Kalgoorsland food festival is set to celebrate its 18th year with a host of food options and treats, and this year’s edition is the most expansive yet.
The event, held at the Western Village, is expected to see more than 70 vendors and more than a dozen vendors with the potential to expand to more.
A number of vendors will be on hand, including some that are not yet part of the Western Family buffet.
“There are quite a few different options for food, so it’s a big variety of things, and it’s very exciting to be able to share that,” said food specialist Lisa Jones, who will be at the festival.
There’s the traditional British, the western food and a lot that’s different to Western food. “
There’s a lot of food coming in, a lot more of the family-style food and that’s what I love about it.
There’s the traditional British, the western food and a lot that’s different to Western food.
We’re hoping to have a lot from the West family and we’re expecting lots of good food.”
Western Family buffet has been a popular destination since its launch in 2014, with vendors offering a range of flavours including lamb roast, ham, fish, vegetables, and fish sauce.
The Western Family will also have a variety of dishes from western favourites like lamb chops, roast beef, roast pork, and veal.
Kongs West Food Market has also been expanding its offerings, including offering a menu of meat, chicken, lamb, turkey and lamb and beef.
It will also be hosting a selection of regional and domestic produce, and will be hosting an Aboriginal festival on Thursday.
Food vendors will also offer a variety to satisfy a variety the appetite, with a variety being the main selling point of the event.
Many of the vendors are members of the Northern Territory Government, but a few are not.
“It’s very much about the quality and the quality of the food,” Ms Jones said.
“And we’re really proud to be a part of that.”
She said she hoped the Western family would attract many more vendors.
Ms Jones said the event was set to attract an extra 250 people and would take up two or three hours to complete.
“We think it’s going to be very exciting for everyone, and we hope it’s one of those events that brings people together to get together and enjoy food,” she said.
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