A beautiful homestead in Sydney will transform into the annual Spring Harvest for one day later this month and there will be all kinds of foodie goodness like cooking demonstrations and our favourite, all of the samples.
You’ll learn loads of new skills at the Spring Harvest, like how to make artisan sourdough (handy), how to plan a kitchen garden (extra handy) and the art of making your very own cultured dairy products (so you too can be handy in the kitchen). There will be many vendors, showing off their pickles and preserves, salts and spices along with handcrafted as well as locally grown foods.
We recommend that you pack a picnic rug, a few of your mates and then make your way around all of the stands to create your own personalised feast. If you don’t feel like lazing back on the grass, there will also be a Devonshire tea happening in their tearooms. Yes, the homestead even has its own tearooms.
Cost of entry is a gold coin donation (yep, just like primary school mufti days), so it definitely won’t break the bank. Unless you decide to go nuts at the cheese stall, that is.
Check out their website for the most up-to-date details.
What: Spring Harvest Festival
When: Sunday 25 September, 10am – 3pm
Where: Elizabeth Farm – 70 Alice Street, Rosehill
Cost: Gold coin donation
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Image credit: Spring Harvest Festival