Sep
27
12:00 PM12:00

Women in Agriculture Luncheon

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The Women in Agriculture Luncheon inspires, motivates and delivers heartfelt stories from women who have a connection with agriculture. The lunch embraces women in a social environment, whilst highlighting topics through amazing and inspirational stories told by women in agriculture. The menu will be created by chef Sonia Anthony of Mason's of Bendigo and local female producers will be the feature of the day to tell stories about their produce, life, hardships and successes while you enjoy a delicious menu with award-winning wine and beer over plenty of laughs and great company.

Location: Port Phillip Room, Melbourne Showgrounds, Epsom Road, Ascot Vale
Price: $80 per person, $75 RASV members, $750 table of 10
For further info and tickets click here.

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ABOUT SONIA ANTHONY
After working in kitchens around the world, Sonia returned to Bendigo in 2012 with husband Nick to open hatted restaurant Masons of Bendigo.  Their ethos of supporting and sourcing all of the very best of Central Victorian produce shows throughout their food menu as well as their Victorian-only wine list.  Sonia's passion and commitment of supporting local has been unwavering with her involvement over the past 6 years in Food Fossickers Inc. (A Central Victorian Food Trade Network), The Bendigo Community Farmers Market and the many collaborations and educational opportunities she presents both in the restaurant and at her Central Victorian producers' farm gates.  She recently published her first book, A Sense of Place which translates those stories and highlights the resilience and passion it takes to grow the food we are able to enjoy.

“There really is something magical about knowing who has grown your food; understanding how it's been grown; and the dedication, commitment and effort taken in order for us to enjoy cooking and sharing it with our guests, family and friends.”

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Oct
23
6:30 PM18:30

Fully Booked Women is turning 3!

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Who loves a reason to celebrate? We do!

It’s our third birthday and we are having a party with some of our favourite women in food involved. Join us at Annam Restaurant for a cơm bình dân dinner, its Vietnamese for shared-style eating reminiscent of the street stalls that feed the workers. Our chefs Jerry Mai of Annam and Tracey Lister author and Culinary Tour Host will each showcase foods of the South and North of Vietnam respectively.

And we of course will be having cake inspired by the flavours of Vietnam baked by Hayley McKee of Sticky Fingers Bakery. Winemaker Callie Jemmeson of Wine Unplugged will be matching our wines for the evening. Plus we will have Hayley and Tracey’s books available to purchase on the night thanks to the team at Readings.

Where: Annam, 56 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
When: Tuesday 23 October, 6.30 arrival for 7pm sit down
Price: $130 pp includes 4 courses and wine
Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/YLVN

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Nov
8
6:30 PM18:30

Annabel Crabb In Conversation | Readings

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In Special Guest, the brilliant Annabel Crabb has created the cookbook for when you want to welcome friends for a meal but your dining table is decorated with a pile of bills and homework rather than an artfully arranged bunch of flowers and homemade terrarium! Come along to hear Crabb and Fully Booked Women founder Sharlee Gibb (co-author Mr & Mrs Wilkinson’s How it is at Home) talk about how to turn easy, basic fare into something of a celebration.

Tickets are $40 per person and include a signed copy of Special Guest. Please book here.
Location: Church of All Nations, 180 Palmerston Street, Carlton
This event is organised by the team at Readings.

Special Guest: Recipes for the happily imperfect host
(Murdoch Books, available 24 October)

If you are someone who prepares for guests by sweeping bills, laundry and newspapers behind sofa cushions, take heart! It’s possible to be an imperfect host, but happily so. The essential ingredient is not, paradoxically, the food, nor the perfect house to host in, but the sentiment you convey when you open the door. Do your eyes say: ‘I like you and I enjoy your company,’ or does a weepy cloud of visceral horror descend as pine nuts burn quietly in the kitchen?

Special Guest is a gentle guide to turning easy basic fare into something of a celebration. For when you want to say to your friends with their spouses and ten small children, ‘Why don’t you stay for lunch?’ without hating yourself afterwards. Learn the lesson of ‘one splendid thing done well’ without regard to the hundred other things, and call the day a success. Pick up some pointers for the modern conundrum that is cooking for people with seemingly incompatible dietary requirements.

Hosting your friends is not about showing off; it is about delighting others. Your dining table might be decorated with a pile of unmatched socks and kids' homework, but that’s no reason not to invite friends in for a chat, a sit-down and something delicious to eat.

Annabel Crabb is one of Australia’s best-loved TV and media personalities and a joyfully imperfect host. Wendy Sharpe is Annabel’s oldest friend, a recipe consultant on Kitchen Cabinet and co-conspirator in mad-capped cookery projects.

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Sep
15
10:00 AM10:00

Food & Words

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A day of storytelling, discussion and delectable food for book readers and food lovers.

New event to our OffShoots Program is the wonderful Sydney food writers festival organised by Barbara Sweeney.

Sydney’s Food and Words draws star chefs, gun writers and academics together for a day of food and book talks. The line up is, as always, inspiring. Amongst the speakers is first-time author Nadine Ingram of Flour and Stone (in a world exclusive, Nadine’s book will be available at Food & Words ahead of its general release); renowned food historian Barbara Santich; permaculture educator Kirsten Bradley of Milkwood; journalist Gabrielle Chan and photographer Rachel Tolosa Paz, whose latest book captures the food spirit of Argentina.

What's included: 10 speakers, lunch and wine, morning and afternoon tea, all-day tea and coffee and a gift.

Location: The Mint, 10 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Tickets: $285 pp
Bookings can be made HERE.

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Sep
12
10:00 AM10:00

Women in Foodservice Charity Event

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Launched in 2014, the Women in Foodservice Charity Event is an intimate brunch that invites women in the food industry to come together and celebrate their knowledge. This unique event provides the opportunity to be inspired and influenced by key successful women within the industry while connecting and networking with your peers. All profits from the event are donated to charity.

In 2018 the Women in Foodservice Charity Event will host a panel discussion covering all areas of the food industry. The panel will be facilitated by Australian journalist and food author, Dani Valent who will lead a discussion with renowned industry innovators including Sharlee GibbShannon MartinezMelissa LeongKaty Barfield and Jo Barrett about their inspiring adventures in food.

Featuring for the second time at the charity event is the Women in Foodservice Awards, run by foodservice magazine. Proudly supported by Fine Food Australia, the awards celebrate women who through dedication, drive and excellence are doing their bit to shape and grow their business and the industry. The awards will be presented in six categories and are open to chefs, restaurateurs, venue managers, suppliers, distributors, waitstaff, sommeliers and the like.

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Categories include:

– Outstanding Service
– Restaurant Manager of the Year
– Chef of the Year
– Rising Star
– Leadership in Foodservice
– Legend of the Industry

Winners will be judged by key industry identities – Christine Manfield, Jill Dupleix and foodservice editor Anita Connors.

Location: Aerial – 17 Dukes Walk, Corner of Dukes and Rona Walk, Melbourne, 3006
Tickets can be purchased here https://www.o-tix.com/event/womeninfoodservice

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Aug
22
6:30 PM18:30

Hetty McKinnon on Family Food

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In Family, bestselling author Hetty McKinnon shares her approach to modern, uncomplicated, hearty and healthy food powered by vegetables. These classic recipes are the multicultural meals she serves around her own family table. Come along to hear McKinnon discuss her secrets to and passion for family food with Fully Booked Women founder Sharlee Gibb.

Location: Readings Hawthorn, 701 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn
Tickets are $5 per person and bookings are essential. Please book here.

 

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Jul
30
6:30 PM18:30

In Conversation | Butcher Baker Ice Cream Maker

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This event is now FULLY BOOKED

Welcome to the first event in our In Conversation series

Hosted by teacher, writer and creator of Phenomenom Alice Zaslavsky join us for a highly entertaining conversation with industry leaders about food, community and the future.

Our panel includes - 

Fifth generation butcher Ash McBean of Gary’s Quality Meats;
Owner of Lune Croissanterie & baker of the world’s best croissants Kate Reid; 
Flavour magician and ice cream whizz Karina Serex of Sundae School Ice Creamery and Tuck Shop Takeaway.

Come ready to fill your mind with ideas and your bellies with food by Jenna Abbruzzese of Our Kitchenette. Drinks curated by Meira Harel.
All welcome to attend.

Where: Worksmith, 450 Smith Street, Collingwood
 

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Jul
29
5:30 PM17:30

Anchovy X The Pot

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29 July, bookings from 5.30pm
Anchovy X The Pot

Sunday guest chef series hosted by Thi Le of Anchovy, menu collaboration with Emma McCaskill head chef of The Pot in Adelaide with an Anglo Indian vibe.

Where: Anchovy 338 Bridge Road, Richmond
Price: $80pp for food (5 courses including dessert), drinks on consumption
Bookings: email contact@anchovy.net.au or call 03 9428 3526

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Jul
8
11:00 AM11:00

Anchovy X Automata

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8 July, bookings from 11am
Anchovy X Automata

Sunday guest chef series hosted by Thi Le of Anchovy, menu collaboration with Sarah Knights head chef of Automata in Sydney.

Where: Anchovy 338 Bridge Road, Richmond
Price: $70 pp for food (5 courses including dessert), drinks on consumption
Bookings: email contact@anchovy.net.au or call 03 9428 3526

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Jun
24
11:00 AM11:00

Laundry Day at Anchovy

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Laundry Day at Anchovy with Alanna Sapwell, Jo Barrett and Lauren Eldridge

The fourth instalment of Anchovy’s Sunday Series, this one dubbed ‘Laundry Day’, with Alanna Sapwell (Saint Peter), Jo Barrett (Oakridge Winery) and Lauren Eldridge (Stokehouse) at the helm. 

The chefs are having a good scrub at the problem of wastage so expect the glory of produce on the plate, from the fleshy bits to the fun bits through to the odd bits. Join us as the kitchen gets creative with the less alluring side of food prep – the off-cuts and the by-products.

The Sunday Series at Anchovy gives an alternate voice to that age-old question – ‘What are we eating?’. From our socially constructed cultural identity through to practices in a post-industrialised economy that champions both self-reliant agriculture and reclaiming produce-specific waste, we are what we eat. 

24 Jun Sunday, bookings from 11am
A la carte menu, Bookings essentials
Call Anchovy on 03 9428 3526 or email contact@anchovy.net.au

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Jun
22
6:30 PM18:30

Dani Valent Restaurant Club Truffle Dinner

THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED
Dani Valent Restaurant Club Truffle Dinner

Dani Valent hosts regular Restaurant Club dinners for her community. To celebrate truffle season, she has joined with the team at Massi Italian Restaurant for an exquisite evening. Prepare to be seduced by truffle-focused dishes, expertly paired wines from Italy and Australia and the opportunity to enjoy all this while learning more about truffles, a seductive, mysterious, prestige ingredient.

Where: Massi, 445 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Price: $165, includes five course and matched wines
Bookings: https://danivalent.com/cook/shop/

 

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Jun
10
4:00 PM16:00

Anchovy X Africola

Anchovy X Africola

Next in their Sunday guest chef series the team from Anchovy have invited head chef Imogen Czulowski of Africola to take over their kitchen.  Africola is currently Adelaide’s restaurant of the year and they feature funky beats with an African-inspired menu of vegetables, grilled meats, flatbreads and pickles.  This menu collab with Anchovy head chef Thi Le is going to be epic, Sunday dinner is sorted.

Where: Anchovy 338 Bridge Road, Richmond
Price: $85pp for food, drinks on consumption
bookings staggered from 4pm until 7pm

Bookings: email contact@anchovy.net.au or call 03 9428 3526

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Jun
9
6:30 PM18:30

Dinner with Nancy Hachisu Singleton

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Dinner with Nancy Singleton Hachisu
Fermenting expert and author of Japan: The Cookbook

As part of The Final Countdown before closing our doors on 24 June, we're thrilled to have Nancy Singleton Hachisu back by popular demand - one of Japan's most adored chefs and advocates of traditional Japanese food - to launch her new book, Japan: The Cookbook, published by Phaidon.

Join Nancy and the Pope Joan family for a Japanese extravaganza! Think sake on arrival, soy pickled wasabi tops, chicken nuggets (yes, that's right), yakitori bits 'n' bobs, pork and napa cabbage, garlic rice and, to finish, steamed apple and sweet potato with soy ice cream, plus heaps more. Nancy's books will also be available for purchase on the night.

Where: Pope Joan, 77-79 Nicholson Street, Brunswick East
Price: $120pp, a four-course feast of epic dishes + matched booze
 

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May
28
6:30 PM18:30

Wild About Mushrooms

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THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT

It's Autumn and it's wild mushroom season. We have called in expert forager Jo Corrigan of Mushrooms Anonymous to show us what she has been finding on the forest floor this season. Eileen Horsnell, head chef of Lûmé, will be cooking up a shared menu featuring mushrooms in every course. Yes, even dessert!

Beverages on the evening from - 
Karen Golding Red Hill Brewery
Clare Burder  Eminence
Tessa Brown Vignerons Schmölzer and Brown
Sally Belford Bobar
Kate Goodman Nikkal Wines

We are unable to cater to mushroom allergies for this event. Sorry guys this event is for women only.

Venue: Pope Joan, 77-79 Nicholson Street, Brunswick East
Tickets: $120 pp (includes 4 shared courses and beverages

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Nov
27
6:00 PM18:00

Women of Australian Distilling - Sydney

In collaboration with Nip of Courage, we are excited to announce a follow-up Women of Australian Distilling event: this time in Sydney hosted at Archie Rose Distillery in Rosebery.  Meet, greet and taste with some of Australia’s most talented female distillers including Samantha Stefani (Archie Rose Distillery, NSW), Holly Klintworth (Bass and Flinders Distillery, VIC), Angela Andrews (Fleurieu Distilling, SA) and Genise Hollingworth (Black Gate Distillery, NSW).

Tickets are $60pp and include an arrival drink, distillery tour, a spirits masterclass/tasting and snacks. Book here.

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Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Women of Australian Distilling

In collaboration with Nip of Courage, we are thrilled to announce our first ever Women of Australian Distilling event: an epic night hosted at Starward Distillery in Port Melbourne,  where you’ll have the chance to meet, greet and feast with some of Australia’s most talented distillers including Sarah Lark (Kangaroo Island Spirits, SA), Rebecca de Burgh (Margaret River Distilling Co., WA), Rachel Reed (Reed & Co. Distilling, VIC) and Genise Hollingworth (Black Gate Distillery, NSW).

CAPI are helping out with the soft stuff, supplying a range of their mineral waters, mixers and fruit sodas, and Caroline Gray (A Bit of Jam and Pickle) is cooking up a fab Mediterranean-inspired meal to soak up the hard stuff.

Tickets include dinner, drinks and a spirits masterclass and tasting. Sorry guys this event is for women only. 

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Aug
14
6:30 PM18:30

Women of Oakridge

Join us at Pope Joan for a night to celebrate the Women of Oakridge. Star chef Jo Barrett leads the team with her creative twist on local produce and repurposed foods. They are embracing the power of the fire using the wood grill in the courtyard for the night. Joining her in the kitchen are Oakridge chefs Sammy Butler and Louise Daily. Wine service will be led by Bec Webb and front of house we have Annie Colgrave, Stacey Fitzmaurice and Simone Berner.

To round the night out we have Oakridge Wines director Ilana Atlas also joining us to chat about women in business, decision making and smashing glass ceilings. 

Tickets include dinner plus wine from Oakridge Wines and Amble. 

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May
28
5:00 PM17:00

Brisbane Meet-Up

We are hosting our first Brisbane Fully Booked Women event in partnership with  Julie Tjiandra of Scrumptious Reads. Come spend a couple of hours with us, connect with like-minded peers in the food and drinks industry, listen to some fab speakers, enjoy cheese from Fino Foods, a shared pot dinner by Danielle Dixon (sous chef, Bucci) and sip drinks curated by Penny Grant (sommelier, The Ghanem Group).

We are delighted to welcome guest speakers Vanessa Pollock (Vanessa Pollock Training & Development), Brenda Fawdon (Real Food School) and Ash McLeod (Alfreshco) to share stories of their careers and how working in hospitality doesn't just mean working in a restaurant. The world is your oyster. Come and join the fun.

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May
7
6:00 PM18:00

Japanese Ferments

A special evening to introduce you to the world of Japanese Ferments led by fermentation revivalist Sharon Flynn of The Fermentary. Sharon will chat to us about sake lees and its uses plus the magic of koji rice. We also get to mash our own miso to take home and ferment. Following the workshop will be a shared dinner cooked by chef Vicky Symington (Loafer) featuring loads of fermented goodies.

Sharon is about to release her first book Ferment for Good (Hardie Grant), it will be available for purchase on the night. Numbers are limited, if you are at all interested in fermented foods this is the night for you, don't miss out!

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Apr
4
5:45 PM17:45

Tales of Travellers and Food Writers

In partnership with Readings we are delighted to announce our next event TALES OF TRAVELLERS AND FOOD WRITERS. A live story-telling evening held at the Readings Hawthorn store on Tuesday 4 April. Featuring tales from...

Saveur contributing editor and author of Far Afield Shane Mitchell (US)
Writer, eater, cook and author of three Thermomix cookbooks Dani Valent (Melbourne)
Chef, cookbook author and founder of Hanoi Cooking Centre Tracey Lister (Vietnam).

MC for the evening is traveller and creative producer Michelle Wild.
Come join us for wine, cheese and stories. 

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Mar
2
12:00 PM12:00

Lunch with Emiko Davies

Lunch with Emiko will be held upstairs at Gertrude Street Enoteca in Fitzroy. The fabulous Brigitte Hafner, chef, farmer and food writer will be cooking dishes from Acquacotta to suit the mood and the season. After lunch Emiko will share stories of living in Tuscany, writing books and cooking followed by a Q and A, so if you ever wanted to know about the world of food writing, publishing and recipe writing this is the event for you.

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Dec
6
6:30 PM18:30

Indian Summer

It's our last Fully Booked event of the year and a  BIG celebration. Come join us to toast in the summer months with an Indian inspired menu cooked by Laura Neville (The Wandering Chef/Keralas Ways), Laura Morgan (Babajan) and Kay-Lene Tan (Tonka). And spices from Lucy-Ann May (The Hidden Souk).

Our fab guest speaker on the evening, talking about our personal and professional Footprint, will be Alicia Darvall executive director of B Lab in Australia.

Each chef is cooking a couple of dishes each plus we will have wines by Avani and rose by Holly's Garden. Advise dietary requirements prior to the event. Please note the dinner will be shared tables.

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Sep
5
to Sep 6

Spice Queen, Rice Queen

These two kitchen queens were last seen on the pans together at Christine Manfield's Universal restaurant in Sydney in 2013. Christine now manages diverse culinary projects including pop up events, mentoring, writing books, teaching and taking food tours around the world. Thi Le is at the helm of one of Melbourne's hottest restaurants, Anchovy.

It is our pleasure to bring them back together for a night of inspired cooking. There will be a bit of hot and sour, lots of salt and sweet and plenty of good times in Anchovy's newly refurbished dining room. Wines from Sutton Grange and a cameo on the floor from Liz Carey.

Dinner will be snacks and three courses plus wines. Advise dietary requirements prior to the event. Please note the dinner will be shared tables with some seating on high stools and backless stools.

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Aug
10
6:30 PM18:30

Ladies of the Vine

We have turned the tables for this dinner...Meira Harel, restaurant manager of The Town Mouse and current The Age Sommelier of the Year made a list of Victorian wines made by female winemakers that she loves. Then we asked the winemakers Sally Belford (Bobar Wines), Tamara Irish (Enigma Variations) and Belinda Thomson (Crawford River Wines) what dish would they cook with their wine. To pull it all together the kitchen team at The Town Mouse will cook their interpretation of the dishes and we will, of course, drink the wines too. 

Dinner will be 3 courses with matched wines. Please advise dietary requirements prior to the event. Please note all seating is on high stools at shared tables.

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Jul
19
to Jul 20

Lunch with Stephanie Alexander

A great opportunity for young women in the industry to hear about life in the kitchen from the legendary Stephanie Alexander. Stephanie will chat about her career... running successful restaurants, writing 16 cookbooks including bestseller, The Cook's Companion and founding the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation which now operates in over 800 schools across Australia.

Lunch will be two courses, served in the garden room at the fabulous Pope Joan in East Brunswick, cooked by chef Vanessa Mateus and the team. DeBortoli are kindly providing wines from their La Boheme label.

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Jun
7
6:30 PM18:30

Dumplings with Angie Chong

Welcome to the first in our series of Fully Booked Skills Workshops, introducing the lovely nimble fingered Angie Chong of The Humble Dumpling to teach us how to make dumplings like a boss!
Angie has a family rich in dumpling tradition with her grandfather William Wing Young a pioneer in dim sim cooking and her mother the legendary Elizabeth Chong. Add to that 20 years teaching Asian cookery and we have a dumpling master.
In this hands-on workshop Angie will show us how to make doughs, fillings and sauces and then we share a dumpling dinner together. Accompanied by Hochkirch wines, a biodynamic winery in Tarrington, south west Victoria.

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May
2
9:00 AM09:00

Yarra Valley Road Trip

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Toot toot!! We are going on a road trip to meet a bunch of cool Yarra Valley chicks.

9.00am
Depart from Melbourne
10.00am
First stop is Yarra Valley Dairy for a tasting and talk by YVD founder Mary Mooney. (Those with own transport arrangments meet us here)
11.15am
Then a quick tipple at Four Pillars Gin, scone and marmalade by Caroline from A Bit of Jam and Pickle.
12.30pm
Settle at Healesville Railway Station for lunch. A long table will be set up on the railway platform with food from Caroline Gray (A Bit of Jam and Pickle) and Georgie & Ceci from YV Refreshments. Drinks will be from our favourite Yarra Valley wine ladies Kate Goodman (Goodman Wines), Caroline Mooney (Bird on a Wire) and Sarah Crowe (Yarra Yering). A few speakers will arise from the table throughout the lunch.
4.00pm
Depart for Melbourne or home...

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Apr
17
6:00 PM18:00

Cocktails and Felicty Watson at Romeo Lane

It's cocktail time and we have joined forces with two of the city's best bartenders Rita Ambroz and Rebecca Baker from Romeo Lane to mix us some fab drinks. Cheers to our friends from Sipsmith who have provided the gin. Sherry and vermouth will be involved as well and to keep the Spanish vibe going we have recruited Maria Kabal, sous chef from Anada, to feed us some tasty tapas. Sharing her wisdom with us on the night will be speaker Felicity Watson, a personal branding and colour consultant, so dress to impress.

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Jan
30
6:30 PM18:30

Italiano with Nicky Riemer and Jenna Abbruzzese

What better way to see in the new year and the first Fully Booked gathering for 2016, than with a Saturday dinner soirée on the terrace at Union Dining. Tuck into a gorgeous Italian inspired menu by Nicky Riemer and her one-time apprentice chef, now official business owner, Jenna Abbruzzese of Our Kitchenette.

We are super excited to get these ladies back in the kitchen together for Fully Booked. Dinner will be four shared courses accompanied by Wines of the King Valley, the Australian home of Italian wine styles. As always we will start off the evening with our intro speed round and later on financial guru Larke Riemer will speak with us about being 'financially healthy'.

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Nov
2
6:15 PM18:15

Movie night with Harper & Blohm

The next Fully Booked event is a screening of the new chef movie Burnt starring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller. Start with a quick snack of Schmucks Bagels in the foyer before the movie commences and grab a choc top for the movie. After the movie, we will take a few steps down High St to Merricote to meet our host, owner Bronwyn Kabboord. Partake in a guided cheese tasting with Olivia Sutton from Harper & Blohm cheese shop, all washed down with a couple of glasses of Tahbilk wines. Taste four brilliant cheeses from female cheese makers including Holy Goat (VIC), Quickes (UK), Carles (FR) and Hampshire Cheeses (UK). Tempted...tickets are limited, get yours while you can.

Ticket price includes movie ticket, savoury snack, choc top, cheese tasting and wine.

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Oct
26
6:30 PM18:30

Dinner with Jo Barrett

Our inaugural spring event will be hosted at The Green at St Columbs and will feature the menu of the brilliant Jo Barrett. Jo has spent the last few years doing graveyard shifts at Tivoli Road Bakery and Movida Bakery and is now sous chef and head of pastry at Oakridge Winery. Enjoy highlights of the Yarra Valley, shared conversation and lots of fun.

Ticket price includes De Bortoli prosecco on arrival, three courses and wines by Oakridge.

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