Luvaberry Supper Club - Native Bush Foods
Come with Luvaberry on an afternoon and evening of discovery and fun around the farm.
First, join us for afternoon tea as we meet and greet before embarking on a farm tour. We'll spend some time picking strawberries for you to take and enjoy at home.
Next you'll immerse yourself in a bush food feast. Our bush food feast is cooked by Professor Melissa Fitzgerald, who is an academic in the School of Agriculture and Food Science at the University of Queensland. Cooking is one of her passions, in particular experimenting with flavours and textures. This drew her into exploring the uniqueness of our native foods, and as she expanded her knowledge in bushfoods, she partnered with an Indigenous entrepreneur to develop and teach a bushfoods course at UQ. Through the course, she has developed a deep admiration for how bushfood flavours and textures can shine in food. She has put together this menu, which will feature a range of wonderful native foods. She has tested the menu on her lovely neighbours and fine-tuned it for this event.
Spaces are limited, we accept both group (max 20 people) and single bookings.
The event is BYO.
Orange ravioli-native turmeric and kakadu plum, filled with seafood and finger lime balls, poached in lemon myrtle, gently tossed with garlic, saltbush, sage & butter, served with finger lime and fumet.
Emu fan fillet marinated with Davidson Plum and Native Raspberry served with Davidson Plum and NR sauce, potato Gillette roasted with native thyme, native parsley and garlic, and light steamed beans dressed with a native raspberry vinaigrette.
Pink Pannacotta, with native current anise, served with finger lime syrup, a native violet and native 'BlackJjellybean'.
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About Event Hosts
LuvaBerry is a small family farm owned by farmers Adrian and Mandy Schultz – a small fish amongst big fish – LuvaBerry has been producing juicy red Queensland strawberries for over thirteen years. Growing strawberries that taste like they used to – sweet, delicious and packed with flavour.
Luvaberry Farm Ziviani Rd, Wamuran QLD, Australia
0417 741 692