Rainbow Serpent Festival has come a long way over the years. From a small gathering in a secluded clearing, to an internationally recongnised, multifaceted weekend of dance, colour, expression and celebration. People now travel from all over the world to Western Victoria to experience what some have said is the best outdoor festival of it’s type in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Skipton Market is on the second Sunday of each month excluding January. Skipton’s Mechanics Hall becomes a local produce and shopping hub. Satisfy your tastebuds with homemade cakes, jams and sauces and let your green thumb guide you too your next plant discovery, or finish off that outfit with a unique piece of jewellery.
The Avoca Riverside Market is held on the 4th Sunday of every month. It is held on the banks of the Avoca River in Cambridge Street. The tranquility of the venue adds to the enjoyment of meandering around the market. Between 50 and 70 stall holders provide a varied range of goods, including wine, crafts, fresh food, plants, garden art and clothing.
A quaint country market, held on the first Saturday of the month in the middle of town at Memorial Park. A mix of regional produce, arts, crafts, collectibles, plants and heaps more. If you’re a market stallholder and looking for new outlets, why not give us a call on 5349 1184.
If you have never tasted Rhubarb you are truly missing out. The combination of tart local apples picked fresh off the tree and rhubarb stems cracked straight out the vegetable patch are a match made in heaven. Try baking these and enjoy showing off your vegan baking prowess!
Our lemon and passionfruit cheescake is as light and as tangy as you hoped. Vegans can have their cheesecake and eat it too! Rich, creamy cheescake surrounded by crunchy biscuit crumbs. You will do the right thing won’t you, and share?
Pancakes are an acceptable meal at any time of the day don’t you agree?
Light, fluffy & fruity eat them stacked high with maple syrup and a generous dollop of cashew cream.
A quick nutritious lunch with a combination of juicy field mushrooms and fresh asparagus that gives a simple dish a bit of spring pizazz! Lunch in the sun anyone?
This is such a simple and quick dish it doesn’t really need a recipe!
You can buy curry paste in the Indian section in supermarkets, check the labels as not all are vegan. I usually buy a rogan josh paste. You can serve this dish with rice, or go all out for a real feast and add chapatis and dahl.