Tim’s toasty treats to highlight the Begonia Festival | The Courier

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IT’S a focus on food at this year’s Begonia Festival which was launched in a wall of colour and toasties from Ballarat’s own MasterChef Tim Bone on Friday. Mr Bone, who finished fourth in the 2019 MasterChef has recently started his new business, Tim’s Toasties, and if the food he cooked up for guests at the festival’s launch is any indication, it’s going to be a popular attraction. Alongside Ballarat’s chef to the stars, fellow MasterChef alumni Anushka Zargaryan and Poh Ling Yeow will also be making their way to the city for the Sunday food fest. “It’s an honour to be part of the Begonia Festival this year, because we’re really keen to make the Sunday a foodie focus,” Mr Bone said. “Since the show, I’ve left my role as cooking teacher at Yuille Park and I’ve now started up my own business Tim’s Toasties. “I’ve got a real passion for highlighting Ballarat and the producers we have. The bread I use for the toasties is from the 1816 bakehouse on Armstrong Street which makes the most amazing sourdough, I get all my fruit and vegetables from Wilsons. “I see Ballarat as a real foodie destination, we’ve come such a long way. It used to be we’d go to Melbourne for foodie culture, now people from Melbourne come here.” The Begonia Fesitval is in its 68th year as one of Ballarat’s premier tourist attractions. “It’s not just a community event, it’s a tourist event,” Mayor Ben Talyor said. “This event is on the calendar for everyone and when you’re in the gardens such as these, it’s a magnificent event for people off all ages. “It brings about 6000 people in town each year. This festival attracts everyone from hard core gardeners to people seeking ideas for their own home, as well as those who simply enjoy the relaxing surrounds, listening to free music and enjoying local food and wine.” Other highlights include appearances by Gardening Australia gurus Costa Georgiadis and Sophie Thomson and the return of dirtgirl who will be talking rubbish and recycling. Have you signed up to The Courier’s daily newsletter and breaking news emails? You can register below and make sure you are up to date with everything that’s happening in Ballarat.

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