Breakfast Kiosk Noosa Catering 9am - 11.30am
Vittoria Coffee Expresso Bar from 9am
Grand Marquee from 9am
Finalists and winners of the delicious. Produce Awards and international producers show and offer tastes of their products. Displays of top-quality cookware,
KitchenAid products, cookbooks and the latest ILVE appliances.
Celebrity Chef Cooking Demonstrations
10am - 10.30am JAAN, SINGAPORE Julien Royer
10.45am - 11.15am Jade on 36, SHANGHAI Franck-Elie Laloum
11.30am - 12pm Nahm, BANGKOK David Thompson
12.15pm - 12.45pm Pig Alastair McLeod, Brad Jolly
1pm - 1.30pm Jacques Reymond, VIC Jacques Reymond
1.45pm – 2.15pm Grossi Florentino, VIC Guy Grossi
9.15am - 9.45am Fusion Adam D’Sylva, Ian Curley
10am - 10.30am Cutler & Co., VIC Andrew McConnell
10.45am - 11.15am Beans Brendon Barker, Shinichi Maeda
11.30am – 12pm Vegetables Alejandro Cancino, James Viles
12.45pm - 1.15pm Wine Lucio Galletto, Katrina Pizzini
1.30pm - 2pm Cow Emmett Malone, Lee Jeynes
2.15pm - 2.45pm Polenta Giovanni Pilu, Alessandro Pavoni
3pm - 3.30pm Coastal Michael Jenkins
9.15am - 9.45am Bird David Moyle, Matt Wilkinson
10am - 10.30am Salad David Pugh, George Francisco
10.45am – 11.15am Simple Sean McConnell, Nicky Riemer
11.30am – 12pm Spice Michael Rantissi, Ben Williamson
12.45pm - 1.15pm Grains Ollie Gould, Richard Ousby
1.30pm - 2pm Lamb Joseph Abboud, Tony Percuoco
2.15pm – 2.45pm Squid Javier Codina, Braden White
3pm – 3.30pm Chilli Dan Hong, Louis Tikaram
The Courier-Mail Annexe
Food, travel and philosophy are a huge part of our lives. The Courier-Mail Annexe explores these topics.
10.30am – 11.15am Bugs, Hybrids, Genetic Modification, Food Irradiation – Are We Overreacting? What Will We Be Eating in 25 Years? MC John Susman, Lucy Allon, David Fagan, Alex Herbert, David Moyle, Sharnee Rawson, Graeme Twine, James Viles
11.30am – 12.15pm Destination Oz – The New Hotspot - MC Brian Crisp, David Fagan, Julie Gibbs, Guy Grossi, Kylie Lang, Christine Middap, Ann Rickard
12.30pm - 1.15pm Is Australia Becoming the Most Expensive Country for Dining? Restaurant Costs at Crisis Point - MC John Hart, Sam Christie, James McCullogh, John Fink, Sally Galletto, Danielle Gjestland, David Pugh, Nicky Riemer
1.30pm - 2.30pm Slow Food, Fast Food, Raw Food, Indigenous Food – International Trends - MC John Lethlean, Franck-Elie Laloum, Alvin Leung, Bruno Loubet, Julien Royer, David Thompson
2.45pm - 3.30pm Spice Up Your Life – How, When, Why - MC Fiona Donnelly, Shane Delia, Peter Kuruvita
Village Wine Marquee
Admission to wine sessions – 2 food/wine tickets (includes wine tastings)
10.30am – 11.15am Bubbles - MC Tony Love, Adam Carnaby, Ed Carr, Joel Pizzini, Shin Saito, Kym Teusner, Ben Tolstoshev
11.45am – 12.30pm Fresh Whites - MC Peter Forrestal, Liz Heidenreich, Kevin McCarthy, Geoff Schrapel, Chris Tyrrell, Hunter Smith
1pm – 1.45pm Reds - MC Peter Forrestal, Andrew Fleming, Stephen Pannell, Michael Paxton
2.15pm – 3pm Cocktail Making with Suntory
3.30pm – 4.15pm Qantas epiQure - Qantas First Class Wine - How wines are selected for First Class on Qantas - Qantas epiQure Sommelier & Stephen Pannell
4.45pm - 5.30pm Cocktail Making with Suntory
FOOD CRITICS COOKING COMPETITION 11.30AM - 4PM
This is your chance to critique these culinary experts as you taste their ‘Street Food’.
The People’s Choice Award will be decided by popular applause. Assisting the critics will be chefs Paul Baker The Grace (SA), Rhys Connell Sepia (NSW), Michael Robinson Margan (NSW), Spencer Patrick Harrisons (QLD), Nick Street-Brown Coast (QLD), Chris Thornton Mason (NSW), Aaron Ward Sixpenny (NSW).
CRITICS’ FOOD KIOSKS 11.30AM - 3.30PM
Jana Frawley & Simon Wilkinson taste.com.au
Lizzie Loel The Courier-Mail
Tony Love The Adelaide Advertiser
Elizabeth Meryment The Sunday Telegraph
Necia Wilden & John Lethlean The Australian
Matt Preston delicious. & MasterChef
Simon Thomsen businessinsider.com.au
SUNSHINE COAST RESTAURANTS FOOD KIOSKS 11AM - 4PM
Berardo’s Seafood Shack Tim Montgomery/Gene Quinlan
Café Le Monde Oliver Carruthers
Gaston Bar Bistro Daniel Penfold
Locale Daniel Mosedale
Rickys River Bar + Restaurant Braden White
Sweet Things David O’Sullivan/James Colliet
View on Little Hastings Street Michael Jenkins
Sails Paul Leete
Other Food Kiosks: Noosa Catering, Woodfire Australia
WINE & BEER KIOSKS 10am - 7pm
Alta, Arras, Asahi, Babich Wines, Baileys of Glenrowan, Barossa Baba, Bay of Fires, Bethany, Brokenwood, Champagne Jacquart, Clover Hill, Coldstream Hills, De Bortoli, Devil’s Corner, Devil’s Lair, Frankland Estate, Fraser Gallop Estate, Hakkaisan Sake, Harewood Estate, Heemskerk, Holm Oak, Howard Park, Hunters Wine, Josef Chromy, Kaesler, Lana, Laurent-Perrier, Matua, MDV, Medhurst, Meerea Park, Mezzacorona, Momo, Nepenthe, Paddy Borthwick Vineyard, Paul Louis, Paxton, Pizzini, Raidis Estate, Robert Oatley Vineyards, Rockbare Mojo, Ross Hill, Rymill, Saltram, SC Pannell, Seppelt, Serafino, Seresin, Sevenhill Cellars, Shaw + Smith, Shaw Vineyard Estate, Somersby Cider, Taltarni, Tahbilk, Teusner, T’Gallant, The Lane, The Little Wine Company, Tolpuddle Vineyard, Toolangi, Tyrrell’s, Warramate, Wirra Wirra, Yalumba, Yangarra, Yarra Yering
SHOW DAY 1 - Please help the Festival support the Westpac Lifesaving Helicopter Rescue
Festival Village gates open 9am; close 7.30pm
Festival is an all-weather event
Saturday 17 May
Saturday Admission Tickets
Cost includes admission to Festival Village, Culinary Exhibition with food tastings, choice of 20 Celebrity
Chef Cooking Demonstrations, lifestyle discussions in The Courier-Mail Annexe and live entertainment.
SESSION 126 General Admission – $40 per person*
SESSION 127 General Admission – $20 per accomp. child under 13* (under 5 free)
SESSION 128 GOLD PASS + 6 food/wine tickets – $130 per person, includes entry to VIP Hospitality
Pavilions and preferential concert seating.
NOTE: In 2014, No food/wine tickets included in General Admission. *Food/wine tickets available for purchase – $8
Noosa International Food & Wine Festival
15, 16, 17, 18 May 2014
Food | Wine | Music | Fun
Visit "NIFW14" for full Program, Tickets & Info
Over 200 invited chefs, producers, winemakers and media will descend on the village of Noosa and its iconic surroundings to join foodies from all over the world to celebrate and enjoy the good things in life. Food trails to the Hinterland and river, the beach, the Noosa National Park and of course the Festival Village will all be part of the action again and the 2014 Festival will be the most fun yet.
Festival Village, Noosa Heads
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