Wonder Feasts

Theatre of Feasts by The Food Trust

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As part of our ongoing commitment to making sure Wonderfruit tastes delicious, we present our first Wonder Feast. Chefs Paolo Vitaletti from Appia and Duangporn "Bo" Songvisava and Dylan Jones from Bo.lan are bringing their Food Trust concept from Chiang Mai to The Fields.

From locally sourced ingredients to cooking methods, service style and waste management, the concept looks to minimize negative societal and environmental impacts. It's rooted in sustainability, the circular food system, culinary heritage and health, and will unfold as a community experience through an array of activities that will teach Wonderers about the environment, food, culture and how our actions impact these aspects that are so predominant in our lives.

But the real spirit of this feast lies when looking beyond the plate: every dish will be presented by minority farmers who will bring the culinary traditions of their tribes to the table at Wonderfruit.

They're also bringing Northern Thai tastemaker Andy Ricker from Pok Pok along for the ride, and if we learned anything from this troupe over the years, it's that we can expect a lot more garnishes sprinkled onto their concept in the coming months.

As part of our ongoing commitment to making sure Wonderfruit tastes delicious, we present our first Wonder Feast. Chefs Paolo Vitaletti from Appia and Duangporn "Bo" Songvisava and Dylan Jones from Bo.lan are bringing their Food Trust concept from Chiang Mai to The Fields.

From locally sourced ingredients to cooking methods, service style and waste management, the concept looks to minimize negative societal and environmental impacts. It's rooted in sustainability, the circular food system, culinary heritage and health, and will unfold as a community experience through an array of activities that will teach Wonderers about the environment, food, culture and how our actions impact these aspects that are so predominant in our lives.

But the real spirit of this feast lies when looking beyond the plate: every dish will be presented by minority farmers who will bring the culinary traditions of their tribes to the table at Wonderfruit.

They're also bringing Northern Thai tastemaker Andy Ricker from Pok Pok along for the ride, and if we learned anything from this troupe over the years, it's that we can expect a lot more garnishes sprinkled onto their concept in the coming months.