Good Food Month is turning 20 this year, and they’re not going to let the milestone go by without some major fanfare you guys. Fanfare in the form of NOSTALGIA.

To celebrate their big b’day, they’ve announced not one, but two throwback-themed long lunches jam-packed with celeb chef talent.

The ’90s long lunch on Sunday, 7th October will see phenom pastry chef and he-of-the-insane-cake-creations, Andy Bowdy, whipping up some of your primary school faves alongside Victor Liong of Lee Ho Fook, Melbourne. No word on what to expect, but I personally am hoping for some kind of take on Vienetta ice-cream and a Chicken Tonight dish but remixed. Although Andy’s been making some wicked trifles of late, soooo…

The next event held on Sunday 14th October is ’00s inspired, and features Mitch Orr of ACME and Kate Reid from the famed Lune Croissanterie taking on the 2000’s foodstuffs, which makes sense given Mitch is known for his use of Jatz crackers in dishes, and sent the ‘net into a tailspin when he made a baloney sandwich upmarket, while Kate’s been turning the finger bun into a delectable treat once again.

Both events will sent you back $99, and the price includes wine and beer – so it’s not too pricey when you think about it. You can check out all the events on the Good Food Month site here. Tix are already on sale, so get onto it fast m8s.

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