The Science and Lore of Why The Quietest Boy In the Village Was Chosen to Kill The Pigs. This is a beautifully truthful and honest spoken word story from award winning food writer Richard Cornish about how a sensitive young boy in a remote village in Spain was chosen to be the town’s butcher. This one hour story follows the food science, politics and culture of abattoirs, death of the animals we eat and why a human approach is a sustainable way towards ethical meat.
Hosted at Tastes of the Region, which showcases a range of local and regional food and drink, including a selection of craft beers from Prickly Moses.
Saturday 11th August | 4-5pm
Tastes of the Region
1 McLaren Parade, Apollo Bay
$15 plus booking fee