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    WinterSeriesUpcoming Events

    2017 offers more amazing chef collaborations, creating unique and exciting menus that showcase the incredible Hawkesbury and its produce.

    This year’s series kicks off with David Thompson who is considered the world’s leading chef of Thai food. He runs Nahm in Bangkok and the Thai street-food emporia, Long Chim, in Perth and Sydney.  David will join Marty to create a special lunch not to be missed.

    The David Thompson collaborative lunch is the first of a stellar line-up in the Cooks Co-op Winter Series of lunches.

    April 16 David Thompson (Nahm, Long Chim)

    May 28 Christine Manfield (Chef and Author)

    June 25 Danielle Alvarez (Fred’s)

    July 9 Jacqui Challinor (Nomad)

    August 6 Colin Fassnidge (4Fourteen and TV’s My Kitchen Rules)

    September 3 Paul West (FOXTEL’s River Cottage Australia)

    The price includes canapés, four course feast and matched wines

    Cost: $185.00 per person

    Full series, all six dining events: $1000 per person, save $110

    Email us at events@cooksco-op.com to book your winter series pass

    Last year’s Winter Series sold out fast…so hurry to  https://cooksco-opwinterseries.eventbrite.com.au  to secure your tickets …

    Hope to see you at the Event Shed soon—you know we love to surprise you.


    DiscoverMy Story

    Nestled in the Hawkesbury are some of the most incredible produce and producers in Australia. When Executive Chef of Longrain fame Martin (Marty) Boetz discovered this, he traded his hectic inner city lifestyle for a 28 acre property on the Hawkesbury River and that started a passionate commitment to showcasing as a chef one of Sydney’s kept best secrets.
    Each Winter Martin joins forces with well-respected city chefs to collaborate on a menu using seasonal produce, to create Cooks Co-Op Food Experiences in the Event Shed. The result is a dining experience like no other – incredible food, an amazing location, served up in a very chic Tin Shed.


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