Our big­gest Orange FOOD Week event ever!

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THE WEATHER turned out and so did our read­ers, with a record num­ber of attt­ten­dees soak­ing up the sunny at­mos­phere of our ninth an­nual Pro­duc­ers’ Lunch at Orange FOOD Week. Upon ar­rival at Nash­dale Hall, guests sam­pled the wares of lo­cal pro­duc­ers at the small farm­ers’ mar­ket, which offf­fered a unique op­por­tu­nity to hear some of the won­der­ful sto­ries be­hind the food. In­side, the two-course lunch (with a pro­duc­ers’ plate the cen­tre­piece) was en­joyed with lo­cal wines on long ta­bles dec­o­rated with sea­sonal blooms. Don’t miss out on book­ing ahead for next year — our very spe­cial 10th an­niver­sary lunch!

CLOCK­WISE, FROM TOP LEFT Flow­ers from Botan­ica Flora on the ta­ble at the an­nual Coun­try Style Pro­duc­ers’ Lunch at Orange FOOD Week; Jas­min Bond’s Green­trees Gourmet Pre­serves; Coun­try Style ed­i­tor-in-chief Vic­to­ria Carey with event or­gan­iser Cath Thomp­son from Me‘n’us Cater­ing; Skye Bragg, Annabel Dun­lop and Tina Huff chat­ting be­fore the lunch sit­ting; Sally Blair with lo­cal eggs and ap­ple juice from Hill­side Har­vest in Borenore; award-win­ning pros­ecco from See Saw Wines; Fiona Schofield of Fresh Fod­der shar­ing her dips; apples from Nash­dale’s Thorn­brook Orchard; Ni­cole Wor­land from Tonic Restau­rant in Millthorpe.

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