Included in these nests were our heirloom carrots and our heirloom beetroot.


Also included were Daylesford Organics friends Daylesford Hepburn Mineral Springs Co and Holy Goat Cheese.

I love the look of the long white tables and all that earthy, untouched produce.

Before lunch was served there were some speeches, the launch of the logo and then the movie was screened. The movie was the story of Matt Wilkinson travelling around regional Victoria, picking up the produce to make the lunch about to be served.

And then for the lunch.

In case you can't read the menu above, Alla Wolf Taska from the Lake House in Daylesford made; medallions of smoked Skipton eel, Istra pancetta, remoulade of Daylesford Organics beetroot and fresh horseradish.

Cheers!


4 comments:

m.e (Cathie) said...

LOVE your heirlooms! They look fantastic on the tables.
Looks like he's enjoying his beautiful wine.

beck said...

What a gorgeous photo story! I love the way the vegies are languishing on the table in various provocative poses! How lovely to be sharing the space with other Daylesfordians! Bren looks very happy xoxo see you when we get back x

Jelly Wares said...

Love the heirloom carrots, just gorgeous!!! Sounds like a delicious lunch...

Take Care
Jodie :)

The Observer said...

Skipton Eel!!! Yum!!