GOOD FOOD: Celebrity chefs Steven Snow and Clayton Donovan are collaborating for the Wild Food Flavours Lunch.
GOOD FOOD: Celebrity chefs Steven Snow and Clayton Donovan are collaborating for the Wild Food Flavours Lunch. Kirra Pendergast

Celebrity chefs cook with wild food for special lunch event

WILD foods of the Northern Rivers region will be celebrated on Sunday when two celebrity chefs get together to deliver a five-course lunch.

Steven Snow runs Fins in South Kingscliff, and hosts Channel Seven's Guide to the Good Life.

Clayton Donovan hosts Wild Kitchen on the ABC and after closing up his restaurant Janning Tree in February he now focuses on pop-up restaurants and workshops.

Mr Donovan said he looked forward to working with Mr Snow in a restaurant setting.

"We've been talking about this for a number of years ... to get in and do a lunch, have some fun, cook together and reflect on both of our styles," he said.

Pam and Martin Brook of Brookfarm came up with the idea for the Wild Food Flavours Lunch.

"(Both chefs) have been great role models in the local food movement as well as their award winning sustainable methods," Ms Brook said.

The Wild Food Flavours Lunch will be held on September 13 at Fins restaurant from noon. Email dining@fins.com.au to book.



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