Jeff Schroeter, Head Chef of Restaurant Glebe, Beckett, to Work with Sisters Rocks Charles Woodward on Orange Pop-Up Dining Experience | Daily Central West

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SKULL Island shrimp, Glacier 51 toothfish and “snail pie” will be served with some of Orange’s finest produce during a pop-up dining experience at Borrodell’s Sisters Rock restaurant next Thursday. The five-course meal, which is a collaboration between Glebe Beckett restaurant boss Jeff Schroeter and his Sisters Rock counterpart Charles Woodward, is part of Good Food Month, which is branching out into rural areas. Both men were eager to work with Schroeter’s signature dishes, including casserole snails, affectionately known as snail pie, as well as Woodward’s Towac Valley Bombe Alaska with Borrodell Cherry Ice Cream. Borrodell’s wine and truffle manager Luisa Machielse said the chefs were excited about the collaboration. “Jeff grew up in rural Australia so he knows the value of the land and what it can produce. ‘Charles has more of a molecular style,” she said, referring to Mr. Woodward In a tragic year-end for Borrodell Estate, owner Borry Gartell died in a quad biking accident in December. Ms Machielse said the restaurant would continue its philosophy of “bringing joy to people” through events such as the Beckett pop-up. Tickets cost $ 200 with wine or $ 144 without. Go to www.goodfoodmonth.com Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: TAKE YOUR VOTE Send a letter to the editor using the form below

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