Experiences, photos - food, photos - landscape Queenstown: Landscape & Food Posted by michtsang on August 7, 2012August 8, 2012 Photos in this post were taken during a recent conference trip to Queenstown, New Zealand. Note: the last photo with Mt Tongario: it was taken before its recent eruption. snow capped mountain Views of Queenstown from the Skyline wide angle shot of Queenstown Queenstown night lights wide angle shot of Queenstown night lights Rata Dining by Josh Emett: Roast duck / turnip / dates / orange / almond with roasted yams and fresh salad Rata Dining by Josh Emett: Granny Smith apple parfait/ sorbet / champagne sabayon Photo with Ted (also known as Sir Graham Henry) Goat cheese and caramelised red onion tart Roasted chicken with potatoes Pinot Gris Panna Cotta with white chocolate ‘snow’ on biscuit and Pinot Noir pearls Mt Ruapehu in the centre, Mt Ngauruhoe and Mt Tongariro to the left Share this:WhatsAppFacebookPinterestEmailPrintTwitterTumblrLinkedInFlattrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Gorgeous photos! They make me want to visit Queensland, and I wasn’t particularly interested in the area before.
And wow, that panna cotta looks amazing! I wonder how difficult it would be to recreate it? How does one acquire/make Pinot Noir pearls?
Queenstown is beautiful, definitely a worth it travel destination. The panna cotta looked amazing but the taste wasn’t that great actually… Yea when I was looking at the dinner menu I was thinking the same thing – how would they do the pearls? I think you would reduce the wine, then add gelatine leaves, and drop them onto droplet moulds (I’ve seen them being used on masterchef) to set.