LEON BRIGGS, the supporter of the Border Bike Fest who lent us his exaggerated Harley bike sculpture, is one of the organisers of the Cook-Off. He said he would push the event out to our members. Hence my emailing this to you via Sec. Bill.
Please have a look at the web site www.kiewacampoven.com There is a lot on info and it looks like a good day out. So get that campoven out of the shed and start practising your country cooking skills.
I’ll be nominating this at the Ulysses Committee meeting for the ride committee to put the day on our ride calendar.
About The Cook-Off
The Cook Off is an exciting team event where participants will compete to be declared the Kiewa Valley Camp Oven Cook Off Champions, also known as The Champions.
The Cooks will be required to cook using a traditional bush cooking method – camp ovens over a fire or hot coals. Your gourmet creation will then be tasted and judged by (insert dramatic music here)…
The Consumers. The Consumers are a very special team of people, who have elected to take on the enormous task of choosing The Champions.
The inaugural Kiewa Valley Camp Oven Cook Off is being held in the beautiful hamlet of Tangambalanga. Better known to the locals as Tangam, this rural Victorian town in the beautiful Kiewa Valley is the perfect spot. It is surrounded by Mount Murramurrangbong, sister town Kiewa (just on the other side of the Kiewa River), Kergunyah and Dederang just up the valley.
When is it?
The festival will be held on Saturday 19th November, 2016. Gates open from 10am and Main Course will be served to The Consumers (ticket holders) at 1pm.
Albury Wodonga Branch
Ulysses Club Inc.
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