Chef Scott Thomas and the team at the Plough are putting together a menu of porky goodness: Western Plains pigs, pots from Footscray's own West City Brewers and pinot from Shadowfax, all set to the soundtrack of local bands. Pigs, pots and pinot - they defy anyone to come up with a better combination.
Head chef Scott Thomas and the team at the Plough are putting together a menu of porky goodness, taking inspiration from their individual cultural backgrounds - think earth-baked shoulders, sliders, homemade Italian sausages, crispy belly, cheeky Basque croquettes and piggy paratha, served alongside summery slaws and salads.
Footscray's own West City Brewers and Werribee's Shadowfax wines will be providing the lubrication; local bands the soundtrack.
Bring the kids as they are all about raising funds for Footscray Primary and Footscray West Primary and having a fun family festival.
WHEN: 12pm-4pm, Saturday 1st April\
WHERE: Plough Hotel, 333 Barkly Street, Footscray
COST: $53 per person (kids $21) - includes admission, all the pork (and salads) you can eat, first drink, and sweet tunes.
BOOKINGS: Bookings essential, book via the event website (link above).
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