Join us for a four course communal dinner in The Craft Parlour garden as we celebrate the arrival of spring! This event of food & craft draws inspiration from fresh spring blooms, warmer days and the vibrancy of this season’s produce. This homemade vegetarian meal will begin with a complementary cocktail followed by some delightful paper gardening then we will we gather around the table to delight in good food and in good company.
Date: 4:00pm, Sunday 18th September 2016
Location: The Craft Parlour, Palm Beach.
Cost: $65 donation, all inclusive. BYO welcome.
Dietary Requirements: We are happy to accomodate a vegan or gluten free diet, just let us know when booking. Any other requirements please just ask before paying :) Continue reading
Camembert, Triple Cream Brie, Blue, Goat’s Cheese balls, Almond baked fetta, Dill infused almond fetta, Cashew Cheese plus an array of vegan delights including roast carrot dip, handmade falafel, turmeric pickled onion, pink pickled onion, cornichons, walnut & lentil pate, garlicky oyster mushrooms, smokey “bacon” mushrooms, figs, thyme roasted grapes, heirloom tomatoes, olives, falafel, baked apple, peppered pear, dark chocolate, nuts & fresh fruit.
Buckwheat Blini with beetroot cashew cream & garlicky-truffled mushrooms (gf & v)
Onion Bhaji with mint raita & coconut yoghurt (gf & v)
Spicy sweet potato tempura sushi (gf & v)
Polenta with mascarpone & honeycomb (gf)
Caramelised onion, camembert & thyme tartlets
Parmesan Shortbread with ricotta & broad beans
Mini crispy taco with chipotle tofu, slaw & avocado puree (gf & v)
Watermelon Lemonade (non-alcoholic)
Orange, passionfruit & lychee punch (non-alcoholic)
OTSUMAME // DRINKING FOOD
Edamame // Steamed & salted soy beans
Renkon // Fried lotus root
Tsukune // Chicken meatballs in yakitori sauce
Gyoza // Pork & Ginger pot-sticker dumplings
Tempura makizushi // sweet potato sushi
Hiyayakko // Cold dressed tofu
Rafute // Okinawan braised Pork Belly
Sunomono // Cucumber & wakame salad
Oshizushihako // Smoked salmon, wasabi & avocado on rice
Tempura // Popcorn prawns in a lemon dressing
Gyu maki // Miso-cured beef sushi roll
Udon // Broth with noodles & vegetables
Matcha Tarts // Green tea & chocolate tarts
Shannon from Eat Well, Travel Often joined us for our Pancake Breakfast and was lovely enough to write a little about the event and what got me started with Goldtoast Supper Club.
You can read her words here… http://eatwelltraveloften.com.au/secret-gold-coast-supperclub/
Check out more photos of our Pancake Breakfast on facebook and the full menu here.
Blinis // topped with creme fraiche & smoked salmon
Sweet Corn Arepas with guacamole // a combination of a corn fritter & an arepa – a traditional corn pancake
Mini Okonomiyaki // Mini Japanese vegetable pancakes drizzled with kewpie Mayo & homemade yakitori sauce
Turmeric Crepes // a buckwheat crepe topped with rainbow salad & a whole egg
Silver Dollar Pancakes
Kaiserschmarrn // a torn pancake dish with buttery apple
Coconut Hotcakes // with banana & cream
Boston Cream Crepe Cake // layered crepes with pastry cream and drizzled in chocolate glaze
SYRUPS & SIDES
Lemon & Sugar
Rose Petal Jam
*subject to change without notice
Pancakes! Aren’t they the best?! Hotcakes, crepes, blinis, raggmunk, piklets, dosa – so many variations from around the world with both sweet and savoury options!
This meal will be an array of pancakes and a great chance to socialise with other pancake lovers! I’m excited to serve up Kaiserschmarrn or Emperors Mess, a favourite pancake dish of Austrian Kaiser Franz Joseph I.
Kids welcome, we will set up near a playground to keep them entertained and they’ll get a pancake themed meal box with colouring pages!
Book your spot, don’t miss out of the fun!
Date: 9am, Sunday 26th June 2016
Location: South Gold Coast. Exact location only disclosed after payment.
Cost: $35 donation, all inclusive. Kids $10
Book & Prepay: Please RSVP using the form below and we will send you the PayPal link. Your booking is finalised after payment is received.
Congee is my favourite winter dish. I like to make a huge pot and then serve it up for dinner with different toppings over the next few nights. After all this rain I couldn’t think of anything more comforting! It’s basically a warm hug in a bowl, nothing better that congee and a cup of tea in my opinion on a cold night.
Check out more photos from our Greek on the Creek secret supper on facebook and the full menu here.