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The Crave Sydney International Food Festival comes to Berry!

Hungry for some tips on growing your edible garden on the south coast? Come and join us as part of the Crave Sydney International Food Festival this October.

The event includes a tour through our edible garden, with tips and tricks on what works in this part of the world, canapes in the garden, followed bya 5 course dinner afterwards!

Where: Hungry Duck, 85 Queen Street, Berry

When: Sunday the 28th of October, 4.30pm

How much: $100 buys you a gardening tour and workshop, complete with nibbles in the garden and a 5 course dinner afterwards.

Call us on 4464 2323 or email bookings@hungryduck.com.au

Click here to check us out on the Crave website and discover more exciting events happening around NSW.

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The Crave Sydney International Food Festival comes to Berry!

We have been busy planting and fertilizing over the past few weeks. Our tomatoes are thriving and we anticipate a good crop this year from varieties such as black Russians, ox-heart, beef steak, tigerella and green zebras. Our citrus trees seem to have survived the strong winds of the past few months, the fruit has now set and we look forward to these growing large and ripe.

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The Crave Sydney International Food Festival comes to Berry!

The black angus beef from our farm has been on our menus for a few months now, all with very positive feedback. It is farmed organically and is 100% grass fed. It is satisfying to use the whole beast in our restaurant and a great opportunity for our young apprentices to learn. We have had our first calf, a heifer which will join our breeding heard in the following years.

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The Crave Sydney International Food Festival comes to Berry!

Spring is in the air and the garden is looking great our blueberries and strawberries are flowering sowe are looking forward to fabulous fruit this summer. The asparagus is shooting and looking good we have to be quick and get them into the kitchen and onto the menu before the crows eat the delicious tips.

 

Brussel sprouts are growing well and should be ready in a couple of weeks. Our wasabi is proving difficult to get a substantial root for us to harvest but it has sprouted some delicious flowers.