Gourmet Institute event 9: Analiese Gregory

Analiese Gregory

Analiese Gregory

Analiese Gregory rings in the change of season with fresh and tasty eats that are as suited to a quiet midweek indulgence as they are weekend entertaining. From her days at Quay to her experiences at the internationally celebrated Bras in France to Sydney's Bar Brosé and now Franklin, her new Hobart home-base, Gregory pursues great produce with passion and presents it with flair. Join us for a night of adventure that takes in home-made ricotta with artichokes and young broad beans, a devilishly smooth duck liver parfait with green apples and oloroso jelly, and a heart-warming gnocchi with spring greens and kombu butter.

Event details:

Chef
Analiese Gregory

Topic
Spring entertaining

Location
Harvey Norman @ Domayne, 84 O'Riordan St, Alexandria, NSW

Date & time
7pm, Wednesday 6 September

Tickets
$60 each

To book
gourmetinstitute.pleezpay.com


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