It is Wine and Cheese Time in Kenilworth at the Kenilworth Cheese, Wine and Food Fest on Easter Saturday, March 26, 2016.
Rediscover the simple pleasure of a day in the country at the Kenilworth Park and Cheese Factory. The Mary Valley’s finest foods, liquors and wines will be on show.
Graeme White, co coordinator of the Food Fest, says “There are over 40 stalls with a great variety of produce, for tasting and purchase. Cheese and wine tasting is available all day.”
There are cooking demonstrations by Chef, Peter Wolfe, of Cedar Creek Bush Food Farm. Peter will fuse native Bush food flavours with Asian and European cuisines.
Graeme also commented, “We are introducing the Paleo diet, from Primal Influence. Get tips on nutritional benefits of the Paleo diet with Aimee and Clint’s cooking demonstrations.”
The schedule for demonstrations is Peter Wolfe 10.30am and 1.30pm and the Paleo Diet 11.30am and 12.30pm – these sessions are very popular.
Don’t forget to try your hand at Queensland’s only Cheese Rolling Competition. This year there are age group categories, the littlies and a bit older, to the adults, with appropriate prizes for these groups.
Veronika Spicer, who handles the publicity says, “Don’t forget the Cheester Egg Hunt for the 4-7 year olds; find the golden egg. Last year there were over 90 children participating, and registration starts at 8am.”
More entertainment for the kids includes Cruizy Camel Rides and Old Macdonald’s animal nursery. Another new venture, is the Easter Hat Parade for all children.
Veronika also mentioned that “Rubatuba” will provide fantastic music again this year.
Arrive early and have breakfast in beautiful Kenilworth Park, with a great children’s playground for all. A lovely day out for the whole family. Start 7am – 4pm and the best part is entry is free.