As well as the traditional delicious treats on offer at this year’s Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, there are also some more interesting products to try.

This year’s Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is filled with a number of wonderful treats, but if you are on the lookout for something a little more adventurous there could also be something to whet your appetite.

If you would like to consider the types of food we could be eating in the future French chefs Thierry Marx and Stephane Bour have devised a meal that they think will be suitable for kitchens in 2032. Dishes on the list will include scallops set in chicken jelly with the aid of liquid nitrogen.

Or if you fancy something the kids will enjoy too head to the Melbourne Museum, which will be holding Bugs for Brunch and serving up chocolate coated worms and crickets in stir-fried rice.

This year’s event will also be hosting a pop-up restaurant by Greenhouse, which will be using waste harvested from the toilets to fertilise its crops for next year’s produce.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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