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A Moveable Feast: This Week In Food – May 20

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THIS WEEK IN FOOD

PERUSING THE PISCO
Pastuso is set to launch exclusive Pisco Master Classes for an intimate and fun experience from May 2017. Resident Pisco master, Miguel Bellido will share the history of the 400-year-old spirit of Peru. Customers will try different styles of Pisco and learn how to shake up their own Pisco Sour. Master classes include three drinks and Peruvian snacks for groups of 6-10 people, priced at $45 per person. www.pastuso.com.au

Pisco is a 400-year-old spirit from Peru.

 
CIDER-LICIOUS
World Cider Day Celebration at Flying Brick Cider Co on Saturday, June 3, 11am – 9pm.  Flying Brick is the first in Australia to join forces with the international organisers and hopefully it will be a great thing for the region.  The biggest tribute band line up ever (all under cover – think Athol Guy & the Seekers, and Fleetwood Mac) and lots of great food, cider, cider making demos, wine, beer – and even a kids activity area. More info at www.cidercelebrations.com.au

World Cider Day is on Saturday, June 3.

 
SSSSSH – IT’S A SECRET
If you’re a fan of Royal Stacks burgers, Grand Trailer Park or even Werribee’s Truck Stop Deluxe; you’ll know it all started with the original Dandenong Pavillion. And Dandenong Pavillion was famous for its “secret” Flip City burger menu, you had to ask for it or you couldn’t order from it. Well, Flip City Burgers has returned, exclusively available via UberEats in Melbourne CBD and surrounding suburbs. You can get your hands on the RKO, the Francis Underwood, or the McDowell. Search @flipcityau on UberEats.
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