Tasting Australia is a unique international event which contributes to our fine reputation as a gourmet mecca.
The Adelaide festival goes from strength to strength and this year will feature new interactive events, more participation, youth activities, regional experiences and the arts.
Add the dates for the 2012 Tasting Australia into your calendars. 26 April to 3 May 2012.
Some notes from their website.
http://www.tasting-australia.com.au/Since its inception in 1997, Tasting Australia has become a huge international success. The festival is the perfect opportunity for food and drink professionals, the world’s food, drink and travel media and the public to enjoy the best that the nation and particularly South Australia has to offer in terms of produce, food products, wine and beer, hospitality and tourism.
Tasting Australia provides a showcase for the world’s top culinary talents.
International guests for 2012 include Tony Hadley, Richard Fox, Mark Hix and Martin Bosley.
Read more: http://www.tasting-australia.com.au/new ... -Australia.
Tasting Australia festival director, Ian Parmenter says the international line-up will be matched by a yet-to-be-released Australian and South Australian bill which he says will be “world class”.
Mr Parmenter said the 2012 Tasting Australia will be the most interactive yet, with the program featuring special events for amateur foodies and the public.
“Festival-goers will be front and centre at the 2012 Tasting Australia as we have introduced new interactive events and tweaked others to encourage more participation.
“There will be a special focus on youth activities, regional experiences and the arts, which will be served up with an amazing array of hands-on experiences for young and old.”
The full program will be released in February 2012.