An Historic Baudin & Flinders Breakfast

An Historic Baudin & Flinders Breakfast

Kicking off our 2014 Festival was the first ever Baudin & Flinders Breakfast. A collaboration with the SA Maritime Museum, Our Port Adelaide  Chefs David Swain & Sam Smith, Sharon Romeo and the team at Fino.

Much time and effort was made to make this event a morning to remember – from the menu to the table settings and entertainment, the breakfast was  enriched with points of history.

Baudin and Flinders would certainly have found it interesting if they could attend! 

Our host (Baudin & Flinders devotee) Keith Conlon took us on a voyage of discovery through why each element of the menu had been selected. Senior Curator of the Maritime Museum Lindl Lawton was also  on hand, as was our very own Matthew Flinders and Josephine Bonaparte.

ABC Radio National FIRST BITE came to be part of the day – you can listen to their coverage of the event at this link.

THE MENU

2010 Mosquito Hill Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs Methode Champenoise, Mt Jaggard Southern Fleurieu 

Orange, lemon and lime freshly squeezed “Scurvy” juice 

Freshly baked baguettes

Smoked tommy ruff, foraged samphire, radish & seaweed 

Heritage Berkshire bacon 

Red Roo sausages, KI French lentils & wild fermented cabbage 

Brewed coffee and tea

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