Hosted by WA gardening experts and chefs, the Kleenheat Outdoor Kitchen will present ‘Street Food Theatre’ demonstrations including home-grown recipes, samples and prizes.
In the lead up to a big four days from 27 – 30 April, get to know some of the friendly faces who’ll be sharing tips for growing your own produce and turning it into delicious meals.
Chris Ferreira – Garden Presenter
Chris is well known in the gardening and sustainability world with an impressive background in environmental science, sustainable gardening, land care, sustainable development and energy efficient home design.
You may have listened or watched him on 720 ABC Radio and Channel 7’s Greenfingers gardening and sustainability program.
Chris leads The Forever Project, which encourages sustainable living and drives award winning projects such as Great Gardens, Heavenly Hectares and Enviro Theatre in conjunction with the Swan River Trust, Water Corporation and others.
Steve Wood – Garden Presenter
With almost 40 years’ experience as a horticulturist and nursery owner, Steve’s a familiar name as a ABC Radio Garden Talk Back host and presenter on Channel 7’s Greenfingers program.
He also has experience as a presenter with Great Gardens workshops and is passionate about organic gardening.
Shona Hunter – Chef Presenter
Shona’s business The Hidden Pantry truly embodies all things organic, ethical and sustainable , producing delicious organic food.
WA’s first and only catering company dedicated to organics, fair trade and sustainability has been winning over palates with delicious food since 2010.
From catering large weddings, buffet breakfasts and corporate functions, to intimate picnic baskets, meal bounties for newborn mothers, Friday night organic takeaways and cafe cakes – there’s not much Shona hasn’t tried.
Tim Kershaw – Chef Presenter
Tim has worked as a high level chef since 2004, including at Neil Perry’s Rosetta, George Colombaris’ famous Press Club in Melbourne, and at The Potting Shed in Wiltshire, England.
Two and a half years ago, while working in a fine dining restaurant, Tim truly realised the huge amounts of waste generated by the hospitality industry.
He then decided to focus on making a real difference with food and moved from Melbourne to Fremantle, continuing to work in kitchens and learning more about growing and producing his own food.
Tim realised the importance of soil fertility and turning kitchen waste for compost – the key to creating sustainable cycles for the industry.
For a full list of Kleenheat Outdoor Kitchen presenters, head to the Perth Garden Festival website.
Kleenheat customers can see it all for half the price
Thanks to our partnership with Perth Garden Festival, we’re excited to announce Kleenheat customers can enjoy all the festival action for less with 50% off tickets.
Simply order you Standard or Concession tickets online, and don’t forget free entry tickets for children under 18.
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