The fabulously over-indulgent Melbourne Food and Wine Festival kicked off this past weekend, promising to deliver an epicurean odyssey for seventeen palate-pleasing days. Satisfying the appetites of 300,000-plus attendees, the festival boasts over 200 events including the classic ‘world’s longest lunch’, which will serve 1,200 diners at a 400 meter, linen-lined table. A newbie to this year’s scene is Feasting Vignettes, set to run during the normally wearisome weekday working hours. Random foodie sights will pop-up in various locations around Melbourne’s Central Business District intending to serve as an amuse bouche for the coming weekend.
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