Central Coast Council, along with creative agency Misfits Media have unveiled the latest episode of its Harvest Festival TV social media series – Paddock to Plate.
Cooking up a feast with local Central Coast chef Pauly Mac, the latest video shows Harvest Festival host Ally Burnie learning how to cook a Mexican street taco using pasture fed beef skirt, fresh local limes and other beautiful organic produce that’s available in the Central Coast hinterland.
The episode also explores Silver Gully Farm, and how this family run cattle stud are able to bring to life their paddock to plate experience in the Central Coast hinterland.
Check out the second episode for yourself below!
Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Central Coast Council
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