The chef, television personality and food ambassador for the Lockyer Valley region will be leading cooking demonstrations during the festival.
“Food for me is about context. This empathy for ‘time and place’ enhances a dining experience. Meeting the farmers, growers and producers of the Maranoa and creating dishes with their produce will be a privilege,” said McLeod.
“I wholeheartedly believe that there is no correlation between how complicated a dish is and how delicious it can be.
Alastair will showcase some of the region’s top produce, including grass fed cuts from local supplier, Maranoa Beef.
The event will take place at the Roma Big Rig Parklands from 3 to 9 pm.
Read more about Maranoa Beef here.