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Food and Wine Night at the Nicholson Museum
Last update: 04/10/2012 08:53

The Sydney Friends of the Australian Archaeological Institue at Athens & The Friends of the Nicholson Museum organize a special event. On October 15 the Sydney Friends of the Institute will be hosting with the Nicholson Museum an exclusive ancient Greek food night at the Museum. “Hatted” Chef David Tsirekas will take guests on a culinary journey through the ancient world with five tasting plates matched with unique Greek wines.

Speakers on the night will include Dr Ted Robinson, who will talk about the influence of Greek food in the ancient world and Michael Turner, who will speak about the god Dionysos. Lastly, Angie Giannakodakis will talk about “The Rise and Rise of Greek Wines Today”. Members will remember Angie as the sommelier of George Calombaris’ restaurant “The Press Club” in Melbourne. Angie is taking time out from her new restaurant “Epocha” in Carlton Gardens in Melbourne to speak to us in Sydney!

 

$100 per person

For bookings call 9351 4759 or email [email protected]

For more information: http://aaiasydney.tumblr.com/post/30963423806/amazing-food-and-wine-event-at-the-nicholson

 

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