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#BigBadBiomass – protesters reject burning trees for energy

North East Forest Alliance (NEFA) and the NSW Forest Defenders have thrown their support behind the protests against the burning of Biomass to generate electricity across Australia ahead of the Glasgow Climate Change Conference (COP) 26.

Cr Darlene Cook: ‘working to restore accountability and trust in our Council’

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Muse Dining’s celebrated chef-owner Troy Rhoades-Brown and head chef Mitchell Beswick will be joining Harvest’s head chef Alastair Waddell and wild-food researcher Peter Hardwick for a one-off dinner using Australia’s underutilised native ingredients soon. Expect contemporary Australian cuisine and a taste of the Hunter Valley with Muse Restaurant favourites.

Muse Restaurant is located at the entrance to Pokolbin in the iconic Hungerford Hill Winery, and showcases the best of Hunter Valley produce with an emphasis on seasonality and quality. Muse Restaurant, which opened in 2009, has maintained two chef hats from 2015. The seasonal nature of their menus results in dishes that are constantly changing, but there’s a consistent culinary approach across the board: technique, restraint, and respect. Muse aims to support and work alongside large and small local producers that show great pride and love for what they do, delivering refined and creative food and a genuinely welcoming dining experience.

Harvest – Wednesday 10 July
Ph 6687 2644
harvestnewrybar.com.au


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