Poh top chef touch helps give Grampians Grape Escape leg up to record crowds

Poh Ling Yeow, of TV’s MasterChef Australia fame introduced her kitchen and her take on Chinese Malaysian cuisine at the 22nd Grampians Grape Escape at the weekend in a particularly country setting. Record crowds wined and dined and packed out cooking demonstrations by the celebrity chef.

She found herself, somewhat unexpectedly for Poh, toasting 150 years of Grampians Region winemaking. As is quite usual in natural Halls Gap daily life the wildlife got into the act and a cookery keen magpie sailed around the big marque obviously interested in the early bird special as Poh and the leading lights officially launched proceedings.

Fortunately the bird was house-trained.

GoSeeAustralia, rolled up in force with friends, in caravans and tent for the festivities and camped as usual at the welcoming Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park at the southern end of Halls Gap. We shared a relaxed stay with kangaroos, emu, deer, parrots and cockatoos.


For the full article go to the website of GoSeeAustralia or follow the link on top of this article