Free Event: First in best dressed | Capacity 250
Talent: Hannah Maloney & Michelle Crawford | Venue: Mainstage
Pucker up with Hannah Maloney from Goodlife Permaculture and Michelle Crawford for Tasmania’s biggest Pickle Party. A free event that touches on waste reduction, preserving the seasons and home grown deliciousness through a long table pickling party. Bring your excess produce, a clean jar and we’ll provide the brine and spices for this mega pickle and preserving day. Pickle Party is for everyone, from tomato-squishing toddlers to gherkin-loving grannies. Set on the Princess Wharf forecourt, we’ll have tables filled with the season´s excess bounty; carrots, radishes, zucchinis, fennel seeds, peppercorns and edible flowers like nasturtiums, calendula, and borage. We’ll show you how to pack your jars and top them up with our pickling brine. A special Pickle Party label with be available for participants to label their handiwork.
About Hannah | Hannah Maloney is Good Life Permaculture’s lead landscape designer and educator. She grew up on a city farm in Brisbane growing herbs and has more than 15 years of hands-on experience in designing, building and managing projects around urban agriculture, small-scale farming, permaculture and community development, including co-founding the Hobart City Farm. She has a post-graduate diploma in community cultural development, a diploma in permaculture and since 2009, has been teaching permaculture across Australia.
About Michelle | Recipe writer, food stylist and photographer Michelle Crawford lives in the Huon Valley and has worked with many of Tasmania’s top chefs and food producers as well as numerous magazines around Australia. Her Instagram-famous cottage kitchen with its wood-fired Rayburn is certainly no stranger to pickling, preserving and jam making. Michelle enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for cooking with occasional classes.