Truffle Central at Braidwood Central School

This is a sponsored post by Braidwood Central School. More on my disclosure policy.

Braidwood Central School is hosting "Truffle Central" this weekend from 25-26 June 2016. This event combines the science and flavours of truffles. The truffles have been provided by the Marshall family of Terra Preta Truffles and the event would not be possible without them. Visitors will experience truffles in many ways and all proceeds go to Braidwood Central School.

Saturday 

10-3pm in the Braidwood Central school gym there will be delicious truffled foods prepared by Chef Christian Hauberg & BCS students. Try truffled soups with a Dojo bun, sweet treats, truffled popcorn and truffled scrambled eggs will be available all day.

 Photo by Kate Marshall

 Photo by Kate Marshall

Fungi focussed lectures:

·         11am Mycologist Todd Elliot and Professor Jim Trappe will discuss how truffles and small animals have shaped Australian history

·         1pm Associate Profesor Karl Vernes will speak on the topic of "How do native mammals find truffles, and what do they do with them?”

·         2pm Professor Jim Trappe will speak about truffles and indigenous people of the world.

 Photo by Kate Marshall

 Photo by Kate Marshall

Braidwood Farmers Market (local growers and producers) & Tarago Truffles, Garlicious Grown Black Garlic and Wynlen House (slow food).

'Guess the weight of the truffle' competition- closest guess wins the truffle!

 Photo by Kate Marshall

 Photo by Kate Marshall

Sunday    

Fungi field trips departing the front of Braidwood Central School at 10am & 1PM, to investigate the surrounds for native truffles. $40pp

Cooking sessions (in the BCS gym) $40pp            

11am  Sean McConnell (Head Chef of Monster Kitchen and Bar) preparing a truffled cauliflower gratin.

1pm    Sam Miller (Executive Chef of Silvereye restaurant) demonstrating truffled chicken.

Phone 48422249 or 0412971163 to make bookings for Sunday events.

Event kindly sponsored by Terra Preta Truffles and the Braidwood Community Bank.

All proceeds go to Braidwood Central School.