Beach dinner for 400? No problem, says Adam Liaw
Written on the 5 September 2016
A beach dinner for 400 people by Destination Flavour host Adam Liaw will be a highlight of Broome's multicultural Shinju Matsuri festival.
Four hundred people it's not the biggest crowd Adam Liaw has ever cooked for, but, he says, "It's the most people I've cooked for on a beach!"
The beach in question is Cable Beach, the 20km stretch of white sand just outside of Broome, Western Australia. And Liaw will be cooking for 400 people for the Sunset Long Table Dinner, part of the annual Shinju Matsuri festival.
The festival, now in its 46th year, honours the ethnic and cultural diversity of Broome. Traditionally, says festival president Chris Maher, the festival was a celebration of the pearl harvest. "But because Broome has such a rich and diverse cultural mix, it's now very much steeped in the ethnic diversity of our city."
Source: SBS.com.au Lauren Sams
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