When it comes to food, nothing is as fun as eating it — but talking about it, learning more and discovering new skills comes mighty close. That's what's on the agenda at the Museum of Brisbane's Good Food Club, a weekly chat-focused session running alongside the venue's Tastes Like Sunshine exhibition.
Whether the ins and outs of bee keeping, the Brisbane gardening scene or the food and wine from the Scenic Rim region take your interest, you'll find them on the program. Or, get into Australian bush foods, delve into the city's food dynasties, step through the requirements of tea and coffee ceremonies, or find out the benefits of mindful eating. Most afternoons also include acoustic music, bespoke teas, hand-crafted sodas and a sweet treat.
Sessions commence at 3pm each Sunday, running through until 4.30pm. Tickets are $15, unless you're keen to get some green thumb tips from Gardening Australia's Jerry Coleby-Williams, with his three sessions on September 3, 10 and 17 costing $25 each.