FOODIE HEAVEN: This year's One Long Table event is just around the corner. Have you organised who you'll be dining with yet?
FOODIE HEAVEN: This year's One Long Table event is just around the corner. Have you organised who you'll be dining with yet? Kate McCormack

Your guide to One Table Long Table 2019

FROM the cultural delicacies of Asia all the way to the mouth-watering flavour combinations of Africa, this year's One Long Table cultural food extravaganza is almost here.

This Saturday afternoon Heeney St will come alive with more than 20 national cuisines and a tonne of live entertainment, including traditional Indigenous Australian, Filipino and Mexican dancers, a French Can Can line, African drumming as well as a real life Chinese dancing dragon courtesy of generous sponsors MFE.

Whether you are a One Long Table pro or this is your first year tasting the cultural rainbow, Gaye Smith from the Chinchilla Community Commerce and Industry has some handy hints to help ensure this is your best foodie festival yet.

"The number one priority I always remind people is to bring cash and change,” she said.

"You don't want to waste time lining up to get money out when you could be enjoying all the tasty treats on offer.

"This year we also have One Long Table merch on sale for the first time so keep an eye out for our very groovy stubby coolers and light-up fairy crowns.

"We've really gone all out to keep the kids amused for hours too, and it won't break the bank.

"There will a tonne of rides and activities available for just a gold coin donation and the fun doesn't stop for the adults either with our licensed bar operating until late.

"Another addition to this year's event is the live media coverage from Gerkies Storm Chasers so make sure to check out their page to keep an eye on all the fun this weekend.”


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