Sold out feast opens Truffle Kerfuffle 2018

Quiana TeagueManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Dish: Tortellini, Dutchcream potato, pecorino cream, Manjimup Truffle.
Camera IconDish: Tortellini, Dutchcream potato, pecorino cream, Manjimup Truffle.

Guy Grossi kicked off this year’s Truffle Kerfuffle with his Feast and Fire opening dinner on Friday night.

The special dining event sold out as more than 200 people gathered at the long table celebration for a taste of the finest the region has to offer.

Both locals and visitors came together to get their truffle fix and indulge in a rich atmosphere of gourmet food and live music from Marisa and Mark De Vattimo.

The guests were treated to a menu of seven unique truffle dishes made from local produce and truffles hand-picked from the surrounding southern forests region.

Across the three days 1417 diners attended the various dining events and more than 32kg truffles were used.

Mary Guadagnino, Guy Grossi and Gaye Eacott.
Camera IconMary Guadagnino, Guy Grossi and Gaye Eacott.
Jodie and David Dixon, of Busselton, with Shaun Hindmarsh, of Mandurah.
Camera IconJodie and David Dixon, of Busselton, with Shaun Hindmarsh, of Mandurah.
Paul and Annette Radomiljac enjoy the dinner on Friday evening.
Camera IconPaul and Annette Radomiljac enjoy the dinner on Friday evening.
Petula and Simon Holland enjoy the gourmet feast.
Camera IconPetula and Simon Holland enjoy the gourmet feast.
Another fine dish: Malted barely panna cotta, citrus, Campari, Manjimup Truffle.
Camera IconAnother fine dish: Malted barely panna cotta, citrus, Campari, Manjimup Truffle.
Mary Guadagnino and Brad Sheppard.
Camera IconMary Guadagnino and Brad Sheppard.

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