Big pot. Big broth. Big warm. A new soup on tap every day.
People and cultures across the world have all embraced the fortifying potential of broth. They bow their faces over steaming bowls; or wrap their fingers around warming mugs. Slow-cooked concoctions that can be rich, cleansing, aromatic or fiery.
Stock Exchange is RISING’s street-side soup stall where guest chefs and food identities offer up their takes on the world’s iconic soups and broths.
On the line-up is cook and author Julia Busuttil Nishimura (Ostro, A Year of Simple Food), who has carved out a reputation for contemporary comfort food; beloved chef, journalist and writer Tony Tan; social enterprise Free to Feed, who harness the shared ritual of food to support and employ asylum seeker and refugee people; and artistic food practice Long Prawn, which will continue its ongoing research into the heartfelt nature of broths, by unearthing family recipes from across Melbourne. Fill your vessel.